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Chi Ma Wan


Registrations will open on 13 Nov 2020 (Fri) 09:00. Priority will be given to residents of Cheung Chau, Chi Ma Wan, Mui Wo and Peng Chau.



Tour

A Walk in Chi Ma Wan


Miko Yeung & Jean Leung

The abandoned prison in Chi Ma Wan was once a Vietnamese refugee camp, and saw riots and tear gases flowing...The serene and otherworldly Shap Long Reservoir was the major water source for Cheung Chau and Peng Chau… While the peaceful buffaloes form a great community in this little-known corner of Lantau! Take a walk with Miko and discover Chi Ma Wan’s rich little stories.


Chi Ma Wan (pier)
2020.12.05-12.06 (Sat-Sun) 14:20 - 17:10

Cantonese

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Workshop

Dried-leaf Ink Making


Sap Fong

Passing by the villages on the islands, you may notice the smell of burning leaves. Sweeping fallen leaves is a part of daily life for islanders - and Sap Fong's members, who live in a small village on Lantau. They burn the leaves into charcoal, add water, and grind the charcoal into ink. The colour made with dried leaves is a gift of nature.  Sap Fong invites participants to look for the scent of burning leaves, enjoy the process of ink making under a tree, and use the ink to write down your feelings to nature.


Chi Ma Wan
2020.12.06 (Sun) 10:00-18:00

Remarks: max no of participants 5, 30 min per person. 

Cantonese & English





Installation/Workshop

Open Sesame


Maoshan Connie

Many describe Hong Kong as a concrete jungle, but one can never deny just how many beautiful and precious hills and seas we have around us.

Let’s share stories – local stories and related picturebooks – under a beautiful old tree in Chi Ma Wan, while collecting passers-by and locals’ letters to their favourite trees. Maoshan Connie will illustrate participants’ chosen trees and display them on site, meanwhile uploading them to the ‘Dear Tree Mailbox’ online platform.


Chi Ma Wan
2020.12.04-12.06 (Fri-Sun) 14:00-17:00

Cantonese & English



Event

渡 (portal)


Cheung Chau Wave

When we board the ferry to Cheung Chau we travel both physically and in our minds. This new online project curated by Cheung Chau Wave 浪長洲 aspires to augment and compliment the experience of the passengers, residents and visitors alike, by making a simple offering of artwork specially crafted for the journey.

What if, putting social media and tv aside for just a minute, we are reminded to look out the window and notice the world floating past whilst, for example, listening to a poem by a local artist? How can we bring art into our everyday, switching us into the present, and maybe even go sailing in our imagination?

With works of Au Tze Long 區子朗 [HK], Basil Hui [HK], Chantoneasy / Lism / Eco Cheung Chau [HK], Dan Carew [HK], EBMx [PH], Evan Binkley [HK], Finnalicious [PL], Gary Ng [HK], IZEN [HK], Knudsen / Jensen [NO / HK], Mokshajuana [HK], Nick Florent [HK], Patrick Ford [VN], Preston Hartwick [HK], Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze [HK], Sarah Greene [HK], Stefan Irvine [HK], Tomislav Marcijuš [HR], Wong Wei Him [HK], Xie Rong [UK/CN], Yasuhiro Ogawa [JPN].


Surprise location*
2020.12.04-12.06 (Fri-Sun)

Cantonese & English




Event/Performance

URBAN ENTITY, PIER


Natasza Minasiewicz

Can Hong Kong afford to lose the breath of a true island? ‘URBAN ENTITY, PIER’ is a performance-based conversation at the Chi Ma Wan ferry pier on Lantau Island, using the formation of the ferry pier as a representation mode and reference point to discuss the pace and quality of life in a global metropolis, Hong Kong’s endless land reclamation and insular identity in the context of environmental and social instability.

The pier here is a moment of tension, a threshold where urbanity entered the rural area with its all-natural attributes. It announces the changes with its seemingly static, concrete body and ferry vessels plunging on schedule; disappearing territorial borders between developed and undeveloped, nature and city, concrete and rock, the speed and slowness of movement, sanity and insanity of a postmodern city.

Format: Presentation by Natasza Minasiewicz followed by discussion with guest speakers and audience.


Chi Ma Wan (pier)
2020.12.05 (Sat) 14:30-16:15

English

Remarks: Participants are advised to take the 2:00pm ferry from Mui Wo and arrive in Chi Ma Wan at 2.20pm. Event will start at 2.30pm and we will leave at 4.20pm on the ferry to Cheung Chau for a drink. Chairs will be available on the spot in a limited number and people are advised to bring their own seating/blanket. The event takes place outside, participants are encouraged to dress warmly.

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