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Goethe-Institut Hongkong has resumed its normal opening hours. The library of the Goethe-Institut Hongkong will resume its normal services starting 01.03.2021.

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Survival-Kit Vocational Training
"With respect, I could not do that!"

Marcel, 28, is training to be a geriatric nurse in Mönchengladbach. In the Survival-Kit, he tells us that his job is much more than taking on and taking off incontinental pads, and why him starting work at 5:45 am isn’t that bad.

Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2021 ©Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize

Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize 2021

The Goethe-Institut Hongkong collaborates again with the Justice Centre Hong Kong to host the 2021 Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize. This year we are happy to announce the first-ever InkluVision Award for an artwork that advocates an inclusive society without limitations and defines inspiring visions.

„Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn“ by Radu Jude, Berlinale 2021, Competition Photo (detail): © Silviu Ghetie / microFilm

Berlinale Bloggers

A digital industry event in March, an audience event in June – this year's Berlinale has to tread unconventional paths due to the pandemic. It is all the more important that it is being held nonetheless.