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Goethe-Institut Hongkong has resumed its normal opening hours.

All German courses take place in face-to-face classroom format in compliance with our preventive hygiene and health measures.

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Goethe-Institut Hongkong x Kristen Wong – Berlin, Here We Go! © Goethe-Institut Hongkong

Goethe-Institut Hongkong x Kristen Wong
Berlin, Here We Go!

Travel seems like a remote dream for all of us now. Which city do you miss most? If it happens to be Berlin, then you just can’t miss our new social media series BERLIN, HERE WE GO! Kristen Wong, a former Goethe-Institut Hongkong's student who now bases in Europe, shares with us a Berlin that we probably never know!
 

Ocean Adventure Content 1 ©United Letters

Children Book
THE OCEAN ADVENTURE

OCEAN ADVENTURE is a personalised children book published by the author Johanna Lehmann and the illustrator Christina Snuggs. The book takes children onto an adventure in the deep ocean. Through this journey children will not only learn about the creatures living under the ocean, but also learn about the harm that plastic waste would bring to the ocean.

UPCYCLING IN HONG KONG ART AND JEWELLERY 360 © Goethe-Institut Hongkong

VR Tour
VR Tour - REPLACE/ REPLAY: UPCYCLING IN HONG KONG ART AND JEWELLERY

For those who have missed the exhibition earlier, please take the chance to see the beautiful works in this Dynamic VR Tour produced by “Free Walk In” of the  “Arts Go Digital Platform Scheme” supported by Hong Kong Arts Development Council: