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Welcome to Opfocus’s podcast RevOps Rockstars. Join hosts David Carnes and Jarin Chu as they interview RevOps professionals and explore the challenges they face today. Throughout the show, we dive into how guests got started with their careers, their best tips and tricks, and what excites them about the future of the industry.
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RTHK' s The Works focuses on Hong Kong's arts and cultural scene. The Works features news and reviews of visual and performing arts, design, literary and other “ works ” . Added illumination comes from interviews with leading performers and producers, interspersed with updates on events affecting the development of the territory 's artistic and cultural life. There's also in – most weeks – a live studio performance. The Works is aired on RTHK 32 every Wednesday at 21:30 & RTHK 31 every Satur ...
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Since 1984, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts has taken a leading role across Asia in educating and nurturing new generations of talent in music, theatre, dance, stage production, film and TV, and more. In music, the academy organises a cello f...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Indie folk singer-songwriter Gwenji’s experience of studying music at school is likely to be all too familiar to many Hong Kong schoolchildren. She’ll be with us later to tell us about how she grew up playing the violin before going on to find her own ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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For regular viewers, guitarist and composer Teriver Cheung won’t need much introduction. He’s known for his jazz performances and for his original compositions with his chamber group, Ensemble Transience. He’s joining us later to introduce his August c...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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For dedicated hikers, the Chuen Lung Family Walk is a nice warm-up exercise. For families out for a casual stroll, it’s a nice easy trail with a nearby tea house that serves dim sum. Tsuen Wan’s nearby Chuen Lung Tsuen, that’s “dragon stream village” ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Pianist KaJeng Wong came to our show a few weeks ago to give us a preview of this year’s Music Lab Festival. The festival’s still under way, but one of the highlights so far was the recent concert by pianist Jerold Chu. Jerold and his band will be with...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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This week’s show is very much a French affair. In the second part of the programme, members of Hong Kong’s Concerto da Camera Baroque Ensemble will be here to tell us about their upcoming concert of French Baroque music and dance. Also on the subject o...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Sharks were swimming in our seas more than 430 million years before the first humans appeared. It’s fair to say that as a species we pretty quickly developed a wary attitude towards them. The fact is though that we’re a far bigger threat to them than t...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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You may remember that a couple of months ago, The Works featured “Fountain de Chopin” a platform to promote, and increase interest in, jazz music. One of its founders, saxophonist Timothy Wan will be with us later to introduce some original music he’s ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. To mark the occasion, it’s presenting the exhibition “One to Ten”, featuring ten former students, to highlight the achievements of its alumni in the de...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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On the show later, composer and vocalist Keith Wong will be here to tell us about his debut album, “Intertwined” and why he likes to intertwine choral music, theatre and the jazz tradition in his music. Turning to music with a perhaps more local emphas...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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The relationship between painting and photography hasn’t always been cordial. Some painters did use precursors of the modern camera such as the camera obscura to compose their works, but many people felt that the invention of the photograph itself in t...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Currently based in Helsinki, Hong Kong-born artist Sheung Yiu is interested in algorithmic image systems such as computer vision, computer graphics and remote sensing. It might all sound very technical, but for his latest project he’s using this comput...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Traditional Chinese bird cages range from the basic to the sophisticated and often feature fine craftsmanship and materials. Their shape and design can vary from region to region and according to the bird species for which they are made. Keeping caged ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Kung Hei Fat Choy! Welcome to The Works. I’m Ben Tse, and of course joining me and Ben Pelletier this week to wish you a Happy Year of the Dragon is Billy Lee, the host of The Works Chinese language version 藝坊星期天. As you can see, we’re introducing a...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Joining us later on the show to welcome the Lunar New Year are two acclaimed South Korean musicians, violinist Yoon Soyoung, and cellist Woo Jiyeon. They’ll be here with local pianist Alex Wun to introduce us to their upcoming concert to celebrate the ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Swiss singer-songwriter Andy Schaub says he’s been fascinated by Asian culture since he was a child and interested in Chinese pop music for at least a decade. That passion led him to travel thousands of miles from his village home near Basel in Switzer...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Audiences in Hong Kong and around the world are increasingly familiar with, and appreciative of, the works of South Korean film director, Park Chan-wook. He’s not only a director but also a screenwriter, producer, and former film critic. Last November,...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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The annual Ear Up Music Festival returns this week with a line-up that features 12 groups of young music talents. They are the finalists chosen from a one-year mentorship programme to showcase their music in the two-day festival. But before our chat wi...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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We’re beginning with an imagined world in which the legendary Chinese poet Qu Yuan, the man whose demise we commemorate every year during the Dragon Boat Festival, lives again 2,000 years after his death. How would a poet from the Kingdom of Chu in the...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Hi there, and welcome to the first edition of The Works in 2024. With the beginning of the new year, we’re featuring a couple of art organisations that have anniversaries to celebrate. One of them is the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild. On January 12th, the...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Last week we featured an ongoing community busking programme that the Hong Kong Philharmonic is organising to mark its Golden Jubilee in 2024. Later on today’s show, I’ll be talking to their Chief Executive to find out more about the orchestra’s 50th ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Christmas is in the air. And that means, as usual, that it’s time for The Works Christmas Special and we have a few goodies in our Christmas stocking this year. First of, we'll bring you a busking performance, presented by no ordinary buskers but an ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Thailand’s culture, history, land, and climate have all contributed to the development of the nation’s textile art and crafts. This legacy is not only the foundation, but also a point of departure, for Jakkai Siributr’s art, which examines the often co...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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If you’re a regular viewer of the show you may remember that over the years, we’ve sometimes invited marimba and vibraphone players to introduce us to the repertoire of these percussive instruments. This week we’re featuring a marimba player who adds a...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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"The Collectible Art Fair”, which ended on 16th November, took place for the first time at the Hong Kong Arts Centre. It was organised by the arts centre’s education division, the Hong Kong Art School, and its alumni network. The exhibition features mo...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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In November 2019, shortly before the Hong Kong Museum of Art re-opened after its four-year renovation, it signed a memorandum with Italy’s Uffizi Gallery that under a five-year plan both establishments would co-operate on exhibitions and other cultural...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Extemporisation or improvisation has long been part of classical music. Composers such as Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, and Liszt were all known for their improvisational skills. Apart from improvisation, many contemporary musicians also win...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Living in a metropolis like Hong Kong we sometimes resent and sometimes enjoy the unrelenting pace and energy of people and events around us. The buzz, the noise, the speed, are integral parts of our daily lives. We tend to see stillness and intensity ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Joining us for our season finale is a GTM genius who helped grow some of the biggest SaaS companies on the planet. With experience at Box, Salesforce, and Google, he has developed a well rounded expertise in all things RevOps. This week’s RevOps Rockstar is Growth Partner at Emergence Capital, Doug Landis! Doug sits down with David and Jarin for a …
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When you operate a small ops team, you need to have your processes down. Joining the show this week is a professional who excels at all aspects of operations. Please welcome to the show, Director of Revenue Operations at Otter.ai, Chris Hudson! Chris sits down with David Carnes and Jarin Chu for a thoughtful discussion on the role of RevOps. Chris …
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As co-host Ben Pelletier is away this week on his travels, we will be welcoming a new member of the team, Katy Chow. She’s going to be introducing ongoing art events in Hong Kong in our regular “What’s On” segment. And another exciting thing we have in...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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When it comes to growing a young company, a RevOps team has their work cut out for them. With a background in VC, this week’s guest is here to help. She’s a visionary, results-driven GTM exec who excels at building multichannel teams. Please welcome to the show, Partner at Stage 2 Capital, Mandy Cole! Mandy joins David and Jarin to share her tips f…
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Taking its name from the words “magazine” and “fanzine”, the “zine” owes its origins to the fanzines put together in the 1930s by lovers of science fiction. The self-publishing nature of zine-making ,where one person or a small group of people produce ...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Joining the show this week is an ops leader with experience leading global teams at scale. She’s a multi faceted ops pro, with experience in sales strategy, monetization, marketing, and business ops. Please welcome to the show, Head of Revenue Strategy and Operations at Notion, Namrata Ram! Nam sits down with David and Jarin to share how she leads …
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For Pang Jiun, art ran in the family. Both his parents were painters. His father Pang Xunqin had studied oil painting in France, while his mother Qiu Ti studied in Japan. Upon returning to China, in 1932, Pang’s father and his fellow artist Ni Yide for...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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This week’s RevOps Rockstar is a high caliber leader at a high growth company. From his many years of experience, he understands the power of a centralized ops team. Our guest this week is none other than SVP of Revenue Operations and Partnerships at Apollo.io, Henry Mizel! Henry sits down with David and Jarin to share his expertise as an Ops leade…
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According to the United Nations, the fashion industry is responsible for eight to ten percent of global emissions, more than the international aviation and shipping industries combined. If current growth continues, fast fashion emissions alone will inc...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Illustrator Pat Wong, also known as Flyingpig, may be best known for her paintings of traditional Hong Kong shops and the everyday lives of local people and communities. In recent years, she’s been developing new ways of presenting these community sto...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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Our eyes contain two kinds of photoreceptors: rods, which detect dim light and are used for night vision, and cones, which detect colour. If it's bright enough, the three types of cones enable us to perceive blue, green, and red, which - combined - mak...By Radio Television Hong Kong
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