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Hair monger

Maybe it’s yin and yang. Louis Kahn, having been the subject of an acclaimed documentary, My Architect, written by his son Nathan, now has a far more questionable piece of work dedicated to him. Anybody planning to visit Hong Kong may wish to take a look at ‘The Life and Times of Louis I Kahn’, running from 27-29 April at the Kwai Tsing Theatre. This multi-media experience will include music by Jason Choi of People Mountain People Sea – described as ...

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