Cheung Sha Wan Playground Lunar New Year Fair

Cheung Sha Wan Playground Lunar New Year Fair (hkdigit-20140128-08120)

The 2014 Cheung Sha Wan Chinese New Year Market held in Cheung Sha Wan Playground which will last for seven days from 25 January 2014 to 31 January 2014, but ending in the early morning of the 2014 Lunar New Year Day. The fair have total of 115 stalls, include 66 wet goods stalls, 48 dry goods stalls and 1 fast food stall. Stalls size as follows: Wet Goods Stall 3m x 3m, Dry Goods Stall 3m x 1.5m, Fast Food Stall 4.8m x 7.6m.

Venue: Cheung Sha Wan Playground
Date : 25-31 January, 2014
Opening hours: Noon to midnight, 25-30 January; Midnight to 6am, 31 January, 2014
Address: J/O Cheung Sha Wan Road and Cheung Shun Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon
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Victoria Park Lunar New Year Fair

Victoria Park Lunar New Year Fair (hkdigit-20130205-142144)

The 2014 Causeway Bay Chinese New Year Market held in Victoria Park which will last for seven days from 25 January 2014 to 31 January 2014, but ending in the early morning of the 2014 Lunar New Year Day. The fair have total of 483 stalls, include 180 wet goods stalls, 292 dry goods stalls, 3 fast food stalls and 8 thematic stalls. Stalls size as follows: Wet Goods Stall 3m x 3m, Dry Goods Stall 3m x 1.5m, Fast Food Stall 4.8m x 7.6m, Thematic Stall 6m x 1.5m.

Venue: Victoria Park
Date : 25-31 January, 2014
Opening hours: Noon to midnight, 25-30 January; Midnight to 6am, 31 January, 2014
Address: 1 Hing Fat Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
How to get there: MTR Causeway Bay Station, Exit E. Walk along Great George Street until you reach the park; or MTR Tin Hau Station, Exit A2. Turn left at the exit and continue ahead until you reach the park.
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Lunar New Year Flower Market 2014

Lunar New Year Flower Market (hkdigit-20130204-104108)

The Hong Kong Lunar New Year Flower Markets held before Chinese New Year Day. The Flower Markets are the place to come to purchase fresh flowers, fruits, candies and other new supplies for the home to begin the new lunar year.

The 2014 Lunar New Year Flower Fairs will last for 7 days, ending in the early morning of the 2014 Lunar New Year Day.

Date: 25-31 January 2014
Opening Hours: Noon to midnight, 25-30 January; Midnight to 6am, 31 January, 2014

  • Hong Kong
  • Kowloon
  • New Territories
    • Kwai Tsing Kwai Chung Sports Ground Lunar New Flower Market
    • Tsuen Wan Sha Tsui Road Playground Lunar New Flower Market
    • Tuen Mun Tin Hau Temple Plaza Lunar New Flower Market
    • Yuen Long Tung Tau Industrial Area Playground Lunar New Flower Market
    • North District Shek Wu Hui Playground Lunar New Flower Market
    • Tai Po Tin Hau Temple Fung Shui Square Lunar New Flower Market
    • Sha Tin Yuen Wo Playground Lunar New Flower Market
    • Sai Kung Man Yee Playground Lunar New Flower Market
    • Tseung Kwan O Po Hong Park Lunar New Flower Market
  • Islands District
    • Tung Chung Road Soccer Pitch Lunar New Flower Market

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Pok Fu Lam Village Fire Dragon Dance

Pok Fu Lam Village Fire Dragon Dance (hkdigit-20130919-200406)

Tai Hang is not the only place to watch fire dragon dancing during the Mid-Autumn Festival, there are fire dragon dance performances in Aberdeen and Pok Fu Lam Village as well. Five small fire dragons will dance around Aberdeen, and form a larger dragon parade which will dance its way to Pok Fu Lam Village.

Mid Autumn Festival Pokfulam Fire Dragon (hkdigit-20130919-195658)

The fire dragon dance in Pok Fu Lam Village has a history spanning more than 100 years and is the key event of the village. On the night of the Mid-Autumn Festival, the public will be able to join in the event by putting incense sticks into the dragon body to pray for good health and fortune. At the same time, they can appreciate the beauty and intricacy of the fire dragons up close and enjoy their graceful dance with the dazzling lights of ten thousand incense sticks.

Fire Dragon Dance Pok Fu Lam (hkdigit-20130919-201529)

On that night, the fire dragons will parade around Aberdeen and Pok Fu Lam Village in the form of “Seven Stars Accompanying the Moon”. Five small fire dragons will parade around Aberdeen first where they will be accompanied by the traditional lantern teams making up of children and young people, before moving on to Aberdeen Promenade. The remaining two smaller fire dragons will dance around Pok Fu Lam Village, paying homage at the Earth God altar and the Li Ling Divine pagoda to pray for good fortune and health.

At the same time, the large fire dragon dancing at the entrance of the village and bristling with burning incense sticks, will parade along Pok Fu Lam Road, and then join the two smaller fire dragons. After adding more incense sticks, the three fire dragons will go to Wah Fu Estate to join with the other five fire dragons. Finally, all eight fire dragons will dance twice in circles before going to Waterfall Bay Park together, where they will plunge into the sea to symbolise the dragons’ return to the sea.

Autumn Moon Fire Dragon Dance (hkdigit-20130919-202756)

Date: 19 September 2013
Time: 7pm-10pm, Pok Fu Lam Village; 8pm-9:45pm, Aberdeen; 10pm-11:30pm, Pok Fu Lam Road, Wah Fu Estate, Waterfall Bay Park
Venue: Pok Fu Lam Village, 7pm-10pm; Aberdeen, 8pm-9:45pm; Pok Fu Lam Road, Wah Fu Estate, Waterfall Bay Park, 10pm-11:30pm
Admission: Free viewing

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Tuen Mun Park Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnival

The Tuen Mun Park lantern installations at the Carnival site will be open to the public on 18.9 – 1.10.2013 at 6:30 pm – 11:00pm, and will be extended to 12:00 midnight on 19.9.2013 (Thu).

Programme Highlights

Spectacular Chinese Ethnic Dance and Songs and Acrobatics – Sichuan Arts Troupe

Sichuan Arts Troupe will showcase excellent performances in the Urban and New Territories Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnivals including spectacular folk songs and dance and acrobatic performances; and Sichuan folk craft such as sugar painting (by Xie Fengkun) and Qiang embroidery (by Yang Huazhen).

Folk Craft of Guangdong

Demonstration of Chinese folk craft by Guangdong masters – Chaozhou wheat straw patchwork by Fang Zhiwei, and Canton decorative porcelain by Xu Enfu.

Demonstration of Chinese Instruments by Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra won the accolades as ‘a cultural ambassador of Hong Kong’. It is dedicated to the promotion of Chinese music to the community. There will be interactive sessions of great fun, in which the audience will have hands-on experience of the four main categories of Chinese musical instruments – wind, plucked-string, bowed-string and percussion, including pipa, suona, dizi and percussion in the three Lantern Carnivals. HKCO will also introduce the Eco-gaohu, Eco-erhu, Eco-zhonghu, Eco-Gehu and Eco-Bass Gehu developed by the HKCO itself which has won the Ministry of Culture Innovation Award.

Youth Voices

The five signature groups of HKFYG join hands for the very first time to electrify you with a cappella, percussion, dance, theatre and band performances!

Golden Melodies

A stunning selection of golden oldies from local movies and TV series bring back lots of precious memories.

Cantonese Opera in the Park

No stage, no frame. A classic Cantonese Opera is staged in the picturesque scenery of Tuen Mun Park.

Youth Creative Lantern Showcase

Creative lantern entries by local primary and secondary school students. Enrolled schools include:

  • Po Leung Kuk Law’s Foundation School
  • Shung Tak Catholic English College
  • Ho Ngai College (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen)
  • Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Tang Shiu Kin Primary School
  • Tin Shui Wai Catholic Primary School
  • A.D. & F.D. Of Pok Oi Hospital Mrs. Cheng Yam On School
  • S.T.F.A. Wu Siu Kui Memorial Primary School
  • Catholic Ming Yuen Secondary School
  • A.D. & F.D. Of Pok Oi Hospital Mrs. Cheng Yam On Millennium School

New Territories West Mid-Autumn Lantern Carnival
Date: 21 September 2013 (Lantern installation: 18 September to 1 October)
Time: 7:30pm to 10:30pm
Venue: Tuen Mun Park, New Territories
Admission: Free
Remarks: Lanterns lit 6:30pm to 11pm, 18 September to 1 October; until midnight on 19 September
How to get there : 5-minute walk from MTR Tuen Mun, Exit B and enter the park from Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road.

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