Generations of succession and development have contributed to the changing faces of Cantonese opera, which was officially inscribed on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2009, making this traditional art form Hong Kong's first recognised contribution to the world's living heritage.
Tracing the origins and history of Cantonese opera, "The Development of Cantonese Opera" exhibition sheds light on the troupe system, the structure of role types and the development of stage art in Hong Kong through dazzling illustrations of stage costumes and artefacts.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to immerse ourselves in the world of Cantonese opera by visiting "The Development of Cantonese Opera" exhibition at the Civic Education Resource Centre.
Exhibition Date: 8 February 2019 to 31 March 2019
The 5th Civic Ambassador Training Programme is now open for applications! If you are interested in promoting civic education or want to know more about civic education, take this opportunity and become one of our Civic Ambassadors!
Deadline for applications is on 16th November 2018. Please visit the following webpage for more details of the Training Programme: https://www.cpce.gov.hk/resource_centre/en/resources.htm
"Respect and Inclusiveness" Videos
The Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education has specially produced 4 videos in a vivid style depicting different scenarios of our daily life to encourage youngsters to accept different opinions and understand others’needs. The videos were already shown in the Gallery of the Civic Education Resource Centre. You may also watch the videos on-line : http://www.metroradio.com.hk/Campaign/997/CPCE/flashvideo.html
Guided Tour Service of The Gallery is now open for application from schools and organizations