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To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and encourage more members of the public to practise waste reduction and clean recycling, the Environmental Protection Department (EPD) is launching a campaign, namely GREEN@COMMUNITY Recycling Month, from 26 November to 31 December 2022. The campaign aims to promote green living through extra reward of GREEN$ and holding RECYCLING FEST at Recycling Stations as well as RECYCLING DAY at housing estates in 18 districts.
Hong Kong country parks' landscape and scenery are picturesque, and it nurtures a diverse variety of plants and animals. The well-connected hiking trails take you into nature and away from the hustle and bustle of the city. From September to December this year, the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department organizes the Hong Kong Hiking Challenge to encourage nature lovers and hikers to set off for the countryside and take on the challenge! Go outside and hike through the country parks, immerse yourself in the spectacular views and learn more about the unique stories of Hong Kong’s local flora and fauna, and discover the beauty of undulating mountain ridges. There are 25 checkpoints scattered in various scenic spots in the country parks, featuring a variety of picturesque views unique to Hong Kong’s countryside. The top of Hong Kong - Tai Mo Shan, the breath-taking sunset view at Mount High West, the enchanting historic Hakka village of Lai Chi Wo, the thousand islands reflection of the Tai Lam Chung Reservoir, and many more!Participants can plan their own routes to visit these checkpoints based on their interest, physical fitness and hiking experience. Use a smartphone to check-in at the checkpoints to collect the unique local flora and fauna badges made for each checkpoint. You will also learn about the amazing biodiversity of Hong Kong! Collect a certain number of badges and you will get different rewards! Let the challenge begins!
The triennial flagship event of the Construction Industry Council (CIC), “Construction Innovation Expo 2022”(CIExpo), will be held from 13 to 17 December 2022 in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. During the expo, innovative and advanced construction technologies from all over the world will be on display, essentially establishing a platform for the industry to exchange ideas and experiences in innovative solutions. Highlighted Activities:．5-day Exhibition on Construction Innovation．CIC Construction Innovation Award 2022 Presentation Ceremony．3-day International Conferences on MiC, Construction Digitalisation, Safety & Helath and Green Construction．Technical Tours．Global Construction Summit & Greater Bay Area Construction Summit Please refer to related webpages for more activities.
A three-day community event will be held to showcase the major achievements of VTC students and promote Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET) and skills to the public. The event will cover a wide range of activities, including thematic showcases and exhibition booths, skills demonstrations, try-a-skill activities, industry sharing and fashion shows sessions to engage partners and participants from industries, schools, alumni, staff, students and parents and arouse public’s interest in VPET.This event is part of ‘Education Week’
The year 2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the Government Records Service (GRS) and a major milestone for the GRS. On this special occasion, the GRS hosts a thematic exhibition and organises a series of events under the theme of “Archives 50 Years”. The “Archives 50 Years” exhibition, featuring 50 themes closely related to people’s daily lives under the four categories namely “Food”, “Land and Housing”, “Transport” and “Recreation”, is open from today (October 11) onwards. The exhibition unveils 50 stories behind the archival records. Visitors could shuttle in the past and explore Hong Kong in the old days. Members of the public can find the 50 stories and the precious archival images by browsing the online exhibition. They can also visit the Exhibition Hall in person to view a selection of 10 themes displayed. The exhibition opens from Monday through Friday, from 9am to 5.45pm (except for public holidays), in the Exhibition Hall on the second floor of the Hong Kong Public Records Building (Building), 13 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong. Admission is free. The GRS also launches a thematic website to showcase the development of the GRS over the past five decades and our valuable holdings, and share some interesting behind-the-scene stories of the GRS staff at work. More information of the activities will be released on the GRS website. The Public Records Office (PRO) will also share interesting stories about the exhibition and the work of the GRS staff on its Facebook page. In light of the COVID-19 epidemic, members of the public are advised to pay attention to our latest announcement prior to the visit to the Building. For enquiries, please call 2195 7700 or email email@example.com.
The Basic Law Quiz Competition 2022-23 aims to enhance people's understanding of the relationship between the Constitution and the Basic Law, the Basic Law and its history, and The Law of the People's Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Participants who have answered all 20 entry round questions of the quiz will have the chance of receiving a souvenir (while stock lasts). Participants with the highest scores in each category will be selected by ballot to attend the final cum prize presentation ceremony to compete for prizes.
Over 60 kilometres of the cycle track backbone sections of the “New Territories Cycle Track Network” (NTCTN) are now open for public use. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region as well as to promote the opened cycle track sections of the NTCTN, the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) is holding the “CT60+ Cycling Rewards” from 17 September to 17 December 2022. Members of the public may participate in this event by cycling along the cycle track sections between Tuen Mun and Ma On Shan and at the Tsuen Wan waterfront of the NTCTN. They can enjoy the beautiful sceneries and cultural attractions while looking for the “check-in spots” along the cycle track sections and collecting “check-in” records. Those who have collected the required number of “check-in” records can redeem souvenirs. The CEDD has also created AR filters featuring mascots from various government departments and advisory body at these “check-in spots”. Members of the public may use their mobile phones to scan the QR codes at the “check-in spots” to take AR photos with the mascots. “Mr. B” , “Drainy”, “Big Waster”, “Anyone”, “Keep Clean Ambassador Ah Tak”, “Lazy Lion”,“ Dr Tin”, “Water Save Dave”, and “Mr. Safegg” are ready at these “check-in spots” to explore the NTCTN with you!
In celebration of the 25th anniversary (“25A”) of the establishment of the HKSAR, a "Summer‧Harbour" campaign featuring 25A-inspired art installations created by local designers and artists will be launched at 6 harbourfront sites.The six harbourfront sites in the city got a summer makeover by Messy Desk, Chocolate Rain, Din Dong, Café de Bollo and more local illustrators and designers! Hosted by the Harbourfront Commission and Harbour Office, "Summer‧Harbour” dresses six harbourfronts across Hong Kong Island to Tsuen Wan in holiday hues so everyone can get a slice of fun over the sizzling months! Summer Fireworks Carnival at East Coast Park Precinct This summer, ARTA Architects have picked up their magic wands to bring fireworks you can touch and feel right to the East Coast Park Precinct. The installations double as dandelion by day and illuminating fireworks by night. Catch them while they’re there this summer!Location: East Coast Park Precinct is situated west of Watson Road, Quarry BayPublic Transportation: 7-minute walk from Exit A, MTR Fortress Hill Station Tropical Forest at the Belcher Bay Promenade Local artist Messy Desk has turned the Belcher Bay Promenade in Kennedy Town into a tropical forest featuring a 6m-tall playground and animals carts! See if you can spot Pinana on her jeep as she embarks on yet another adventure. The multi-functional space and even the railing are awash with summer colours. Traverse the tropical forest whilst drinking in the sunset!Location: The Belcher Bay Promenade, Shing Sai Road, Kennedy TownPublic Transportation: 6-minute walk from Exit C, MTR Kennedy Town Station Din Dong Water Carnival at Tsuen Wan Promenade Local cartoon superstar Din Dong unveils the “Water Carnival by the Harbour” at Tsuen Wan Promenade. He takes on countless looks on his adventures across the yacht, lighthouse, bumper car and more! Don’t forget to snap a shot with him this summer!Location: Tsuen Wan Promenade is situated near Hoi On RoadPublic Transportation: 5-minute walk from Exit A2, MTR Exhibition Centre Station Hot Air Balloon Extravaganza at HarbourChill Adjacent to the Wan Chai Pier, HarbourChill brings an aerodynamic adventure with a 9m-tall hot air balloon and a supersized chess board. Spot deer, zebra, hippos and more animal friends made from upcycled oil drums; and don’t forget to snap a shot with the propeller plane, too!Location:HarbourChill is situated north of Hung Hing Road, Wan Chai and east of the covered walkway to the Wan Chai PierPublic Transportation:Wan Chai Exhibition Centre MTR Exit A2; 5-minute walk towards the promenade Beach Party at The Connector The beach is the place to be during the sizzling months. This summer, The Connector – the pathway between Admiralty’s Tamar Park and Hong Kong Convention Centre in Wan Chai – is converted into an urban beach party! Make a sandcastle, enjoy the sea breeze and drink in the cool, summer vibes with Victoria and Harper!Location: The Connector is situated between Admiralty’s Tamar Park and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan ChaiPublic Transportation: 9-minute walk from Exit A2, MTR Admiralty Station Wild, Wild West at the Water Sports & Recreation Precinct Messy Desk has reimagined the pet-friendly Water Sports & Recreation Precinct into an old western town home to log shacks, cacti and farm animals – all splashed in a warm, sunset orange. See if you can spot Chocolate Rain’s Fatina on her expedition!Location: The Water Sports & Recreation Precinct stretches from Hung Hing Road in Wan Chai North to the flyoverPublic Transportation: 9-minute walk from Exit C, MTR Causeway Bay Station (The video is in Cantonese) (The video is provided by Development Bureau) For more details, please visit the website of the Development Bureau, or the website of the Secretariat of the Harbourfront Commission.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and First Initiative Foundation jointly present “The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Big Eight – Dinosaur Revelation” which is exclusively sponsored by The Hong Kong Jockey Club. Before getting in there, shall we slightly catch a glimpse of this large-scale dinosaur exhibition? Unique landmark dinosaur exhibition The Hong Kong Science Museum is presenting a unique landmark dinosaur exhibition, showcasing eight of the most iconic creatures from the 'Golden Age of Dinosaurs' together for the first time: Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, Spinosaurus, Allosaurus, Hesperosaurus, Diplodocus, Hatzegopteryx and a baby sauropod. The exhibition boasts an unrivalled amount of original fossil material, some of the most complete fossil skeletons in the world, world-class artwork, cutting-edge 3D renderings and the first scientifically accurate reconstructions of the world's largest predatory dinosaur and the world's largest flying creature. The team behind the exhibits took a unique approach to this project, blending the world of scientific research, storytelling and unique scenography to create an exhibition that reveals entirely novel scientific insights and provides immersive experiences along with some dynamic skeletal mounts. Other activities In addition, there are other activities, such as the Science Theatre: Dinosaur Apocalypse and the Maker Workshop: Dinosaur Spinning Lamp. Book the visit online for free admission Very attractive, isn’t it? Don’t sit and wait. Book your visit online for free admission now! The e-booking system will be updated at 10 am every Monday, and bookings can be made for the upcoming week (excluding the regular closing day on Thursday). Updates will be made on a weekly basis. Remember to visit Klook on time. Find out more about The Big Eight – Dinosaur Revelation from the official website and the exhibition pamphlet. The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Big Eight – Dinosaur Revelation Venue: Hong Kong Science Museum, 2 Science Museum Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon Date: Until 16 Nov 2022 (Close on Thursdays, except public holidays) Fee: Free (online booking is required)
Visiting museums is one of the best activities in this scorching summer. You can obtain knowledge while cooping up yourself all day long in an air-conditioned place. More importantly, Museum Pass owners have unlimited admission to the permanent and special exhibitions (unless otherwise specified) of LCSD Museums mentioned below. Science The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Big Eight – Dinosaur Revelation The Hong Kong Science Museum showcases eight of the most iconic creatures from the “Golden Age of Dinosaurs” together. The exhibition boasts an unrivalled amount of original fossil material, some of the most complete fossil skeletons in the world, world-class artwork, cutting-edge 3D renderings and the first scientifically accurate reconstructions of the world's largest predatory dinosaur and the world's largest flying creature to create an exhibition that will reveal entirely novel scientific insights. The exhibition will also inspire visitors to contemplate our own place in the grand story of evolution and the challenges threatening our future on this planet. Click here for more details. Date: Until 16 November 2022 ; Close on Thursdays (except public holidays) Fee: Free * Online booking is required (The e-booking system will be updated at 10 am every Monday and bookings can be made for the upcoming week (excluding Thursday, the regular closing day). Updates will be made on a weekly basis. Art The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: The Road to the Baroque — Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum Characterised by the dramatic contrast of light and dark, exaggerated movement and pronounced figures’ facial expressions, historians coined the term Baroque to define 17th century Italian art which focuses on high tension and realistic representations of emotions. Showcasing around 40 Neapolitan paintings from the Capodimonte Museum, its debut exhibition in Hong Kong includes works of 16th and 17th century masters, such as Titian, Annibale Carracci and Artemisia Gentileschi. Hong Kong Museum of Art, meanwhile, invites many artists to provide aural element and various creative media for a new art appreciation dimension. The audience thus able to enjoy an art experience that connects past and present. Click here for more details. Date: Until 2 November 2022 ; Close on Thursdays (except public holidays) Fee: Standard - $10, Museum Pass holders - Free History and Culture The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Dunhuang: Enchanting Tales for Millennium Hong Kong Heritage Museum showcases artefacts, mural paintings, reproduction of paintings in silk and a replica of Yulin Cave 25. Visitors are invited to a feast of visual splendour with a series of art-tech display and multi-media programmes to experience and appreciate the worldly and heavenly aspirations of ancient forebears in their pursuit of the true, the good and the beautiful in the Buddhism realm of Dunhuang. Date: 24 August 2022 – 21 November 2022 ; Close on Tuesdays (except public holidays) Fee: Standard - $10, Museum Pass holders - Free In addition, there are more happenings in August: Medialogue: So Close, Yet So Far Venue: Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, 7A Kennedy Road, Central City Rhymes: The Melodious Venue: Hong Kong Museum of Art, 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Hong Kong Pop 60+ Venue: Hong Kong Heritage Museum, 1 Man Lam Road, Sha Tin, New Territories Joyous Destiny: A Selection of Wedding Memorabilia from the Museum's Collections Venue: Hong Kong Museum of History, 100 Chatham Road South, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Please visit the website of LCSD’s Museums and LCSD Edutainment Channel for the latest visiting arrangements.
The Information Services Department today launched an online exhibition to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The exhibition outlines the development of Hong Kong in the past 25 years and opportunities ahead through interactive presentation and contemporary design. It comprises five zones, namely Basic Law, Hong Kong National Security Law and Improving Electoral System, New Paradigm for a New Future, Major Historical Events over the Past 25 Years, and Interactive Photography. An animated robot will guide visitors on a tour of the virtual space to appreciate the rich content of the exhibition.
Bringing foresight to a hopeful future through art and technology.The K11-orchestrated ‘Symphony of the Future’ is a hybrid “phygital” space that invites the public to experience art and technology in a whole new way. They can interact with a number of new artistic and futuristic creations in the forms of sound, music, video, Augmented Reality (AR) technology, as well as sculptures and installations. This artistic and cultural production fosters the appreciation for Hong Kong’s innovation and technology, facilitates multi-cultural exchange and empowers home-grown art talent. Together with the public, K11 looks forward to strengthening the city’s role as an international platform, where the ‘East meets West’.
Completed in 1932, the Po Leung Kuk Main Building has been the home of destitute women and children. It is also the Headquarters where important decisions are made, and charity traditions are carried forward by directors and fellows. Located in Causeway Bay, the Main Building has been a testament to the development of Kuk’s work in the district. As rapid development of Hong Kong since the 20th century transformed the cityscape, the Main Building also witnessed the same growth of the district and the society; its surroundings expanded gradually with new buildings to meet its latest needs, forming into a multipurpose Headquarters we have today. To commemorate the 90th Anniversary of Po Leung Kuk Main Building cum 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR, this exhibition aspires to bring visitors on a journey to revisit the origin and development of the Main Building, and displays the evolution of Po Leung Kuk as the society’s need for social welfare evolved.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, “CGTN Documentary” and “Radio The Greater Bay” under the China Media Group were launched on Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK) on 1 July 2022. RTHK TV34 relays the programmes of CGTN Documentary. Members of the public have to re-scan for TV programme channels on their digital TV receivers to receive RTHK TV34. The programmes are mainly in English. The Radio The Greater Bay will be broadcast on FM 102.8 and available on RTHK website and RTHK On The Go mobile application. Radio The Greater Bay is the first ever radio channel specially designed for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. Information about the news, finance, lifestyle, culture and music in the Greater Bay Area will be provided in order to enhance social inclusion. For more details, please visit the website of RTHK or call 3691 2300.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) has joined hands with private organisations K11 Group, Kerry Group and Sino Group to present the "Art@Harbour" exhibition. Multiple outdoor art installations and digital art façades featuring the integration of art, science and technology have been set up along the promenades of Victoria Harbour. The promenades at Tamar Park, the Central and Western District Promenade (Central Section), Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hom will become even more photogenic, offering the public new interactive experiences in art appreciation.
The Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM) will open to the public on July 2. The HKPM presents over 900 priceless treasures from the Palace Museum. Many of them are on display in Hong Kong for the first time, while others have never been shown to the public before. The Museum regularly presents special exhibitions featuring Chinese art and culture, as well as art treasures from other parts of the world. Ticket Information Visitors with a general admission ticket can visit seven thematic exhibitions, while those holding a special exhibition ticket can tour all of the galleries (the seven thematic exhibitions, plus “The Making of Masterpieces: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy from the Palace Museum” and “Grand Gallop: Art and Culture of the Horse”). An adult general admission ticket costs $50, while a concession ticket* is $25; a special exhibition ticket costs $120, while a concession ticket* is $60. Please note that on-site ticket sales will not be available for the first three months after the HKPM’s opening. Visitors have to purchase tickets in advance through the Hong Kong Palace Museum website, West Kowloon Cultural District website and West Kowloon Cultural District App. To celebrate HKPM's opening, the thematic exhibitions will be free of charge every Wednesday during its first year. Visitors are required to register online for free admission. *Concession tickets are available to full-time students, children aged seven to 11, citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities (with one companion), and Comprehensive Social Security Assistance recipients. Admission for children aged six or below is free. Find out more about the HKPM at the official website.
The Government is joining hands with different sectors of the community to organise a wide variety of celebratory events and activities under the theme “New Era - Stability, Prosperity, Opportunity” for the public to participate to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China. Everyone is welcome to take part and share the joy! A dedicated Facebook page and an Instagram account were also launched to keep members of the public posted of various celebration activities.A rich array of celebration activities will be rolled out successively across the territory, including arts and culture, leisure and recreation, wines and cuisine as well as various thematic seminars.Arts and culture, leisure and recreationAs for arts and cultural activities, apart from the inaugural exhibitions for the new extension of the Oil Street Art Space (Oi!), the much-anticipated Hong Kong Palace Museum will be opened to the public soon, showcasing over 900 precious relics from the Palace Museum and artefacts from around the globe. Moreover, artwork installations that integrate science with art will be displayed on both sides of Victoria Harbour from end-June. In July and August, exhibitions showcasing precious dinosaur fossil skeletons, featuring Italian treasures from the National Museum of Capodimonte and displaying invaluable cultural relics of Dunhuang grottoes will be held.In addition, the Happy@Parks series will be held from mid-June for everyone to enjoy the fun-filled parks through a variety of activities and games. Hongkong Post will issue on July 1 a set of commemorative stamps to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR.In addition to the activities, the joyful atmosphere in the community will be further enhanced in all 18 districts with various publicity and city dress-up installations which beautify the cityscape and offer attractions for photo-taking. The major programmes include installations at the Victoria Harbour promenades, as well as erecting floral fields and floral walls, setting up theme garden displays and enhancements of roadside amenity areas at major locations and parks under the "Blossom Around Town" programme.Wines and cuisineThe Hong Kong Tourism Board will also organise various mega celebration events, including the Special Edition of "A Symphony of Lights" and "Hong Kong Cocktail Hopping" in July, as well as "Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival" in October, etc.Caring the community and organising thematic seminarsThe Home Affairs Department (HAD) will co-ordinate the "Celebrations for All" project, in which the elderly and less privileged families can share the joy of the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland through family visits and participation in territory-wide as well as district celebratory events. In collaboration with clansman organisations, the HAD will also organise promotion projects under the theme of "connecting to homeland and searching for roots", among which a signature event, "Clansmen Culture Exhibition", will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from July 6 to 12.The 25th Anniversary theme songThe 25th Anniversary theme song titled "Heading Forward" is produced by Radio Television Hong Kong. It showcases new opportunities brought about by the country to Hong Kong and encourages young people to seize these opportunities and work together to enable Hong Kong to move forward in sustaining prosperity and stability. The theme song is written and produced by renowned musician Keith Chan and composed, arranged and recorded by musician Alan Cheung. A total of 28 local and Mainland singers are invited to perform together for the first time. Please visit the dedicated website for the latest information about the celebratory events.
In order to provide more space to inspire greater imagination, Oi! rolled out an expansion project in 2019, in which an adjacent outdoor space of over 3,000 square metres was integrated with the original premises. The new space features a new two-storey building incorporating an exhibition and multipurpose venue. The brand new space is open to the public now, while Oi! is now launching 10 art projects, hoping to provide the district with more community art and leisure space, and to become a cultural landmark in Hong Kong. What is "Oi!"?Oi! is housed in the former clubhouse of the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, which was opened in 1908 on what was the waterfront in North Point. Following land reclamation work there in the 1930s, the building was initially converted into staff quarters for the Government Supplies Department and later into a storage facility for the Antiquities and Monuments Office. After it was allocated to the Art Promotion Office for revitalisation and restoration, the red-bricked Grade II historic building with a tile roof was renamed the Oil Street Art Space (Oi!), which opened to the public in 2013.Its name links the ideas behind it with its location: Oi! sounds similar to the address in Cantonese and conveys a call for people's attention while providing a platform where they can realise their dreams in art. The 10 art exhibitions and public engagement activities The 10 art exhibitions and public engagement activities launched by Oi! include two highlight exhibitions in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region: "Joyful Trees (Arbores Laetae)" and "d'strict Remix". Other art projects include "Digital Muse", "Our Living Library", "Neverending Garden", "XCHANGE", "People-Plant-Place", "Three Gardens", "Oi! Sunday", and the outdoor artworks "Branching Benches" and "Mapping Oi!". Through this series of projects, Oi! sets out to connect art and the community, and to build a sustainable future through collective creativity and collaboration. For details of the art projects, please visit the website of Oi! or call 2512 3000 for enquiries.
Large-scale exhibitions will be staged in the LCSD's museums starting from May including the anamorphic illusion projection works and installations with arts and technology incorporated at the new extension of the Oi! art space; the exhibition "The Big Eight - Dinosaur Revelation" ; "Dunhuang: Enchanting Tales for Millennium"; and the exhibition "The Road to the Baroque - Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum"; "Mastering Masterpieces: The Essentials of Chinese Landscape Paintings", and "Women and Femininity in Ancient China: Treasures from the Nanjing Museum ". In addition to holding large-scale exhibitions, the LCSD will bring audiences a wide spectrum of performing arts programmes including a concert screening of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Cantonese opera programmes, Hong Kong Ballet's Cinderella adapted from the classical fairy tale, inspiring art-tech programmes under the International Arts Carnival and the New Vision Arts Festival, carnivals, and more. The LCSD will hold the Blossom Around Town programme to carry out beautification works at 48 prominent locations and parks from June to October, to enhance the landscape across the territory. The LCSD is organising a series of Happy@Parks activities, and will be held from June to December in LCSD parks across the territory to allow users to experience the parks' vibrant and joyful atmosphere with their family members through joining a variety of recreational activities and games during holidays. The LCSD will on July 1 hold the "25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR - Free Use of Leisure Facilities" to encourage people of all ages to form the habit of exercising. The LCSD will also launch a souvenir redemption scheme for members of the public who participate in various celebration activities of the department to redeem the limited edition of the board game as a souvenir.
2022 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. In the same year, the Sha Tin Town Hall and Tuen Mun Town Hall, both opened in 1987, step in their 35th year of the performing arts journey. For the occasion, five performance venues of the New Territories have gathered a troupe of quality artists to share love, hope and joy to My Home My Place in five carnivals.