As one of Hong Kong’s older districts, the Shum Shui Po neighbourhood is known not only for its long-running textile industry but also its historical significance and charismatic cityscapes. With vibrant colours and dynamic strokes, local artist Alison Hui has brought the Shum Shui Po neighbourhood to life in her newest exhibition. For our art lovers out there, this exhibition is definitely not one to miss. If you’re looking to get a glimpse of the exhibition without the sweat, don’t forget to check out the virtual exhibition too!
Time: 10:30pm to 7pm
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Image courtesy of Alison Hui.