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Upcoming Top 11 Events in Hong Kong that shouldn't be Missed

Upcoming Top 11 Events in Hong Kong that shouldn't be missed Dunhuang -Untold Tales, I. Untold Riches Date: 28 November 2014 to 16 March 2015 Venue: Hong Kong Heritage Museum This exhibition showcases nearly 120 artifacts of Dunhuang grotto art including three valuable replica caves, a 13-metre-long statue of Buddha, copies of the cave murals, and more. The Phantom Of the Opera Date: 21 December 2014 to 18 January 2015 Venue: Asia World Expo One of the world's most cherished and popular musicals, seen by over 130 million people in more than 27 countries and the winner of over 50 major theatre awards, is coming to Hong Kong. 3. 12th Hong Kong . Food Festival Date: 25-29 December 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Held annually during Christmas, this is one of the largest indoor food festival in Hong Kong. 12th Hong Kong Mega Showcase Date: 25-28 December 2014 Venue: Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre Showcasing everything from house wares to electronics, motor accessories to luxury cars, this expo has it all. 5 Dragon and Lion Dance Extravaganza 2015 Date: 1 January 2015 Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza The Festival brings lots of fun and surprises to locals and visitors alike with its out-of-this-world Chinese dragon and lion dance, Kung Fu performances and wonderful theatrical shows, presenting the traditional culture of Hong Kong. 6. Hong Kong Masters Date: 13-15 February 2015 Venue: Asia World Expo Hong Kong welcomes the world's elite show jumping riders for the Hong Kong Masters, which brings together the world's top 25 riders for a spectacle that fans of the sport will not want to miss. Hong Kong Arts Festival Date: 27 February to 29 March 2015 Venue: Various venues The Hong Kong Arts Festival (HKAF) - the pinnacle of Hong Kong's performing arts events - showcases Asia's top talents alongside leading artists from around the world. 2014 Hong Kong WinterFest 8. Date: 5 December 2014 - 1 January 2015 Venue: Various Venues Selected by CNN as one of the Top 10 places to spend Christmas, Asia's world city celebrates the holiday season with its colourful WinterFest. 9. The Statue Square Christmas Tree Date: 5 December 2014 -1 January 2015 Venue: North Statue Square, Central, Hong Kong Island classic Christmas tree will spread the love and joy of the season from the heart of the city in Statue Square. Come with your loved ones to soak in the enchanting atmosphere. Hong Kong Well-N Wishing Festival 2015 10. Date: 19 February to 5 March 2015 Venue: Lam Tsuen Wishing Square, Lam Tsuen, Tai Po Lunar New Year Lantern Carnivals showcase lantern displays and performances featuring Chinese ethnic dance and songs, traditional stage arts, Hong Kong intangible cultural heritage items and more. Turandot by The I. Hong Kong Ballet Date: 6-8 February 2015 Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Australia's Natalie Weir has adapted this opera of power, lust and revenge into a visually stunning ballet. Turandot has the power to intrigue and beguile audiences with its deep reflection upon the nature of true love. SOURCES festivals/index.html?eventiD=71102 POWERED BY Media Mosaic Diferantiate yourself. |IITTTT

Upcoming Top 11 Events in Hong Kong that shouldn't be Missed

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