@harbourartshk lights up with new addition artwork 'Serene Green 清幽翠綠' (2018) by #KoSinTung !
The neon green installation in Western Garden projects the four Chinese characters ‘Serene Green’ that translates to an environment surrounded by greenery, serenity, natures overwhelming charm, and its indisputable beauty. Ko presents a play on the conception and the irony embedded in the four words that customarily accompany the advertisements for luxury real-estate, and in this case a particular online advertisement of a flat located in Mid-levels West, Hong Kong. Delving into Serene Green, Ko measures the power of the words that play a role of a crucial element in determining the action of acquiring real estate in the present-day.
On view everyday from 6pm - 10pm. 26 – 31 March from 10am - 10pm at Western Garden, #Wanchai
Courtesy of Harbour Arts Sculpture Park. Photography by Caster Cheung.
This Japanese restaurant is so popular in Instagram recently and I can see posts about it quite often. I thought there would be many ppl so I booked lunch via openrice beforehand. But it turned out that there were still empty tables. We spent some time deciding which set to order. Actually there is not many choices, especially after they explained the difference between the cheap and expensive sets- you just won't choose the cheaper one🤦🏻♀️ We ordered a sashimi set and a sushi set. You can choose to have udon or don/rolls and I kind of regret I didn't choose udon as both rolls and don are tuna. Tbh, the quality is far from those authentic omakase and the price is not that cheap. I would prefer to go other jap restaurant to order sushi separately. 🙈But one thing I admire is their service for children. And still, the food is very instagram-able 😂