December 2016 to April 2017
Hosted by the Mozarteum University of Salzburg, Austria, this competition is a golden opportunity for young musicians to show what they can do. There are two categories - piano and violin, so if you play either of these, consider signing up for a chance to win a cash prize.
Thu - Sun
If you love the city's feathered friends, you won't want to miss Hong Kong Wetland Park's signature winter event that's all about birds.
Thu - Mon
Hong Kong Wetland Park
February 2017 to March 2017
Award-winning French visual artist Emmanuel Monzon's photography exhibition celebrates snapshots of urban life using different camera lenses and angles.
Charbon Art Space
March 2017 to April 2017
Technology is advancing rapidly at an impressive rate and across various fields, and Big Data now sustains the developement of Hong Kong. It's evolving at so much it really inspires the question: where will technology be in 20 years? We want you to show us your creativity and ideas about this in a 4-panel comic strip!
Wed - Sat
Modern day leadership has evolved. It’s no longer about hoarding power for yourself, it’s about sharing it. “Servant leadership” shares authority, puts others’ needs first, and helps people develop and perform to the best of their abilities. Describe, in no more than 1,000 words, what you think are key elements to being a successful...
Wed - Sat
Masterpieces by the legendary artist, dedicated to his second wife Jacqueline. These pieces - 12 linocuts and one oil portrait - are being exhibited outside Spain for the first time. Not to be missed!
Fri - Tue
Living Room Museum, Times Square
Art Central is coming back to Hong Kong for the third time, featuring masterpieces from 100 international galleries. There will be a wide range of works, including photography, new media, street art, and ink and textile arts.
Tue - Sat
French Internationl School's annual fashion show promotes creativity among students and sustainable fashion production. Proceedings will go to Redress, a local NGO who fights against waste in the fashion industry.
Sat 19:00 - 22:00
French International School
March 2017 to May 2017
An exhibition highlighting the routinely challenged ideas around male and female roles and behaviour in popular culture. Some 90 works dating from the 1960s to 2016 will be on display.
Fri - Sun
M+ Pavilion, West Kowloon Cultural District
From yoga to strength and cardio training, Adidas offers a range of one-hour classes for free.
Sat - Sun
Sixteen teams featuring former Sevens stars, internationals, and other top professional players will compete for the Bill Burgess Cup.
Wed - Thu
Hong Kong Football Club
ICT Open Day is one of the signature programmes of WTISD-HK, which is hosted by the Communication Association of Hong Kong (CAHK). It provides students a great opportunity to interact with senior executives and understand the realities of the ICT industry, what prospects there are in it, and how they can be involved.
Sat 09:00 - 13:00
Celebrate Hong Kong's diversity by ushering in the Thai New Year in Kowloon City, commonly known as Hong Kong's Little Thailand.
Sun 12:00 - 18:00
Carpenter Road Playground
See world-famous two-wheelers do amazing things on the track.
Wed - Sun
Hong Kong Velodrome
A series of interesting STEM activities, including competitions and interactive workshops to inspire innovative ideas, awaits you this Easter.
Fri - Mon
Building 12W (Phase 3), Hong Kong Science Park
To commemorate Earth Day, YCIS Hong Kong invites students from across the territory to produce a huge piece of eco-friendly artwork. A recycled white canvas as well as eco-friendly paint and pens will be provided; you’re welcome to bring your own eco-friendly tools.
Sat 11:00 - 15:30
Yew Chung International School of Hong Kong
A joy-ride through the world of science. From rock banging to rocket blasting, discover how playing with fire took us from cave-dwellers to space travellers and why the first space venturers weren’t even human … were they aliens?
Thu - Sun
Drama Theatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Known for the intimate and whimsical nature of her songs, the multi-talented singer-songwriter will play her first headline show in the city.
KITEC Music Zone
The Geocaching Competition is a treasure hunt that incorporates GPS technology and good old fashion adventure games that challenges students’ problem solving skills, and provides them a fun opportunity to learn more about the ICT industry. For more information, please visit www.cahk.hk/WTISD2017
Sat 08:30 - 11:30
The multi-platinum-selling, Grammy Award-winning US pop star who ruled the airwaves around the turn of the millennium will perform in Hong Kong