Friyay! What's on in Hong Kong?

Illustration and photo manipulation by the Kreative lab

Illustration and photo manipulation by the Kreative lab

What's on in Hong Kong?

Another week gone, now bring on the weekend! Hong Kong is such a vibrant city that there's always something on, here are some not to be missed events this weekend.



Leonardo Da Vinci

Leonardo da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi or Saviour of the World is showing in Hong Kong at Christie's for four days ahead of it's auction at Christie's in New York next month. Salvator Mundi has only been confirmed as an authentic Da Vinci in 2011 and was said to be created around the same time as the infamous Mona Lisa.

Christie's schedule for public viewing as follows:
Friday – 1pm-5.30pm
Saturday – 10.30am-5:30pm
Sunday – 10.30am-2.30pm, 4.30pm-5.30pm
Monday – 10:30am-2pm
Free Admission


Museum of the Moon

Luke Jerram

For the first time in Asia, Luke Jerram's Lunar artwork installation which was based on detailed NASA imagery of the lunar surface is on show at Lee Tung Avenue up until October 31.
Free Admission

EcoChic Design Award 2017

Following the Centrestage show last month, Hysan Place in Causeway Bay will be showcasing innovative and eco-friendly pieces from the finalist of this year's Centrestage EcoChic Design Award. 

Last day is tomorrow October 14! 
Free Admission