Art Exhibition
“Poems: Silence Speaks” and
Feng Zikai International
Cultural Association

Jan 8 2020
Collaboration Commencement Ceremony

Dalton School Hong Kong was honored to collaborate with Feng Zikai International Cultural Association and held an exhibition, “Poems: Silence Speaks” of Master Feng Zikai’s beautiful artwork on campus. Following by a cocktail reception, Guest of honor Mr. Ambrose King Yeo-Chi (Former Chancellor of Chinese University) and Feng Zikai’s grandson Dr. Ray Feng gave a wonderful speech about the essence, artistic beauty and education of Feng’s lifelong work.

The evening was highlighted by the signing of the establishment of partnership between DSHK and FZKICA and the unveiling ceremony of HK Feng Zikai Children’s Art Education Center.

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