“Read-alone, Sing-along”

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“Read-alone, Sing-along”

Shading under a pavilion is a deep-rooted cultural activity in Hong Kong with a practical reason. If we were given an opportunity to redefine this behaviour, a phrase would come to mind: at ease. Pavilions are usually built at sites of feng-shui that literally favours airflow and water flow and subsequently cools down one’s state of mind. At “Hot is Cool”, you can enjoy reading, and music, all at ease.

“Read-alone” Booking Sharing:
Sharing on Reading: What is the coolest book to read at the pavilion?

Cho Man Wai (Little Grass, veteran editor and contributing writer to “Hot is Cool”),
Peter Wong (Chief Editor of magazine p),
Fong Tai Chor (Renowned author and blogger on fashion and culture),
Topaz Leung (Renowned photographer)

1:30pm - 2:30pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza

“Sing-along” Live Music Performance:
Ewan Ho
Jason Cheung Hon Yau

2:30pm - 4:00pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza

1:30pm - 4:00pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza 10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong