City guide-Macao, Hong Kong
Updated: 2013-02-17 10:38
Tourists visit a scenic spot during the Spring Festival holidays in Macao, South China, Feb 14, 2013. According to the statistics, the total number of people entering and exiting all ports of Macao reached 257,000 Thursday. [Photo/Xinhua]
Go for gold
One Central Macao and MGM Macao welcomes the Year of the Snake with a glittering exhibition in two venues featuring the designs of contemporary Chinese artist Wang Kaifang. Glorious China, Auspicious Macao - Wang Kaifang's Gold Brick Exhibition features 12 gold bricks that each tell a different story. For his sculptures, Fang uses 24-carat gold foil and techniques such as 3D printing and fine casting. The largest work is a towering 2.5 meters high.
Ends April 2. One Central Macao, Praceta de 24 Junho. 853-2822-9838. MGM Macao, Avenida Sun Yat-sen. 853-8802-8888
Contemporary Chinese Folk Dance's production of Feng Shui draws inspiration from yangko (a popular folk dance), which is Shandong's harvest music with roots in the rhythmic folk dance of the Han ethnic group. Traditional yangko props include drums, sticks and fans. The dance also incorporates the relationship between the five elements of metal, wood, water, fire and earth.
7:45 pm, Feb 22 and 23; 3 pm, Feb 24. Auditorium, Kwai Tsing Theater, 12 Ning Hing Road, Kwai Chung, Kowloon. 852-3103-1806
Colors of Asia is an exhibition with hundreds of works from 13 Asian regions, categorized by the colors red, yellow, blue, green and black with white. Crafts, festival goods, food and spices are on display, alongside packaging to show how different Asian cultures vary in their use of color symbolism.
10 am-8 pm, until Feb 22 except Tue. d-mart, Hong Kong Design Institute and Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education, 3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O. 852-2928-2894