Summer Lights: Beautiful Free Art Trail Returns To East London

Laura Reynolds Summer Lights: Beautiful Free Art Trail Returns To East London An installation by Liz West at Summer Lights 2021. New artworks will be unveiled this year. Photo: Tabish Khan (@londonartcritic) Love a light festival but hate the cold winter weather that goes with them? Solution = Summer Lights. The free festival launches on … Read more

28 Chimpanzee Sculptures Unveiled In New Central London Art Trail

Chimp Fanta demonstrating tool use. Image: Chris Dalton Photography 28 bronze chimpanzees have appeared by the River Thames, in a free public art trail to support conservation projects. Chimps Are Family is located between London Bridge and Tower Bridge on the south side of the river. The sculptures demonstrate 18 different behaviors and emotions shown … Read more

The 14 Biggest Exhibitions To See In London And Beyond

Our pick of the best exhibitions to see right now in London’s galleries and museums. We’ve split the list into geographical areas to make it easier to navigate. Exhibitions in central London Photo: Jeff Moore IN THE CLOUDS: A bed appears to float in the clouds, as do a flock of sheep that double as … Read more

Ubisoft + Classics Will Be Free With PlayStation Plus

Ubisoft + will be coming to PlayStation, with their stripped-down “Classics” joining PlayStation Plus. Ubisoft + is joining PlayStation. | © Ubisoft Ubisoft has announced that its games-on-demand service Ubisoft + will be coming to PlayStation. The service will come in two distinctions, Ubisoft + and Ubisoft + Classics, the latter of which will come … Read more

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum to Reopen For Free May 21st

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum has announced that they will remain free for all visitors for the 2022 season. The museum will be open from May 21st through October 16th with outside and indoor exhibits, summer camps and expeditions, historic replica boats, new public programs, and more. In 2022, museum visitors, local adults, and youth can … Read more

Hong Kong more unequal, less free as Carrie Lam leaves office

By Holmes Chan Hong Kong has emerged a more unequal city, its freedoms curtailed and international shine dulled after five years with Carrie Lam at the helm, analysts say, as her turbulent leadership draws to an end. Chief Executive Carrie Lam addresses the media on May 3, 2022. Photo: Lea Mok / HKFP. Lam, Hong … Read more

Things To Do In London In Half Term: May 2022

The Gruffalo comes to ArtsDepot May half term 2022 runs Saturday 28 May-Sunday 5 June for most London schools, and because of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, two bank holidays fall within the half term break too. We’ve selected some family-friendly events and things to do in London, however old your kids are and whatever your … Read more

Updates from Hong Kong Free Press

On World Press Freedom Day, HKFP shares updates as we expand our newsroom, and make new investments in video and data journalism. The 2022 HKFP team – Back row: Reporters Peter Lee and Kelly Ho, Editor-in-chief Tom Grundy, Associate Editor Mercedes Hutton. Middle row: Reporters Almond Li, Lea Mok and Candice Chau. Center bottom: Hillary … Read more

Covid-19: Health experts urge Hong Kong gov’t to provide free test kits to students ahead of in-person class resumption

Most Hong Kong families will be expected to cover the cost of daily rapid Covid-19 tests required from students when in-person classes resume out of their own pockets, an education official said on Tuesday. However, health experts have urged the government to provide free test kits. Speaking on an RTHK program on Tuesday morning, the … Read more