30 Jun 2013
The Link organises regular cultural, music and arts programmes for customers in order to promote cultural and art exchange to the public. Today (30 June), as the finale of the Sunday Summer Jam, the Link organised the Stanley Plaza Show-up, by opening the stage of Stanley Plaza to the public and talented local performers who put on a sensational show, attracting a large crowd of spectators.
Varies performance groups inspired the public
A total of 20 performing groups and individuals, who have been selected from a large pool of applicants through online recruitment conducted in previous month, participated in the Stanley Plaza Show-up. They included a cappella group Just for Fun, renowned street performing group The Flame, classical singer Alice Ming, singer-songwriter Don, Tiffany Chan, Hey Rachel and Kevin Tsui, as well as different music groups such as Plug In and Fungi Project. Regeneration Warrior Kelvin Kwong, who suffers from cerebellar atrophy, shared his personal experience and gifted voice with the public, in hopes of inspiring more people to realise their own dreams.
Hilda Wong, Head of Marketing of The Link, said, “The Link is keen on promoting music creation as well as cultural and art exchange programmes, bringing free international music and art performances to our customers. On this occasion, a talent show was staged at Stanley Plaza to provide an outdoor waterfront music and art exchange platform for music lovers, enabling them to perform and unleash their potential. The Link will continue to organise more innovative programs, inviting more local performers to participate.”