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July 30th, 2013

Support of climate change forum shows a commitment to future

The first Global Investor Forum on Climate Change in Hong Kong was held in June 2013 with the support of BNP Paribas.
250 international investors discussed emerging trends in low carbon investing and climate risk management.
The event was organised by the Global Investor Coalition on Climate Change, a group with the aim of steering environmentally [...]

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June 27th, 2013

Lifting spirits with care and love at the Dragon Boat Festival

The Dragon Boat Festival is a significant holiday celebrated every year in China. [...]

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May 31st, 2013

Tales of Culture at “Le French May”

BNP Paribas Hong Kong has been a long partner of Le French May, one of the largest French arts festivals in Asia, which celebrates its 21st edition this year. [...]

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April 11th, 2013

A Race for Mental Health Awareness

More than HK $3.7 million (close to € 365,000) was donated to this year’s “Walk Up Jardine House” in Hong Kong in March. [...]

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April 10th, 2013

Hong Kong Students Reflect on their Dance Workshop Experience

As a follow up to our last article about the final shows of this year’s Artists-in-Residence project, in which participating students performed what they had learned from choreographer Rock Fang and French artists Abou and Nawal Lawal of Compagnie La Baraka, here is what the students had to say!

As a reminder, this multi-disciplinary arts education [...]

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March 7th, 2013

Boléro meets hip hop in Hong Kong

Almost 100 students from three secondary schools, located in the northern New Territories, have joined master classes given by famous artists visiting Hong Kong for the festival over the past two years. It represents a valuable opportunity for these youths to learn new ways to express themselves. After three years, we can clearly see the positive impact of the project as it helps students to enhance their creativity and self-confidence. [...]

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December 19th, 2012

Compagnie La Baraka shares its craft with Hong Kong students

Award-winning French-Algerian dance group Compagnie La Baraka will be conducting talks, workshops and public performances at three secondary schools in Hong Kong’s rural districts. [...]

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December 5th, 2012

A continuing effort in financial education in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, BNP Paribas has once again has provided support to a financial education programme to help low-income and single-parent families better understand saving and credit.
The bank has joined the Hong Kong Association of Banks and Hong Kong Council of Social Service to offer 12 workshops, running until February 2013, to the benefit of [...]

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November 9th, 2012

Compagnie 111 works with 38 students in Hong Kong

Launched in 2011, Artists-in-Residence Project is a multi-disciplinary arts education programme, aimed at enhancing the appreciation of performing arts among secondary school students in Hong Kong.
Supported by BNP Paribas Hong Kong and the BNP Paribas Foundation, and organised by HK Arts Festival, the Project brings international renowned artists into secondary schools to develop the creativity [...]

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