While some practitioners argued that a separate museum for ink painting is not necessary, Mrs Alice King and other practitioners stood firmly against it. The article states the opinions of different members of the cultural sector and the value of recording the modern ink art movement in Hong Kong.
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Translated

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Onsite

Location code CLP.06.12.24
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Chinese - Traditional

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24 Dec 2006

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Apple Daily, 24 Dec 2006, p. A16

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1

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Alice King and Her Persistence of Promoting Ink Painting, 董建平對水墨的一點堅持

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