Open Up Tuen Mun @ West Kowloon
Co-organised by the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and Tuen Mun District Council, with Active Concept as the programme partner, "Open Up Tuen Mun @ West Kowloon" will be held on 24 March 2019 at the Art Park of West Kowloon Cultural District.
As one of the earliest settlements, “Tuen Mun” appeared in history even earlier than “Hong Kong”. It was home to many fishermen, and was developed under the New Town policy into a modern, major residential area. It has remained an important town of transport hub, and is part of the Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge connecting the region.
"Open Up Tuen Mun @ West Kowloon" is a community engagement event that aims to explore the long-standing traditional culture and present the regional characteristics, art and culture of Tuen Mun from the perspective of past, present and future.
There will be three thematic areas at the Art Park, namely “Village Culture”, “The TM Community” and “Creative Wonderland”. Various art groups and stakeholders from Tuen Mun have engaged in this community event to present a wide range of wonderful programmes, including
1. TM Vlog – Video Exhibition;
2. Stage Performance;
3. Tuen Mun Market;
4. Community Story Sharing and Workshops;
5. Fa Pau Exhibition & Parade;
6. Interactive Street Art, and
7. Family Playtime.
Shuttle Bus Schedule
Community Story Sharing and Workshops
Free of charge.
Limited seats are available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Subject to Terms and Conditions.
Tuen Mun V city > West Kowloon
West Kowloon > Tuen Mun V city
Casphalt is located in Ching Leung Nunnery, formerly known as Buddhist Gin Sau Kindergarten. Established at the end of 2016, Casphalt was a vegetarian restaurant with cultural activities. In early 2019, it was transformed into the community experimental space, aiming at inspiring individual learning and community creativity. There will be community projects and art exhibitions planned by themselves or other organizations and individuals, consignment of cultural goods, workshops, market etc. It welcomes free entry during opening hours.
There will be three workshops - Ceramics Experience Workshop, Chinese Calligraphy Workshop and Mindfulness.
Tuen Mun District Council
Fa Pau Exhibition & Parade
Fa Pau is a traditional cultural symbol of New Territories walled villages. The Fa Pau Exhibition Hall in Tuen Mun Tin Hau Temple Plaza also features this traditional craft. The project has invited the local paper-crafting master Mr. Kenneth Mo to guide students and elderly from Tuen Mun District to make three Fa Pau with a height of around 3 m. They will be exhibited in the theme area of "Village Culture" during the event.
Moreover, there will be a Fa Pau parade together with the dragon and lion team around the Art Park to let the audience experience the traditional culture of the fishing village.
Fa Pau Parade & Dragon & Lion Dance
There is a space for the operation of residents in Lam Tei Street, Tuen Mun. A 50-year-old store, "Picture Book Store", uses picture books to tell story of people and communities. Today, "Picture Book Store" moved to the West Kowloon Cultural District.
Picture Book Reading Corner
300 Chinese and foreign picture books, together with storytelling session will bring everyone a leisurely outdoor reading time.
Tuen Mun Children Choir founded on 1981. Since establishment, provided the singing training for Tuen Mun children actively.
Tuen Mun Children Choir
Born 2017 March.
Canto domain band from Hong Kong.
We are storytellers.
As a four-piece band we carries the sound of Hong Kong Indie blent with distinctly different music influences - from different countries to different genres.
Music is the channel we chose to tell the world our thoughts and ideas.
per se is a music duo composed of music talents: Stephen Mok and Sandy Ip. The name means intrinsic or in itself, which reflects their music being just music without the limitations and burdens of genre or style. This year, per se has started on a new music project《Ripples, reflections and everything in between》to discuss the differences of how each person views and values time using historical events as song inspirations.
Erhu x Pop
Blue and her friends are going to utilize are different kind of genre instrument, like erhu, guitar, keyboard and cajon. Let's look forward to the conbination of the sound of Chinese traditional and pop music!
The litter dancers will show different kind of dance for people, including ballet, Kpop, latin dance and jazz dance.
Kids Art Dancing Show
Hong Kong String Orchestra is honoured to be supported by Hong Kong Jockey Club Charity Trust and launched ‘Power of Music’ Programme from 2015. In ‘Share the Joy’ Community Concert, HKSO will visit different places and bring good music to Hong Kong people.
Hong Kong String Orchestra
'Power of Music' Programme
'Share the Joy' Community Concert