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The programme, “Autumn of MANGA”, originally scheduled in October 2019 is finally coming to Hong Kong! “Autumn of MANGA: THE RETURN” presents 4 live-action films adapted from Manga, which cover a variety of themes, including youth, romance, friendship, sport, etc. In addition, the festival also has an educational lecture. Through these events, we hope the audience can further experience the world of film and learn more about the diversified development of the creative industry in Japan.
Terms & Conditions of Online Enrolment:Tickets are in limited availability, while stock lasts.Priority will be given to youth aged between 15 and 29.Successful applicants will each be allocated one e-ticket. (One registered name is valid for registration of one e-ticket only).To avoid disturbing the event, children under six are not recommended to enter the theatre.Ticket Distribution:18 & 19. 1. 2020 │12:00-16:00 │ Y Platform (Zone C), 1/F, Youth SquareLimited quantity. Available while stocks Movie 1: Dad's Lunch BoxDate: 3 February 2020 (Monday)Time: 19:30 Length: 76minsVenue: Y Theatre, LG1/F, Youth SquareLanguage: JapaneseSubtitle: ChineseClass: IMovie 2: Still HumanDate: 4 February 2020 (Tuesday)Time: 19:30 Length: 112 minsVenue: Y Theatre, LG1/F, Youth SquareLanguage: Cantonese, EnglishSubtitle: ChineseClass: IIB
Mahjong is a common tabletop game that was ubiquitous in Hong Kong during the olden days. Have you ever curious about the art history behind this traditional game? Leading by a little sparrow, the exhibition will bring visitors travel through times and spaces. By bringing visitors back to 1963, a little sparrow will help explore how this traditional art started from a hand-carving mahjong workshop in Kowloon City to a mahjong factory in Kowloon Bay. Visitors will not only understand how this traditional game links to the transformation of art and technology throughout different time periods, but also know how mahjong tiles evolved from hand-carvings to machine-assisted production. Entering 2020, Chai Wan's Youth Square will be the station to exhibit this traditional hand-carving art, demonstrating how to produce the timeless cultural artwork via a combination of modern illustration and traditional art by using a cutting-edge printing technology. We hope more youths recognise this traditional art after visiting this exhibition in order to help passing on.
Wander at the literary landmarks. Walk with the poetic inspirations and read about North Point. Despite the ongoing urban planning, the story of a district can always be preserved in literature. Starting from 市 famous poems written back in the 50s, the facets of North Point at different times were since recorded. Even celebrated Hong Kong novelist Liu Yichang had reviewed the abnormalities at the 1967 riots in one of his novels. North Point was recognized as the major location where the history was composed. More young writers like Ong Yi Hing, wrote about his childhood memories and the changes of the district overtime. The everchanging city endows the meaning of writing. Join our tour and see the literary details with your eyes, an opportunity to discover the disappearing scene and how it becomes part of our history. Speaker: Hon Ki-chau, once a journalist, was graduated from the Faculty of Chinese in Lingnan University. Hon was awarded with multiple university literature awards in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Route: Oi!> King's Road> State Theatre> Kiu Kwan Mansion> Chun Yeung Street (Wet Market)> North Point Pier Language: Cantonese