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Canadian Architect To Design Hong Kong's New $350 Million Opera House

December 12, 2012

Bing Thom's design, which uses the traditional Chinese moongate/lantern motif for the main entrance on an undulating exterior, will result in two auditoriums of 1,100 and 400 seats, an education and training centre, a 300-seat tea house plus "a generous amount of public leisure space." The Globe & Mail (Canada) 12/12/12

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