To commemorate the historic exhibition ‘Passion For Porcelain: Masterpieces of Ceramics’ in Beijing, the KT Wong Foundation commissioned world-renowned Ceramic Designer, Peter Ting, to create a remarkable series of Chargers. Inspired by early 19th century Cantonese botanical drawings from the Natural History Museum’s Reeves Collection,Ting created Chrysanthemum and Peony Chargers that offer a symbolic gesture to match the historical grandeur [...]Read more
The KT Wong Foundation is proud to announce In Conversation, a new and dynamic platform initiating critical, cross-cultural dialogue with leading figures from the international arts and cultural industries. The Foundation will host In Conversation exclusively, here at ktwong.org. You can view exclusive interviews with Martin Roth, Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum and Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum, [...]Read more
Following the success of the KT Wong Foundation’s 2008 summit at Ditchley Park, in 2010 the Foundation co-chaired its second international summit with Phoenix Television and the China Arts Foundation. This coincided with the 13th Beijing Music Festival. While in 2008 the debate centred on the need for increased mutual understanding between China and the [...]Read more
In November 2008, the KT Wong Foundation participated in the inaugural Sino-European Cultural Summit at Ditchley Park, Oxfordshire. The summit was supported by one of China’s leading broadcasters, Phoenix Television, and was devised as a high-level, confidential forum for leaders of the most prestigious arts and cultural institutions in China, the UK and the EU. [...]Read more
The Red Star Baroque Circle was established in 2009 to give form to the KT Wong Foundation’s vision that the introduction, and flourishing, of baroque music in China will be an experience that the Chinese can call their own. Through the Red Star Baroque Circle, talented and promising music graduates from China are benefiting from interacting with some [...]Read more
Shao Fan’s eloquent transformation of the space at Chelsea resonates with the core aims of the KT Wong Foundation: projecting China’s rich, historically informed culture through the lens of modernity. The garden offers a platform for Western audiences to engage with Chinese culture. In I Dream, I Seek My Garden, the resurgence of Chinese culture is [...]Read more
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