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Special Events For October 2021

Art Exhibition----“Hello Hong Kong – Impression HK” by Eddie K C Chow:

Dates & Days: 27 September 2021, Monday to 13 October 2021, Wednesday
Times: 10:00 a. m. to 10:00 p. m.

Location: Atrium of Tai Yau Plaza, Ground floor, Tai Yau Plaza,
Tai Yau Building,181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Activities:

We are pleased to present to you the photograph exhibition from Mr. Eddie K C Chow. Eddie’s passion for photography developed in full force after his retirement. He holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Contemporary Photography. [Hello Hong Kong] is a visual poetry about the diversity and subtle beauty of this island. From street art to street food; from colonial to contemporary architecture; “Impression Hong Kong” revealed our embedded Hong Kong cultural identity. Through the photographer’s lens, a journey of Hong Kong’s rich vernacular culture unfolds.


 
Gift Redemption----Halloween Special:

Dates & Days: 9 October 2021, Saturday to 31 October 2021, Sunday
Times: 1:00 p. m. to 7:00 p. m.

Location: Atrium of Tai Yau Plaza, Ground floor, Tai Yau Plaza,
Tai Yau Building,181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Activities:

In celebrating this year’s Halloween, our patrons may redeem unique Shopping Bags with their proof-of-purchase invoice(s) with a minimum purchase of Hong Kong $500.00 at Tai Yau Plaza. Only original invoices generated from purchases payments via electronic means such as credit cards, Electronic Payment Services (E. P. S.), Octopus Cards, and/or Union Pay in a maximum of two transactions would be accepted. Supply is limited so please come early and visit our Concierge at Tai Yau Plaza’s atrium level for further details.


 
Art Exhibition----“Joy in Calligraphy + Ceramics” by Caroline Keung & Friends:

Dates & Days: 18 October 2021, Monday to 3 November 2021, Wednesday
Times: 10:00 a. m. to 10:00 p. m.

Location: Atrium of Tai Yau Plaza, Ground floor, Tai Yau Plaza,
Tai Yau Building,181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

Activities:

We are pleased to present to you the mixed art of calligraphy and ceramics. Dr. Caroline Keung organizes this exhibition for sharing the beauty and joy with the public. Participating artists are inspired by Chinese calligraphy, and chose from Zhuan, Li, Kai, Xing and Cao scripts. Artists wrote the characters, and then carved to proceed for the ceramic production. It is great joy throughout the process of creation and appreciation afterwards. Hope this exhibition can bring joy to the audience as well.