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How Hong Kong’s coronavirus pandemic recovery can draw on the arts

This is the second year that the coronavirus has hit Hong Kong Arts Month, which is normally held in March and features a sumptuous feast of events in the visual and performing arts. While there is no question that the overall cultural sector has suffered because of the pandemic, individual segments of the commercial art market have been remarkably resilient. True to its DNA as a financial capital, record-breaking sales helped Hong Kong become the second-largest contemporary art auction market…

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