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Wet and Wild Sand Party
As a part of Ocean Park’s 40th anniversary, Applause Pavilion will be transformed into an exuberant summer beach. Famous sculpture artist Ray Villafane and his team will build three gigantic sand sculptures themed around Ocean Park attractions including the largest to date in Hong Kong. Be prepared to get wet at the thrilling water-splashing games such as Wild Foam Zone, Mega Gush and Super Spray Tunnel.
When: 1 July – 27 August 2017
Where: Ocean Park, Applause Pavillion
For more information: Ocean Park Website
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What’s New: Food
Mercato Hong Kong, distinguished for their wood-fire oven pizzas, is hosting 5 rounds of pizza baking contests between 5 esteemed local chefs. Pizzas will be available to the public at Mercato Hong Kong for two weeks each round. The pizza contest will run from 21 August – 6 November and competitors’ pizzas will be available to the public at Mercato during this time.
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Unleash Your Inner Literati
No one can deny that reading is important. Reading enriches our world, expands our vocabulary, stimulates the imagination and can increase the attention span in children who might otherwise be distracted by electronic games, TV and the Internet.
At a glance it might seem that the reading culture here is non-existent and that people would rather disengage into a game on their mobile rather than literature. But if you dig deeper you will discover that Hong Kong’s inclination for books and reading is far from dead; it’s actually emerging and this city has a lot to offer in terms of the quantity and selection when it comes to its bookstores, mainstream and speciality. This is the ultimate guide to unleashing your inner literati.Read more »
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