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No.6  June, 2016    
  International Arts Carnival to offer summer fun
This summer, the International Arts Carnival will offer a splendid array of inspirational and enjoyable programmes for all. Organised by the Hong Kong Government’s Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the annual summer arts festival will run from 8 July to 7 August. Artists and performing groups from around the world including Australian comedian Tom Flanagan, along with local groups will perform a variety of entertainment programmes across the form of multimedia theatre, puppetry, music, dance, interactive theatre for infants, clown theatre, music theatre, magic and films.  Read more about the programmes here.
  Muse Fest Hong Kong 2016
Join the free events to explore the fun and fascinating world of art under the Muse Fest 2016 to be held from 25 June to 10 July. The festival features four main categories, namely the Muse Fest Special Activities, the Museum Inside Out Programme Series, the Exhibition and Film Show Series and the Educational and Extension Activity Series, among a total of 100 programmes and activities.  For details, please read here.
  Hong Kong Pulse 3D Light Show at Summer Fun
Enjoy truly magical moments in the form of a spectacular 3D light show with exciting audio visual effects at the iconic buildings of the Hong Kong Culture Centre and the Clock Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui from 5 to 28 August. This exhilarating experience will coincide with the Hong Kong Summer Fun 2016 to be staged in the months of July and August, offering a frenzy of activities ranging from pop concerts and theme park attractions to food expos, book fairs and exclusive offers of shopping and dining. Come time to wind down and enjoy the fun! Read more about Summer Fun here.

Read more about 3D light show here.
  "New Life @ Heritage II" roving exhibition
A roving exhibition to feature three historic buildings - the Green Hub (Old Tai Po Police Station), Stone Houses Family Garden (Stone Houses) and Viva Blue House (the Blue House Cluster) is running now until 30 December. These three government-owned historic buildings were preserved and put to innovative use. Entitled "New Life @ Heritage II", the exhibition will be held at government venues and shopping malls. The exhibition features a video corner, large-scale three-dimensional models and an interactive photo booth in addition to information panels. Read more about the exhibition here.
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