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This is an important Visual Art Exhibition for anyone who is interested in making connections. Visual arts can be a major component of initiatives, actions and movements.

FREE Admissions


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  • Come and feel the mentality and mindsets change among many Hongkongers over the last few years, resulted from the social events and political environment changes in the city.

  • What happened to Hong Kong provides a blueprint on the tactics totalitarians can apply to the Westernized world. In fact, it is already happening to some countries in Africa, and also in Australia. The threats that communism is applying to Canada cannot be ignored.

  • We hope to raise Canadians’ concern on human rights abuse that is happening in Hong Kong, Xiajiang and Tibet.


Please RSVP for the sake of crowd control during COVID and to avoid line ups.


Everyone RSVP will receive a limited edition designer desktop calendar


SILK Gallery (2nd Floor)

1190 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J9


We are sorry to note that the venue is NOT wheelchair accessible

Visual Art Exhibition Time Table

July 3, 2022

18:00 Opening Event

Guest speaker

July 3, 2022     18:00 - 22:00  Exhibition

July 4, 2022     10:00 - 22:00  Exhibition and Forums

July 5, 2022     10:00 - 22:00  Exhibition

July 6, 2022     10:00 - 22:00  Exhibition and Forum

July 7, 2022     10:00 - 22:00  Exhibition

July 8, 2022     10:00 - 22:00  Exhibition

July 9, 2022     10:00 - 22:00  Exhibition and Forum

July 10, 2022    10:00 - 14:00   Exhibition

July 10, 2022

14:00 Closing Event

Guest speakers


Artists and Artworks

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Christie is an aspiring illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. She is an enthusiast of artistic anatomy and children's books. She studied animation at Sheridan College and then illustration at OCAD University.

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Visionary Producer Franklin spent 25 years at the top of the commercial media industry in Hong Kong. Now located in Toronto, Canada Franklin has brought his skills and expertise to the Canadian market.


Sam & Boie

Sam is currently a full-time lecturer at the University of the Arts London. He has provided numerous lectures, tutorials and general art tutoring at a number of UK universities.


RSVP form

This Visual Arts Exhibition is FREE of charge. However, due to COVID and the purpose of crowd control, we strongly recommend RSVP to avoid line-ups.


Everyone RSVP will receive a limited edition designer desktop calendar.

Art Gallery

The Fade of Human Rights:
From Hong Kong to The World
Visual Art Exhibition

Please note that July 3, 2022 is after 18:00 only.


Do you want to attend any of the forums, too?

You can attend more than one session

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