The exhibition features the work of the local micro-modelling studio, TOMA Miniatures, with five different zones, each displaying mini replicas of classic Hong Kong ‘stories’. It offers a nostalgic walk through the city’s cultural heritage, celebrating some of its most treasured rituals, traditions and memories. In-keeping with TOMA’s signature style, each scene is a beautifully intricate work of art, showcasing 21 exquisite micro models and with nine scenes and attractions.
In celebration of Hong Kong’s most treasured rituals, traditions and memories, FWD has specially collaborated with House 1881’s Café Parlour and Fortune Villa to recreate the city’s favourite dishes for the exhibition. Guests are invited to pay a visit to the mentioned restaurants to enjoy the Nostalgia Afternoon Tea Set and Nostalgia Dishes respectively after their experience at the exhibition, to reminisce with sight, sound and taste. Available till 31 March 2020.
FWD has also created interactive workshops and tours for the public to explore the stories of Hong Kong from different angles. There are limited seats for workshops, advanced registration is required.
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