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Grace LANG
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Grace LANG joined Hong Kong Arts Festival in 1988 and was appointed Programme Director in 1993. Between 1997 and 2007, 13 international co-productions have flourished, including \"Der Fensterputzer\"(The Window Cleaner) by Pina Bausch Tanztheater Wuppertal, \"Marco Polo\" by Tan Dun, \"Amber\" and “Lost Village” by China National Theatre and Tango Buenos Aries, among others.

She actively networks presenters in promoting performing arts business in China and Asia and has organised Conference on the Business of Performing Arts - \"Marketing the Arts in the Chinese-speaking Territories\" (2004), and co-organised the Annual Meeting of the Doris Duke Foundation, USA(2003) in Hong Kong.

She is often invited as a speaker at professional meetings including the People\'s Republic of China Delegations Meeting at \"Brand Asia-Asia Cultural Co-operation Forum\", Hong Kong Management Association Annual Conference - \" A Strategic Partnership between Hong Kong and Mainland China\", Vancouver Congress of ISPA(International Society for the Performing Arts), UK - \"The Value of Creativity\".

In arts education, she serves on the Advisory Board on Cultural Studies at Lingnan University, and has served on International Advisory Board(Dance) of Hans Christian Andersen 2005, Denmark, and the Trustee Board of \"La Fondation des Artistes\" of the Consulat General de France. She has guest-lectured at Chinese University of Hong Kong, University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

She has held positions at Music Office (Hong Kong Government), Hong Kong Arts Centre, and Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Association. She holds the Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music (Performance), BA (High Honors) degree from Wesleyan University, USA, and Certificate in Arts Administration from University of Hong Kong and City University, London. In 2002, she was awarded the Medal of Honour by HKSAR.