Tsuen Wan Nina Plaza will hold a Christmas and Lunar New Year-themed miniature art exhibition “Little Hong Kong·Big Festival” from today (22nd) to February 19th next year. There are nearly 60 miniature art exhibits on the exhibition site. The most notable exhibits are The 1.5-meter-long “Jumbo Seafood Boat” allows people to “memorize” this gourmet flagship that sank in the South China Sea; another must-see work is also the handwriting of artists Cai Bilong and He Guotian. They created “Forgotten Time-1930” based on historical photos “, a three-dimensional display of the pre-war style of the last century.
Chen Guoji hosted the lighting ceremony: the exhibition tells the story of Hong Kong well
The opening ceremony of the “Little Hong Kong·Big Festival” miniature art exhibition was held yesterday. The lighting ceremony was co-chaired by the Chief Secretary for Administration, Mr. Chan Kwok-kei, and Mr. Cai Hongxing, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Chinachem Group. In his speech, Chen Guoji said that the miniature art exhibition has three meanings: the first meaning is that the exhibition shows the characteristics of Hong Kong’s integration of ancient and modern, and the fusion of east and west; Role; the last significance is that the exhibition is moved to Nina Plaza in Tsuen Wan, which can unite neighbors and build a caring and inclusive society.
Cai Hongxing said that this miniature art exhibition kicked off at the Central Market in June this year, and was visited by more than 400,000 people. Afterwards, it toured around Asia to tell the story of Hong Kong, and finally returned to the Nina Plaza under the group for the finale.
“Victoria Harbor” joins Christmas fireworks and visitors can become “Santa Claus”
A 7-meter-high giant Christmas afternoon tea is specially set up in the center of this exhibition to complement it. The “Victoria Harbor” under the giant Christmas afternoon tea has added computer animation to simulate the production of Christmas fireworks, shining brightly over the 3.5-meter-long “Victoria Harbor”. Dazzling, using a huge team to produce, covering more than 40 landmark buildings in Hong Kong, different skyscraper lights are shining brilliantly in the night sky, the sailing ship Duk Ling, which carries the history of Hong Kong, and the Star Ferry, which symbolizes Victoria Harbour, are also on display. Sailing in the sea. Christmas fireworks are added to this exhibition, and visitors can also become “Santa Claus” through AR technology.
“Jumbo Seafood Restaurant” now plays “God of Cookery” Zhou Xingchi and Gu Dezhao as rivals
There are nearly 60 miniature art exhibits in the exhibition hall, and the 1.5-meter-long “Jumbo Seafood Boat” is expected to be the most eye-catching exhibit. Artists have recreated its glory days, including bright lighting, “Welcome” neon signs, docks, large fish tanks, dragon chairs and banquets in the lobby, the kitchen at the back of the ship, and Zhou Xingchi and Gu Dezhao in “The God of Cookery”. will reproduce. It turns out that artists Cai Bilong and Ho Kwok-tim had conducted on-site inspections, photographed photos and obtained architectural drawings four years ago, recreating the collective memories of Hong Kong people through miniature art.
Another work, “Forgotten Time – 1930”, three-dimensionally presents the pre-war style of the last century. The creative inspiration was triggered by a photo in the 1930s. It reproduces the Chinese and Western advertising signs on the exterior walls of early Hong Kong buildings, wearing Tang suits and hats Pedestrians, mothers and sisters workers with big braids, shirtless rickshaw drivers, radio antennas with long poles on the roof, killers in the movie “Kung Fu”, Wing Chun Ip Man’s martial arts gym, wedding parades on the street, etc., can be repeated. Wen this authentic time.
Other exhibits include “Five-Star Buffet”, “Christmas Dinner”, “Forest Restaurant”, “Mushroom Pavilion”, “Xiqu Center” surrounded by giant Christmas trees and Christmas huts, “Central Stone Street”, “Lan Kwai Fong” Wait.
This exhibition is a new round of exhibitions of the co-organizer “Happy Miniature Art Association” after its Asian tour in Singapore, Tokyo and Seoul. All new works are world premieres.
Date: December 22, 2022 to February 19, 2023
The exhibition will be held in two phases:
Part 1- Christmas: December 22 to January 16, 2023
Part 2- Lunar New Year: January 16 to February 19, 2023 (On January 11, the whole venue will be the first to put on New Year cloth setting)
Time: 11:00 am to 8:00 pm
Venue: Atrium, 1st Floor, Phase 1, Nina Plaza