4 ‑ 30 Dec 2022 (everyday) 1 ‑ 7pm (6 hours)
6/F, Foo Tak Building, 365 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
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It is about the hot weather. A series of drawings and collages are composed to create the moving image featuring everyday life and Hong Kong movies.

According to Hong Kong Observatory, July 2022 was the hottest month in Hong Kong since records began in 1884. There were 10 days with daily maximum temperatures equal to or higher than 35.0 degrees, the highest number in a month on record and also breaking the record for a year. With total of 25 hot nights and 21 very hot days, July 2022 was the month with the highest number of hot nights and very hot days in a month on record. Under the influence of the subtropical ridge, the subsiding air blocked the formation of clouds. With plenty of sunshine and free of clouds, the temperature rose.

Long hours of exposure to brilliant sunshine may cause dizziness, headache, nausea, and even unconsciousness.

Take rest and drink plenty of water.