21 Jun ‑ 10 Jul 2018 (everyday) 10am ‑ 8pm (10 hours)
35 Aberdeen St, Central
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After thousands of years of evolution, Hanzi (Chinese characters) still takes an indispensable role in our daily life nowadays. But,
how could designers utilize ‘Hanzi’ to construct their thoughts and present the aesthetic values? Come and visit the ‘Hanzi
Exhibition’ hosted by PMQ to adore and applaud the magnificent ‘Hanzi’ by yourself!



Sponsored by *Create Hong Kong (CreateHK) and curated by local veteran designer Benny Au, the exhibition showcases the work of more than 100 designers from Hong Kong, mainland China, Taiwan, Macau, Japan and Korea, where Hanzi is still being used.
Meanwhile, the Exhibition explores the changes, development and future of Hanzi through its interaction with modern social life and the influences of modern technology.

Among the featured designers, there are renowned artists such as, Dr Kan Tai-keung and Sammy Or from Hong Kong; Han Jia Ying and Jiang Hua from mainland China; Katsumi Asaba and Kazunari Hattori from Japan; as well as Yu Ming-lung from Taiwan. The
new generation of designers also showcase their works with forward-looking perspectives.



There is also an array of activities which are all free of charge, including Hanzi Dialogue, Design Workshops and Parent-child
Workshops. (Some workshops are full)
Online Registration: https://hanzi-exhibition.eventbrite.hk (Registration available from now on)

*Online registration is required. Quota is limited and registration will be processed on a first-come-first-served basis.


Open Workshop: One Hanzi A Day

Apart from the definition from dictionary, what else you can think of when you see different characters? One hanzi a day in hanzi
exhibition. Be inspired and create your own hanzi!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hanziexhibition2018/
Instagram: hanziexhibition

*Create Hong Kong Disclaimer
Disclaimer: The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region provides funding support to the project only, and does not otherwise take part in the project. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials/events (or by members of the project team) are those of the project organisers only and do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Communications and Creative Industries Branch of the Commerce and Economic
Development Bureau, Create Hong Kong, the CreateSmart Initiative Secretariat or the CreateSmart Initiative Vetting Committee.