A4

Be a Beach Detective


Lai Garling

Each trash is the thread of a story. Do you ever wonder what happened to these remains of objects before they were abandoned on the beach? We are now looking for beach detectives to collect evidences on the “crime scene”. Using light-sensitive solution and sunlight to create "X-ray-like" blueprints out of these found evidences, we will embark you on a mission to reveal the truth behind the mess scattered on the beach. Curious and imaginative talents, we need you!


Cheung Chau (Tung Wan Beach)
2020.12.04 (Fri) 12:00-15:30
Mui Wo (Silvermine Bay Beach)
2020.12.05 (Sat) 12:00-15:30
Peng Chau (Tung Wan Beach)
2020.12.06 (Sun) 12:00-15:30

Cantonese & English

Remarks: Bring water, sun-protection items (hat, sunscreen), and cloth gloves.
Kids aged under 5 must be supervised by an adult.

Donations welcome!

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CC10

Contact Beyond Contact—Islands version


Expressive Arts Life

Tired of your solo aerobics routine at home? We feel you. How about joining us for a special movement session at a public sports ground against the beautiful horizon of Cheung Chau? Don’t be shy! Shake your body out! Before you realise, you’ll have made new friends from all walks of life, connected with yourself on a deeper level, and refreshed your energy with the gifts of nature.

The 2-hour session will be facilitated by an Expressive Art Therapist with warm up exercise, basic dance steps and improvisational dance with music. It is safe, easy to follow and suitable for people with little or no experience in dance. 


Cheung Chau
2020.12.05 (Sat) 16:00-18:00 (Sai Wan Pier)
2020.12.06 (Sun) 16:00-18:00 (Cheung Chau Park)

Cantonese & English


Remarks: Bring your own water/towel/sunscreen/insect repellent; wear comfortable clothing for movement and notice the host if you have any physical pain or injuries.

Donations welcome!

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MW11

Story of Mui Wo Tofu Skins


Lantau Society

LanSo invites you to experience the making of tofu skins to discover the humble stories of Mui Wo grassroots residents. Participants will have a chance to exchange with elderly who, back in the 60s, used to make a living out of their hand-made tofu skins. A glimpse at this very local craftsmanship will direct discussions towards the lessons new generations could learn from the elderlies’ hard-working days. Following the tofu skin-making workshop, a food tasting session will offer you to discuss further the complex flavours of hard-work!


Mui Wo (Silvermine Bay Restaurant, 17-20 Silverview Centre)
2020.12.05 (Sat) 14:00-16:30

Cantonese


Remarks: The 2.5-hour programme consists of the tofu-skins making workshop, the food sharing and the discussion. To ensure we can interact as much as possible, please avoid being late or leaving before the completion of the programme.

Donations welcome!

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CC11

Encounter Cheung Chau: Sketch to Encounter


Hong Kong Public Space Initiative

Capturing alleyscape and the vibrant alley life through sketching at a random spot on Cheung Chau, where encounters of all sorts happenings and event. During the downswifting process, participants slow down and observe happenings and ad-hoc conversations through sketching.


Cheung Chau (along the promenade)
2020.12.04-12.05 (Fri-Sat) 13:00-15:00; 16:00-18:00

Cantonese

Donations welcome!


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