Why keep Hong Kong’s light show going with no tourists, artist asks as part of show exploring his personal and political fascination with lights

//Why keep Hong Kong’s light show going with no tourists, artist asks as part of show exploring his personal and political fascination with lights

Why keep Hong Kong’s light show going with no tourists, artist asks as part of show exploring his personal and political fascination with lights

Hit by anti-government protests and the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Hong Kong has undergone a lot of changes since June last year. However, one daily occurrence has remained constant throughout – something that artist Mark Chung finds a little absurd.“One thing that hasn’t changed is the Symphony of Lights – it’s there, eight o’clock every [night],” says the 30-year-old, referring to the light and sound show organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board that projects over Victoria Harbour to…

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By | 2020-09-03T09:15:16+00:00 September 3rd, 2020|Entertainment|Comments Off on Why keep Hong Kong’s light show going with no tourists, artist asks as part of show exploring his personal and political fascination with lights