Events
11:00 am
After a year, Touch Ceramics is delighted to curate another Japanese Teaware Exhibition named ‘Moving on in Silence’. Silence is one of the essence of Japanese Tea Ceremony. In Silence, we can hear our inner voice and find our way forward.​ In this Autumn, we wish this exhibition, together with a lot of Japanese Tea Ceremony-related workshops, can bring participants the peace of mind, as well as help to move on and make positive progression in lives. ​To make sure the atmosphere of the exhibition is quiet and soothing, the exhibition is by appointment. We sincerely invite you to select your preferred time slot for the exhibition online, and let us serve you a bowl of Japanese matcha as well as a piece of dessert after the guided tour of the exhibition. Exhibition Period:2019.10.10 – 11.03 Venue:Touch Ceramics Time:1100-1900(Closes on Mondays and Public Holidays) Entrance fee:$80 The entrance fee includes: Guided tour of the exhibition A bowl of Japanese Matcha and a piece of Japanese dessert $80 Coupon for any purchase at the exhibition on that day More details>>>https://www.touchceramics.com/current-exhibition
Touch Ceramics
11:00 am
After a year, Touch Ceramics is delighted to curate another Japanese Teaware Exhibition named ‘Moving on in Silence’. Silence is one of the essence of Japanese Tea Ceremony. In Silence, we can hear our inner voice and find our way forward.​ In this Autumn, we wish this exhibition, together with a lot of Japanese Tea Ceremony-related workshops, can bring participants the peace of mind, as well as help to move on and make positive progression in lives. ​To make sure the atmosphere of the exhibition is quiet and soothing, the exhibition is by appointment. We sincerely invite you to select your preferred time slot for the exhibition online, and let us serve you a bowl of Japanese matcha as well as a piece of dessert after the guided tour of the exhibition. Exhibition Period:2019.10.10 – 11.03 Venue:Touch Ceramics Time:1100-1900(Closes on Mondays and Public Holidays) Entrance fee:$80 The entrance fee includes: Guided tour of the exhibition A bowl of Japanese Matcha and a piece of Japanese dessert $80 Coupon for any purchase at the exhibition on that day More details>>>https://www.touchceramics.com/current-exhibition
Touch Ceramics
11:00 am
After a year, Touch Ceramics is delighted to curate another Japanese Teaware Exhibition named ‘Moving on in Silence’. Silence is one of the essence of Japanese Tea Ceremony. In Silence, we can hear our inner voice and find our way forward.​ In this Autumn, we wish this exhibition, together with a lot of Japanese Tea Ceremony-related workshops, can bring participants the peace of mind, as well as help to move on and make positive progression in lives. ​To make sure the atmosphere of the exhibition is quiet and soothing, the exhibition is by appointment. We sincerely invite you to select your preferred time slot for the exhibition online, and let us serve you a bowl of Japanese matcha as well as a piece of dessert after the guided tour of the exhibition. Exhibition Period:2019.10.10 – 11.03 Venue:Touch Ceramics Time:1100-1900(Closes on Mondays and Public Holidays) Entrance fee:$80 The entrance fee includes: Guided tour of the exhibition A bowl of Japanese Matcha and a piece of Japanese dessert $80 Coupon for any purchase at the exhibition on that day More details>>>https://www.touchceramics.com/current-exhibition
Touch Ceramics
11:00 am
After a year, Touch Ceramics is delighted to curate another Japanese Teaware Exhibition named ‘Moving on in Silence’. Silence is one of the essence of Japanese Tea Ceremony. In Silence, we can hear our inner voice and find our way forward.​ In this Autumn, we wish this exhibition, together with a lot of Japanese Tea Ceremony-related workshops, can bring participants the peace of mind, as well as help to move on and make positive progression in lives. ​To make sure the atmosphere of the exhibition is quiet and soothing, the exhibition is by appointment. We sincerely invite you to select your preferred time slot for the exhibition online, and let us serve you a bowl of Japanese matcha as well as a piece of dessert after the guided tour of the exhibition. Exhibition Period:2019.10.10 – 11.03 Venue:Touch Ceramics Time:1100-1900(Closes on Mondays and Public Holidays) Entrance fee:$80 The entrance fee includes: Guided tour of the exhibition A bowl of Japanese Matcha and a piece of Japanese dessert $80 Coupon for any purchase at the exhibition on that day More details>>>https://www.touchceramics.com/current-exhibition
Touch Ceramics
Jan 25 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 26 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 27 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 28 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 29 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 30 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Jan 31 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 1 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 2 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 3 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 4 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 5 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 6 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 7 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 8 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen
Feb 9 @ 8:45 am – 6:30 pm
8:45 am
Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree is legendary since 600 years ago. This is one of the age-old traditions of Chinese New Year in Hong Kong. People used to write their wishes on a placard and tie it to a mandarin tree, which is considered an auspicious fruit. It is believed that by throwing the placard up high onto the tree without falling back will make your wishes come true. There are also food vendors selling local snacks and traditional Hakka food, as well as daily cultural performances like singing and lion dances. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/vgAWSwXmsBuoemPV8
Lam Tsuen