Daily Archives: March 12, 2013


EVENTS – Win Free Tickets for the Affordable Art Fair This Weekend

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Hong Wrong is offering a pair of free tickets – worth HK$240 – to the Affordable Art Fair at the Wan Chai Exhibition Centre. Simply tweet this page (with @hongwrongblog) or ‘re-share’ our post on Facebook. On Thursday, tickets will be mailed to a winner, chosen at random, in time for the weekend. Opening hours are as follows…

  • Friday, 15th March, 12noon-6pm.
  • Saturday, 16 March, 12noon-8pm.
  • Sunday, 17 March, 11am-6pm.

With Art Basel HK on the horizon, this weekend promises to be a refreshing change from the usual works and galleries seen at the city’s art fairs. Pieces from established names as well as from young, emerging artists will be on display and available to buy. Price tags will range from HK$1,000 to HK$100,000, and over 120 galleries are participating.

Regular tickets are available over at HK Ticketing or click here for a Buy-One-Get-One-Free offer on the door. A full guide to the fair can be found in this week’s HK Magazine.

The fair includes work by Keith Macgregor…

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PLACES – The Semi-Abandoned Ghost Village of Fung Hang 8

Deep in the New Territories, facing Shenzhen and south west of Sha Tau Kok Hoi, lies the semi-abandoned village of Fung Hang. ..

It is worth a visit if hiking to remote Kuk Po, which – unlike Fung Hang – is now totally abandoned….


EVENTS – Hong Kong Problems, the Theatrical Production

Part theatre experience. Part social media experiment‘, Hong Kong Problems: The Play opens next week and is based on the popular hashtag #hkproblems

“Ever had pedestrian rage in TST caused by an over abundance of copy watch guys? Suffer from a tiger mother? Do you know where your octopus card is?”

  • March 21st-23rd – next Thursday thru Saturday, at 8pm. Venue: Beating Heart, 7-9 Hill Rd., 8F, A2, Shek Tong Tsui. Price: HK$150 at the door, but ensure you reserve tickets here. BYOB.
  • There is a free preview performance this Wednesday at TDHK. Tickets here.