First of all, this month marks the ***THIRD ANNIVERSARY*** of the launch of The Pipe Organ in China Project Website. This month we reached our goal of 30,000+ hits!
A new main photo has been added to HKG1911, seen after the rebuilding in 1931–32 by W.C. Blackett. .
Minor additions have been made to the Errata list for Keys to the Kingdom.
A colleague has drawn our attention to a new book on organs in South Korea: Oh Minjin, Cho Hyunjung, Kim Hyerim, Shin Kiru, and Je Yeheun. Pipe Organs in S. Korea. (Seoul: n.p., 2020), ISBN 9791197282201. Anyone interested in this book (in Korean) should consult the following link: https://www.aladin.co.kr/shop/wproduct.aspx?ItemId=260123323
Concerto da Camera in Hong Kong has continued to release its videos on organs and local church history. Prof. Urrows appears in some of the forthcoming segments: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RCprAX8pcc The Concerto da Camera Facebook page also has links to their video: https://www.facebook.com/100063882754170/photos
Organs in the Census: 193
Year-to-date hits: 13, 195
Hits since launch (June 2018): 30, 410
Photo of the Month:
A youth choir from Macau performs earlier this spring in Chengdu, Sichuan province, with CHD2019 in the background.