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HONG KONG | VIDEO: A unique form of dance language is presented by the mesmerizing dance show Scent of Ink  by National Dance Company of Korea (NDCK). Delving into the rich and diverse traditional Korean culture and philosophy the dancers recreate the spirit of the Joseon Kingdom era 1392-1910. The minimalist stage design and the captivating colour palette of the dancers' costumes brings to audiences the tale of the Four Noble Plants (plum blossom, orchid, chrysanthemum and bamboo) through the aesthetics of movement within stillness typical of Korean dance. Scent of Ink premiered in Seoul on 6th December 2013. And it was brought to Hong Kong in late February 2016 as part of the program of the 44th Hong Kong Arts Festival. Creativity is thriving! From Earth to Iris, we want to share with you all the things that inspire us. The Inspiration Collage section complements the original content of our blog. In this ‘Inspiration Collage’ you can keep track of the exhibitions we visited, artists and creative minds we met or any other stuff we found online. Unlike the rest of our sections, some of the posts we feature here may link to external content.

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