This is my last full day in Hong Kong, tomorrow night I’ll go back to Sweden, sadly.
My plans for today looks like this: First I’m going to eat breakfast of course and then I’m going to a museum and this museum is about music, sports and celebrities. I love music and sport so I think this will be very interesting!
I know two celebrities since before, Jackie Chan and Li BingBing. I also know that Hong Kong is very good at skipping, 2014 and 2016 they won the world championship!
Hong Kong’s music I don’t really know anything about it…
I’m back in the hotel now but when I was at the museum there was different posters on celebrities and under Li BingBing it said “This adorable girl is an actress has become an large face, which includes Louis Vuitton sponsor her with clothes and accessories. She debuted with the film Seventeen Years, which she won "Best Actress" for the Singapore Film Festival. Just two years later, she had her breakthrough with the series Young Justice Bao, which made her China's most famous actress.
Today she works a lot with the climate and animal rights issues. She has almost 12 million followers on the Chinese version of Twitter and is more or less a "mega star" in China. She has started to focus her eyes to Hollywood where she made it into the movie Resident Evil; Retribution, and will also be with the Transformers fourth”
And under Jackie Chan it said “He is probably the most famous Chinese and has been the film industry icon the last ten years, if not longer. He has been in movies like Rush Hour, Shanghai Nights, Around the World in 80 Days, and others and is still active.
Even Jackie Chan was born in Hong Kong and was early introduced, by his father, the Kung Fu style of Wing Tsun. Early each morning he went up with his father and with discipline practiced this sport. At age seven, he was written into a Jingju School. There he was for the first time to be on film in several WALK-ON. He had his breakthrough with the film Rumble in the Bronx in the West, which made him world famous.
Today he is popular with the action rolls CZ12 and Chinese Zodiac, which he both wrote and directed. He, along with actress Lin Feng-jiao, he has a son with. He also has a daughter out of wedlock. If you are in China, you can go on one of Jackie Chan's many bio-salons available across China, where he obviously dressed the interior with its well-known name.
While I went around in the museum there was music playing in the speakers and it was over my expectations! When the tour was over, I asked the person in the reception a couple of questions.
- How is the music in Hong Kong?
Answer: In Hong Kong there playing electric mixture of traditional and popular genres.
Cantopop is one of the more prominent genres of music produced in Hong Kong.
So tomorrow I’m going back to Sweden. The last post I will write is a fun fact about Hong Kong yeah!