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Ng also believes Hong Kong's art is as diverse as the city itself. "There are a lot of international art fairs in Hong Kong. Many art galleries and exhibition venues will be completed soon. These institutions are all poised to become world-class art and cultural platforms." One of them is the West Kowloon Cultural District, which includes venues like M+, Xiqu Centre, Art Park and Freespace, allowing everyone to participate in different arts events and activities.
In addition to visiting art museums, Ng thinks art can also be found in everyday life — especially amongst our surroundings. "You can discover beauty in markets, textile stalls, or places that sell tools and mundane supplies, such as Tai Nan Street or Reclamation Street," he says. "Every shop arranges their things differently. They all pursue different aesthetics."
Therefore, he encourages everyone to explore Hong Kong’s art for themselves, and experience it all from multiple perspectives. "I hope all tourists can discover art that touches them profoundly when they’re in Hong Kong."