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The second annual Hong Kong International Laugh Festival runs from Saturday, 8 September to Monday, 1 October. The Laugh Festival promises three straight weeks of stand-up comedy, improv, open mics, variety nights and lots more. Featuring familiar faces on the Hong Kong comedy scene along with hilarious newcomers and award-winning acts from abroad, the Laugh Festival is a must-attend event for anyone who loves to laugh.
Get ready for the full moon and some romantic time this Mid-Autumn Festival! This traditional Chinese festival is one of the most celebrated occasions in Hong Kong. Last year, Lee Tung Avenue spent a wonderful Mid-Autumn Festival with the public under an impressive giant moon art installation named “Museum of the Moon”. The fairy-tale romance will continue this year with a new exhibition, the “Moon Rabbit Lumiere”, jointly presented by Lee Tung Avenue and China Hong Kong City. Together with…
Pablo Francisco is bringing his unique talent of weaving together his one of a kind arsenal of off the wall characters and spot-on impressions to Hong Kong this September.
This major festival has been celebrated since the Tang Dynasty and honours the full moon, a symbol of unity for the Chinese. In Hong Kong, traditional round pastries known as mooncakes are still given, alongside modern versions. A must-see event is the enormous fire dragon dance in Tai Hang, where a Chinese dragon constructed with 70,000 glowing incense sticks winds through the streets down to Tin Hau. Another is the lantern display erected at Victoria Park. This year's Fire Dragon…
Don't miss this Japanese cultural and music festival, featuring four standout Japanese musical acts, martial arts, food, fun handicraft booths and more.
Set in ancient Beijing, the emperor is seeking a fearless prince to take Princess Turandot’s hand in marriage with only one condition: the suitor must solve three riddles posed by the princess; any wrong answers would lead to execution.