On the occasion of “Primavera”, the Asia Society Hong Kong Center Spring Dinner, six original photo prints with Perini Navi and Picchiotti yachts will be included in the Silent Auction. This is sponsored by Perini Navi Group as well as Cypress Group.
The highest bidders will win original prints of yachts portrayed by famous yachting photographers Carlo Borlenghi, Onne Van der Wal and Giuliano Sargentini. The pictures feature the Perini Navi Sailing Yachts – charter yacht Baracuda, superyacht Salute and the iconic charter yacht The Maltese Falcon along with images of the Picchiotti Motor Yachts, superyacht Exuma, luxury yacht Galileo G and mega yacht Grace E will be auctioned during the dinner which will gather close to 200 guests and supporters of the Asia Society Hong Kong Center.
The “Primavera” Spring Dinner is to salute 500 years of Italian presence in this part of the world over an exquisite menu of Italian culinary delights, and a cultural presentation featuring special appearances by world renowned tenor Warren Mok and soprano Joyce Wah-Sheung Wong. The event takes a contemporary Asian look at the splendors of Italian art. Guests will also have the opportunity to visit the exhibition “Light and Shadows – Caravaggio The Italian Baroque Master” and view one of Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio’s most important works, Supper at Emmaus.
Asia Society Hong Kong Center
As one of the eleven centers of the Asia Society, Asia Society Hong Kong Center (the “Hong Kong Center”) was established in 1990 by a group of Hong Kong community leaders, led by Sir Q.W. Lee, the honorary chairman of Hang Seng Bank. As the leading regional knowledge-based platform for furthering the understanding of the countries and cultures of Asia and global issues that impact the region, Asia Society Hong Kong Center boasts extensive regional and international networks of leaders and scholars, and recognized expertise in business and policy, arts and culture, and educational programming for a wide range of audiences. In February 2012, the Hong Kong Center established its new permanent home in Admiralty, Hong Kong.