Alice King confirms that the proposal for the Ink Museum is in fact derived from three years of study on cultural policies and not because she has connections with the Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa.
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13 Nov 2004

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South China Morning Post, 13 Nov 2004, p. A12

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Letters: Ink museum plan came from study of culture policies

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