Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong
22-24 May
Following the success of the fair over the past two years Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong looks forward to welcoming over 130 galleries and 30,000 visitors to their third edition in May 2015.

Art Revolution Taipei
8-11 May
Art Revolution Taipei (A.R.T.) is the first international art fair in Asia that curates with the vision of “placing artists front and center.” Since its debut in 2011, it has attracted more than 278 artists from over 62countries to participate every year.

Asia Fashion Exchange, Singapore
The annual Asia Fashion Exchange is one-week extravaganza that puts Singapore on the map as Asia’s fashion capital

Singapore International Festival of Arts
26 June to 21 Sept
Open, Participate, Engage, Negotiate. A pre-festival of ideas, The O.P.E.N. is a public engagement initiative from the Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) that offers 18 days of exploration. It raises fascinating questions and offers eye-opening insights about our world and 



Southeast Asian Games, Singapore
5-16 June
The Southeast Asian Games will once again return to Singapore in 2015, after a 22-year long hiatus. 36 sports and 402 events will feature in the 28th SEA Games Singapore 2015.

Le French May 2015, Hong Kong
1 May to 30 June
Le French May has matured into one of the largest French arts festivals in Asia, staging more than 120 events in just two months, from exhibitions to performances, from film screenings to food festival. This year, under the theme ‘Essentially French’, the Festival will explore the specificity of French culture and creation from the 16th century to contemporary times.

Victoria Bach Festival, Texas
6 June to 13 June
The Victoria Bach Festival, led by Grammy-winning conductor Craig Hella Johnson and Creative Team members Michelle Schumann and Faith DeBow, celebrates the work of composers spanning the ages. Orchestral, choral, and chamber works are performed by local and nationally acclaimed artists in various venues in Victoria and South Texas.

Paguita, Bolero, Carnival + by The Hong Kong Ballet
29 May to 31 May
This mixed bill includes a fun one-act ballet, Le Carnaval des Animaux by one of the most popular choreographers of our time, Alexei Ratmansky; a ballet choreographed by The Hong Kong Ballet’s Yuh Egami and Ricky Hu, based upon Ravel’s Bolero; and the Grand Pas Classique, an excerpt from Pepita’s classic, Paquita.

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