AOS Management Company has brought in a brand new water music fountain show ‘Water of Stars‘ at the Avenue of Stars to rejuvenate Tsim Sha Tsui harbor, bringing visitors a more diversified waterfront experience.
‘Water of Stars‘ is a remarkable musical fountain show with lighting effects. Imagine each sprout of water to be like a graceful ballerina on the tip of her toes, swaying her elegant arms forming beautiful lines and curves to the choreography with a magnificent light show and contemporary music performed by a 68-person orchestra. The fountain is equipped with rainwater collection facilities and solar panels. The unique environmental protection design echoes the social responsibility of sustainable development.
The musical fountain trial show will start from November 20, 2020 and each show lasts between 3 to 5 minutes and follows the tentative schedule.
Announcement on official show details will be published at a later stage.
Mon – Fri 6:00pm | 7:00pm | 8:10pm* | 9pm
Sat – Sun 5:00pm | 6:00pm | 7:00pm | 8:10pm* | 9pm
*With music and lighting effects
Schedule of testing and trial runs are subject to change at any time without prior notice.
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Click here for details about Tracing the Fragments.
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Click here to access the Online Resources Centre.
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Exhibition views, Nouveau Festival - Centre Pompidou Paris (15/04/2015–20/07/2015), details Photo ©️ Florian Kleinefenn
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Discover your green fingers as our planting experts teach you how to garden step by step. A farming tool kit will be delivered to your home, including seeds, soil, farming tools and other materials needed.
The 4-Week Online Training Plan
Week 1 – What to plant now? Design your own planting schedule!
Week 2 – A quick guide to understanding seed packets
Week 3 – How to select proper organic fertilisers and pesticides
Week 4 – Benefits of companion planting
In the fourth week, you can give away one of your plants to the community farming plot at Nature Discovery Park, where our farmers will take good care of it. Produce will be donated to Food Angel, a food rescue and food assistance programme launched in 2011 by Bo Charity Foundation with the mission of ‘Waste Not, Hunger Not, With Love’.
Programme period: 25 Jan to 28 Feb 2021
Zoom class date: 28 Jan / 4 Feb/11 Feb/ 18 Feb (18 to 28 Feb will be open for participant to give away one of the plants to the community farming plot at Nature Discovery Park*)
Zoom class time: 1pm to 1:30pm (20 – 30 mins each session)
*Nature Discovery Park will donate the plants to Food Angel by 31 March
【In view of the recent COVID-19 situation, this workshop will be postponed to January 23-24.】
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- Candles are made with natural materials (beeswax)
- Boost children’s creativity and muscles development
- Taught by experienced Art teacher, safe process and materials for children
- Each participant will receive 5 candles upon class completion
23 January or 24 January, 2021
3pm-4pm (3-6 years old, can be accompanied by 1 adult) or
4pm-5pm (7-12 years old, can be accompanied by 1 adult)
- All registrations are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
- Please arrive at the venue 15 minutes before the workshop time.
- Subject to quota availability.
- Photo is for reference only.
- If the workshop does not meet the minimum enrolment number, Donut Playhouse reserves the right to cancel it or invite the participant(s) to switch to another workshop with 7 days’ prior notice.
- Terms and Conditions apply; In the event of any disputes, Donut Playhouse reserves the right of final decision.
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