Aeroflot opens ticket sales for flights from Vladivostok to Harbin


Aeroflot opens ticket sales for regular flights from Vladivostok to Harbin (PRC). From December 24 services to the new direction will be operated by Rossiya airline on Superjet 100. Twice weekly flights on the Vladivostok Harbin Vladivostok rout are scheduled on Wednesdays and Sundays.

Earlier Aeroflot has announced direct flights to Harbin from Krasnoyarsk. Thus, residents of Primorye and Krasnoyarsk Krai will have the opportunity to travel to the largest city in the northeast of China without transfers, which will save travel time and money.

The up-to-date schedule is available on Aeroflotswebsite.

To book tickets, please, go to Aeroflotswebsite, mobile application, contact the airlines 24-hour call center:+7 495 223 5555,8-800-444-5555(free call in Russia),*555(for mobile phones), or visit one oftheairlines sales offices, or ticket sales agents.

Aeroflotis Russias largest airline. Aeroflot Group also includes Rossiya Airlines and Pobeda Airlines. Aeroflot Group is the leader in the Russian commercial aviation. In 2022, Aeroflot carried 20.5 million passengers (40.7 million passengers as Aeroflot Group including subsidiaries).

Aeroflotis one of the worlds oldest airlines. Established 100 years ago it is one of the most recognizable Russian brands.

Aeroflotextensively contributes to supporting Russian aircraft manufacturing as the launch customer and biggest purchaser of domestically-produced mainline passenger aircraft. By 2030, Aeroflot Group is set to acquire 339 locally-made airliners.

Aeroflotand the Groups airlines are committed to sustainable development principles addressing key social and economic goals: providing air connectivity to Russian cities and regions, providing employment to citizens, and professional development of employees.

Aeroflotis constantly expanding the Russian domestic route network, and operates flights between Russian regions bypassing Moscow. It develops socially important air transportation projects, implements its own flat fare programme on flights to the cities of Russian Far East, and Kaliningrad.

Hong Kong – Hong Kong Week 2023@Bangkok opens in Thailand today (with photos)

Hong Kong Week 2023@Bangkok opens in Thailand today (with photos)


     The opening ceremony for Hong Kong Week 2023@Bangkok was held today (October 21, Bangkok time) at the Prince Mahidol Hall in Thailand. The opening concert, “Shostakovich Piano Concerto” performed by Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) under the baton of resident conductor Lio Kuokman, brought enchanting melodies to the local audience. The concert also included joint performance featuring renowned Thai pianist Poom Prommachart and the HK Phil’s principal trumpet Nitiphum Bamrungbanthum who is also from Thailand. The performance, which marked the grand opening of Hong Kong Week, was well received by the local audience.
     The Chief Executive, Mr John Lee, addressed the opening ceremony in a video message, saying that as a metropolis blending Chinese and Western cultures, Hong Kong believes that people-to-people bond could be fostered by cultural exchange. He said that Hong Kong is eager to share its artistic achievements with the world and endeavours to capitalise on its unique strengths as a conduit between the Mainland and the rest of the world, bringing quality artworks encompassing rich Chinese culture to more overseas cities.
     Addressing the opening ceremony, the Secretary for Culture, Sports and Tourism, Mr Kevin Yeung, said that Hong Kong Week 2023@Bangkok offers a wide variety of programmes covering music, dance, intangible cultural heritage, film and fashion to showcase the essence of Hong Kong’s East-meets-West cultural DNA, and its Chinese and Hong Kong stories and aesthetics.
     Hong Kong Week 2023@Bangkok is the first overseas cultural exchange extravaganza organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). It is supported by the Ministry of Culture, Kingdom of Thailand. Other officiating guests attending the opening ceremony included the Minister of Culture, Kingdom of Thailand, Mr Sermsak Pongpanit; the Director of Leisure and Cultural Services, Mr Vincent Liu; the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra, Khunying Patama Leeswadtrakul; the Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Bangkok, Mr Parson Lam; the Dean of the College of Music of the Mahidol University, Dr Narong Prangcharoen; and the Chief Executive of the HK Phil, Mr Benedikt Fohr.
     Apart from the opening concert, Hong Kong Week will bring a diverse array of programmes for audiences in Thailand from today to November 12. They include a chamber concert “Brass and Percussion” by the brass and percussion sections of the HK Phil and the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra; a dance performance “Convergence” by the Hong Kong Dance Company; two chamber music concerts by the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, including one with students from the Mahidol University; pop music performances “Pop Beat by SENZA A Cappella” and “Pop Beat by Respire and Friends”; “Hong Kong Intangible Cultural Heritage Carnival” exhibition; film programme “Movies to GO – Border Crossings in Hong Kong Cinema – Thailand”; “Next Generation: Emerging Directors Exhibition & Hong Kong Film Gala Presentation” and “JUXTAPOSED 2023 Hong Kong Fashion in Bangkok” fashion exhibition and fashion show.
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     In addition to Hong Kong Week 2023@Bangkok, the LCSD is also organising various cultural exchange activities. They include the Asia+ Festival, the New Vision Arts Festival and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Culture and Arts Festival and more, promoting the cultural exchanges and co-operation of different places.

Spincast TV Opens Casting Call for Broadcast-Quality Content in Outdoor, Sports, and Lifestyle Categories

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Hong Kong – Park located east of Fan Kam Road opens on September 4

Park located east of Fan Kam Road opens on September 4


     The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced today (September 3) that the park located east of Fan Kam Road (i.e. part of the Old Course of the Fanling Golf Course), will open for public use from 11am tomorrow (September 4) after clean-up works to remove fallen trees caused by the typhoon is completed.

     The facilities opening tomorrow include an Inclusive Park for Pets at the northern end of the park, a walking trail and a fee-charging public carpark that operates 24 hours a day. After the opening, the Inclusive Park for Pets will be open from 7am to 6pm, while the walking trail will be open from 7am to 9pm. 

     Members of the public who plan to visit the park can walk from Exit B1 of the Sheung Shui MTR Station in about 20 minutes, or take various bus and minibus routes to get there. A fee-charging public carpark is also available.

Hong Kong – HAD opens temporary heat shelters

HAD opens temporary heat shelters


     ​The Home Affairs Department is opening 19 community halls/community centres as temporary heat shelters today (August 2).
     The temporary heat shelters will remain open for people to take refuge from the heat when the Very Hot Weather Warning is in force. From 10.30pm to 8am the next day, the temporary heat shelters will also provide bedding and a sleeping place for people in need. The shelters are manned by duty attendants.
     For further information, please call the department’s hotline before midnight on 2572 8427.
     The heat shelters are located at:
Hong Kong Island:
Central and Western –
Sai Ying Pun Community Complex Community Hall
3/F, Sai Ying Pun Community Complex
2 High Street, Sai Ying Pun
Eastern –
Causeway Bay Community Centre
3/F, 7 Fook Yum Road, Causeway Bay
Southern –
Wah Kwai Community Centre
Wah Kwai Estate, Kellett Bay
Wan Chai –
Wan Chai Activities Centre
LG/F, Wan Chai Market, 258 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai
Kowloon Districts:
Kowloon City –
Hung Hom Community Hall
1/F, Kowloon City Government Offices
42 Bailey Street, Hung Hom
Kwun Tong –
Lam Tin (West) Estate Community Centre
71 Kai Tin Road, Lam Tin
Sham Shui Po –
Lai Kok Community Hall
Lai Kok Estate, Cheung Sha Wan

Wong Tai Sin –
Tsz Wan Shan (South) Estate Community Centre
45 Wan Wah Street, Tsz Wan Shan
Yau Tsim Mong –
Henry G Leong Yaumatei Community Centre
60 Public Square Street, Yau Ma Tei
New Territories Districts:
Islands –
Tung Chung Community Hall
G/F, Tung Chung Municipal Services Building, 39 Man Tung Road, Tung Chung
Kwai Tsing –
Kwai Shing Community Hall
Podium, Block 6, Kwai Shing West Estate, Kwai Chung
North –
Cheung Wah Community Hall
Cheung Wah Estate, Fanling
Sai Kung –
Hang Hau Community Hall
G/F, Sai Kung Tseung Kwan O Government Complex, 38 Pui Shing Road, Hang Hau, Tseung Kwan O
Sha Tin –
Lung Hang Estate Community Centre
Lung Hang Estate, Sha Tin
Tai Po –
Tai Po Community Centre
2 Heung Sze Wui Street, Tai Po
Tsuen Wan –
Lei Muk Shue Community Hall
G/F, Hong Shue House, Lei Muk Shue Estate, Tsuen Wan
Tuen Mun –
Butterfly Bay Community Centre
Butterfly Estate (near Tip Sum House), Tuen Mun 

Yuen Long –
Long Ping Community Hall
Long Ping Estate, Yuen Long

Yuen Long –
Tin Yiu Community Centre
Tin Yiu Estate, Tin Shui Wai
    In addition to the above heat shelters, a number of community halls/community centres can also be used for taking refuge from the heat during their operating hours. For their address details, please browse the following document: