About Hong Kong Culture Festival  (HKCF)

Hong Kong is a repository of traditional Chinese culture and cultural bridge between East and West. Organised by the Intangible Cultural Heritage Earthpulse Society Limited with the support of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong Culture Festival (HKCF) is a celebration of Hong Kong’s unique cultural heritage. To date the only comprehensive arts and cultural festival dedicated to traditional culture and intangible cultural heritage, its programme encompasses four main areas: “Visual Arts”, “Performing Arts”, “Intangible Cultural Heritage” and “Martial Arts Culture”.

Mission Statement

Hong Kong Culture Festival’s mission is to preserve and revitalise intangible cultural heritage. Through organising a major annual festival we aim to raise public interest and encourage participation in traditional culture, particularly among youths. As an integrated platform for collaboration across different cultural fields, Hong Kong Culture Festival also aims to nurture creative talents and inject innovation into traditional culture.

Board of Directors

(Listed in Alphabetical Order)
Mr. Hing Chao
Ms. Vicentia Cheng
Mr. Kenneth Lai
Ms. Juliana Lam

About ICH Earthpluse Society

Intangible Cultural Heritage Earthpulse Society is dedicated to preserving and revitalising Chinese cultural heritage. The Society, with support from the Leisure and Cultural Services Department – Intangible Cultural Heritage Office, organised the first edition of Hong Kong Culture Festival in Sep and Oct 2015. The festival was the first in its kind for local cultural survival and re-vitalising the traditions in the contemporary Hong Kong society.  The name of the society changed to Intangible Cultural Heritage Earthpulse Society in early 2016.

Aims and Objectives

Preserve and Protect ICH and traditional arts in Hong Kong;

Generate greater public awareness of ICH and traditional arts, especially among the younger generations;

Build a platform for exchange on initiatives pertinent to the preservation of ICH, between Hong Kong, China, Korea and the international community;

Engage the community, media and academic institutions in a longer-term strategic plan for safeguarding and revitalizing ICH.