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Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra put on Genghis Khan at Taipei (3 April 2015)

The Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, the Chinese Orchestra of Taiwan and the Taipei Philharmonic Chorus performed a symphonic portrayal, Genghis Khan, in Taipei on 3 April. The Hong Kong Economic, Trade and Cultural Office (HKETCO) was the major sponsor of the performance of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra. Under the baton of Yan Hui-chang, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, a cast of 200 people from the three groups put on an impressive performance.

John Leung congratulates the groups on the success of Genghis Khan in Taipei.

John Leung congratulates the groups on the success of Genghis Khan in Taipei.

John Leung (second right) and guests in a group photo.

(From left) Yan Hui-chang, Hung Meng-chi, “Minister of Culture” in Taiwan, John Leung, and Celina Chin, Executive Director of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, in a group photo.

HKCO participates in the performance of Genghis Khan.

HKCO participates in the performance of Genghis Khan.

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