Good Place for Christmas, Christmas is coming again, have you planned where to spend the festive season with your significant other, family or friends? In addition to eating a rich meal, of course, it is indispensable to check in everywhere! This Christmas and New Year, Tsuen Wan Nina Plaza will be transformed into a miniature art exhibition full of Hong Kong feelings. Everyone seems to be roaming in a small country, and they are in Hong Kong’s characteristic landmarks and iconic buildings of different ages, such as Victoria Harbor and Jumbo Seafood. Among them are boats, mushroom kiosks, and opera centers, and you can also remember the alley barber shops full of collective memories, and the comic shops in old-fashioned shopping malls. One of the most special highlights must be the brilliant “Christmas Fireworks in Victoria Harbor” show produced by computer animation simulation, which is in full bloom on the intoxicating night view of Victoria Harbour! Everyone can turn into Santa Claus through AR technology, and appear in the night sky of Victoria Harbor on the Christmas tree, and check in first-class!
Roaming ancient and modern Hong Kong miniature art restores famous landmarks 1.5-meter mini-treasure seafood boat is bound to hit the card
This time “Little Hong Kong. The New Year’s Eve Miniature Art Exhibition will be on display from now until February 19 next year, and will be co-organized by Happy Miniature Art. Nearly 60 miniature art exhibits full of Hong Kong feelings will be exhibited, and 10 of them will be specially designed for this exhibition Meticulously prepared, a new and ingenious work exhibited for the first time. The exhibition takes everyone on a time machine and takes a time travel to witness the historical changes of Hong Kong!
In the center of this exhibition, a 3-meter-high giant Christmas afternoon tea is specially set up to complement it. The surprising “snack” is actually a Christmas firework effect simulated by computer animation, and it blooms on the 3.5-meter-long “Victoria Harbour”. With more than 40 Hong Kong landmark buildings and skyscrapers as the background, plus the historic Star Ferry and the sailing ship Duk Ling sailing on the sea, the brightly lit night around makes the intoxicating night view of Victoria Harbor even more brilliant. In addition, you can also use the AR technology in the venue to transform into Santa Claus with your family, friends, and significant other, projecting a beautiful image on the beautiful Victoria Harbor night sky, which is very attractive!
There are nearly 60 miniature art exhibits in the exhibition hall, and one of the big “check-in spots” is the 1.5-meter-long mini version of “Jumbo Seafood Boat”! Its bright lighting, “Welcome” neon signs, docking docks, large fish tanks, dragon chairs and banquets in the lobby, and the kitchen behind the ship are all reproduced one by one, and the carvings are extremely delicate and exquisite. If you look carefully, you will also find that there is a scene where the star master Zhou Xingchi and the girl with roots in “The God of Cookery” play against each other, and classic memories immediately come to mind!
The other work “The Forgotten Time – Hong Kong 1930” was produced by two artists in two years, from the pre-war style of the last century, the picture of Yip Man, the master of Wing Chun, teaching apprentices on the rooftop, to the characteristic buildings that have accompanied Hong Kong for many years There are landmarks and landmarks, let’s relive this authentic time with everyone.
In addition, the two artists also integrated the collective memories of the post-70s, 80s, and 90s into their works, such as recreating the scene of children hugging the old master Q cartoon “Flying Hair” in the past, and creating a new work “The Alley Barbershop”. There is also a comic shop “Jindolai Mall” full of Chinese heroes, Street Fighter, Dragon Ball Z and 1/2 of Ranma, which brings back childhood memories of boys rolling in housing estate shopping malls!
“Little Hong Kong·Big Festival” Miniature Art Exhibition
Date: Now until February 19, 2023
Time: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
Venue: Atrium, 1/F, Phase 1, Nina Tower
Fee: Free admission
Celebrating the festive season with a big play workshop
In addition to a series of “check-in booths”, you can enjoy the exhibition of Hong Kong sketches held by Nina Plaza and the art team composed of urban painters – “Drawings”, and you can appreciate Hong Kong in their minds and precious Cityscape. In addition to admiring the different exhibits with your eyes, the whole family can also learn about miniature production and enjoy parent-child time.
“Drawings” Exhibition of Sketches in Hong Kong
Date: December 22 to February 19, 2023
Time: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Venue: Next to Shop 119, 1/F, Nina Tower Phase II
“Little Hong Kong·Big Festival” Miniature Art Workshop
Date: December 24
Time: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Venue: Opposite to Shop 219, 2/F, Nina Tower Phase I
Redemption details: NINA CLUB members can redeem a miniature art workshop quota with 5,000 points and electronic spending of HK$780 or above within the specified date, with up to 2 valid electronic machine-printed receipts*.