Environmental Murals

Riitta Kuisma, an acclaimed Finnish artist whose works often display a strong affinity with nature, has recently completed a mural at Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel. Created with Airlite, an inorganic paint that can turn walls into air purifiers thanks to its ability to eliminate bacteria and prevent formation of mould, the mural features verditer flycatchers, monarch butterflies, frangipani and bougainvillea, species commonly found in the area. It recreates the rejuvenating power of nature to bring healthier environs to our guests.

A graduate of the Moscow State Stroganov Academy of Design and Applied Arts, Riitta has created more than 15 murals in Hong Kong since 2015, bringing a more positive vibe to the city.

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Promoting Heritage, Culture & Community

The Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation (HCF), a not-for-profit organisation set up by the Ng Family, has furthered its efforts to support heritage and culture with the launch of the Hospitality Young Leaders Programme.

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Living Heritage

The opening of The Fullerton Hotel Sydney is a new beginning for a much-loved landmark, and for the cityscape.

— Heritage & Culture

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