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Closed venues, cancelled programmes: Hong Kong artists anxious for pandemic measures to ease, so the show can go on



Holding on to the back of a chair, ballet dancer Jessica Burrows stretches and works on her techniques in the living room of her flat in Tai Hang.The 29-year-old Canadian who joined the Hong Kong Ballet (HKB) in 2019 has been practising alone at home since the Covid-19 crisis struck the city in January, forcing arts venues to close.Instead of joining daily ballet classes with other dancers in a studio, she now signs on to online sessions via Zoom from her 150 sq ft living room.She has…



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