Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco Visual Art Program 舊金山中華文化基金会艺术家項目
In the late 70s, she was finally allowed to leave China for Hong Kong to join our parents and us, brothers and sisters. My father tried to be her promoter and set her stage. Dad's investments included a full set of costumes. She got chances to perform with the "big" stars including 新馬子 and etc., But it soon became clear to my sister that the Hong Kong Opera Industry at the time was full of ugly bussiness. She quit.
Today I am the caretaker and the owner of most of the costumes., total over thirty. I display some at my home. The rest occupies one whole closet. They are in good care which includes a 24 hours dehumidifier. I hope some day I can show these folk craft to the public. Anyone has any suggestion as to how and where?