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Lunar New Year Thematic Lantern Exhibition
Exhibition on Craftsmanship of Festive Dragon/Lion Making

New Territories East Lunar New Year Lantern Carnival
Joyous Garden

5.2.2012 (Sun)
7:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Tseung Kwan O Po Tsui Park

The lantern installations at the Carnival site will be open to the public on 3 - 6.2.2012 (Fri-Mon), 6pm-11pm
Enjoy the Lunar New Year with families and friends in the “Joyous Garden”!


Programme Highlight

Chinese Ethnic Songs and Dance - Grand Stage

National Song and Dance Troupe of Inner Mongolia Hing’a

National Song and Dance Troupe of Inner Mongolia Hing'a will showcase excellent performances in the Urban and New Territories Lunar New Years Lantern carnivals including spectacular folk songs & dance, distinctive xöömei and matouqin performance; and Mongolia folk craft such as Bark Painting and paper-cutting.

The performances are supported by the Office for Cultural Affairs with Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Regions, Ministry of Culture of People’s Republic of China.

Folk craft of Guangdong and Hong Kong

Demonstration of Chinese folk craft - dough figurines and finger painting by Guangdong masters.
Supported by Department of Culture of Guangdong Province

Demonstration on small palatial lantern making by local masters.


Art Pavilion

Enjoy yourself at the “Arts Pavilion”! There are a lot to surprise you – Face and hand painting, paper-folding, handicrafts workshops and more!


Other Programmes

Other spectacular programmes include unicorn dance performed by Hang Hau Rural Committee Unicorn Team, juggling and puppet performances, choir performances, harmonica, accordion and saxophone performances, as well as lantern riddle quiz. Roving artists will also parade at the Carnival.

Grand Stage

Choir Performances
Hong Kong Sai Kung Chorus
Unicorn Dance Performances
Hang Hau Rural Committee Unicorn Team
Spectacular Chinese Pastoral Folk Songs and Dance Performances
National Song and Dance Troupe of Inner Mongolia Hing'a

Art Pavilion

Showcase of Chinese Folk Craft
Mongolia—Bark pictures and paper-cutting
Guangdong- Dough figurines and finger painting

Paper-folding workshop

Hong Kong Origami Society
Handicrafts workshop
Feeling Chinese Traditional Art and Culture Association
Face/hand painting

Fringe Shows

Harmonica Performances
Hong Kong Harmonica Association
Accordion Performances
Accordion Troupe Hong Kong
Saxophone Performances
La Sax

Lantern Riddle Quiz

CCSL Consultants

Best Wishes


Lantern Installations

Welcome! Dragon
Sweet Tastes
Trivial Delights
Merry Go Round
Spring Tinkles


Programmes are presented in Cantonese.
Naked-flame lanterns, alcoholic drinks, aerosol sprays, metallic balloons or bottles are prohibited inside the Carnival Site.
The organizer reserves the right to suspend or terminate admission into event sites depending on the prevailing condition of the venues. Please follow the on-site directions given by the organizer and the Police.
Programmes are subject to change without prior notice. Contents of the programmes do not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.