November 2017 to July 2018
Wan Chai is the cradle of Hong Kong's animation and comics (ani-com) industry and home of Hong Kong's first art community featuring ani-com - Comix Home Base. This autumn, Comixtream in the City - Wan Chai transforms the district's public spaces into exciting ani-com hubs. Seven local veteran and upcoming ani-com artists collaborate to...
Thu - Tue
December 2017 to May 2018
Two Hong Kong institutes have teamed up with the world-famous Red Dot Design Museum to launch this technology exhibition. With Red Dot Award-winning products on display, it explores their impact on society and allows visitors to look into the future.
Thu - Sun
December 2017 to April 2018
This design competition welcomes all secondary students to design a creative and multi-functional outfit, containing a minimum 80 per cent Merino wool. Students needs to think outside the box by coming up with unique designs and uses, such as by transforming a skirt into handbag or sweater into skirt. The outfits must consist of a...
Thu - Mon
February 2018 to March 2018
You can now pre-book tickets (for up to 15 per cent off) for next year's annual celebration of theatre, dance and music. There will be performers from all around the world, from the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra to the National Grand Theatre of Great Britain, making this an unmissable event for arts lovers.
Fri - Sat
March 2018 to April 2018
Artificial Intelligence is slowly, albeit progressively, replacing traditional jobs done by human. On the other hand, DeepMind’s AlphaGo emerged triumphantly in Go chess against the best players humanity offered. The influence AI has on our future was made apparent to us. Is AI our next industrial revolution? Will human still be able to...
Thu - Sat
AI technology has changed our way of life. This competition is looking for creative ways to add AI features to existing phone apps. Do you have any great ideas? Enter the competition and show us what could be done to make our lives easier!
Thu - Sat
In 2018, World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD-2018) will focus on the theme: “Enabling the Positive Use of Artificial Intelligence for All”, which will engage Hong Kong's young people in envisioning a brighter future for our city. Communications Association of Hong Kong (CAHK) are joining forces with schools and...
Thu - Sat
From the Fantastic a cappella Party to the Hong Kong a cappella Parade, top young vocal talents from the US, Singapore, France, Sweden, Canada, Britain and Hong Kong gather to bring a musical feast.
Fri - Sun
Queen Elizabeth Stadium Arena for the party; Hong Kong City Hall Theatre for the parade
Follow the expert guides to explore shutter art and the unique culture of the local communities in Wan Chai, Sham Shui Po, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok.
Sat - Sun
Taiwanese superstar Jay Chou is bringing his concert tour to Hong Kong, and he has just added four extra dates to his original six scheduled performances in the city. Tickets are sure to sell out fast, so don't miss your chance!
Thu - Sun
Hong Kong Coliseum
By taking part in the event, you will be part of the AAA's Women Make Art History programme, and create and improve coverage of women and art in Asia on Wikipedia. Bring your laptop, charger and ideas for creating or improving articles on the free website. It's a good idea to create a Wikipedia account in advance.
Fri 14:00 - 20:00
Booth P7, Art Basel in Hong Kong, Convention & Exhibition Centre
ICT Open Day is one of the signature programs of WTISD-HK which is hosted by the Communication Association of Hong Kong (CAHK). An excellent opportunity for aspiring students to meet industry veterans and to get the insider’s view and the prospect of ICT industry. Prepare to be inspired!
Sat 09:00 - 13:00
April 2018 to June 2018
The multi-award-winning Cirque du Soleil brings to the city an all-new production which pays homage to their roots by combining thrilling, heart-stopping acrobatic performances and the art of clowning in the intimate setting of the signature blue-and-yellow Big Top.
Thu - Sun
Central Harbourfront Eventspace
A combination of discovery and learning, Geocaching Competition is a treasury hunt in which students needs to put their GPS technologies in use. Through these entertaining adventure games students could enhance their problem solving skills and expands their knowledge of ICT industry.
Sat 08:30 - 11:30