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15 July 2009

Fu-Fu Live from Japan

Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities & School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Arts Faculty HKU

The five young Japanese female singers that constitute the group 'Fu-Fu' have been invited by the Summer Institute in the Arts and Humanities to make their Hong Kong stage debut at the University’s Loke Yew Hall.

Date: July 15, 2009 (Wednesday)
Time: 7:30 pm
Venue: Loke Yew Hall, HKU

Aya Murata, Moe Tanaka, Kanami Matunaga, Chisato Minami,Yu Kawai

'Fu-Fu' was founded in February 2008. As pop idols in Japan, they started out with street performances but soon repositioned themselves to give live performances on stage. In 2009, they took a new direction and came up with the theme of 'chorus with dance performance'. They perform anime songs with lively dancing and harmonizing.

'Fu-Fu's performance will be followed by a discussion session with their producers on the formation of idol groups in Japan. The group will also share how being idols has impacted their lives.

For enquiries, please email rola@hku.hk or visit the Summer Institute's website at http://www.arts.hku.hk/summerinstitute.

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