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"City Impression@Tsim Sha Tsui" thematic exhibition opens at City Gallery

     "City Impression@Tsim Sha Tsui", which is part of a thematic exhibition series showcasing the uniqueness of Hong Kong, opened to the public today (March 27) at the City Gallery. The exhibition will run until June 17.

     Organised by the Planning Department and supported by the Yau Tsim Mong District Council, the exhibition takes visitors on an interesting journey through a series of maps, photos, plans, simulated images and colourful plastic brick models.

     "The 'City Impression@Tsim Sha Tsui' exhibition offers visitors an opportunity to appreciate various aspects of Tsim Sha Tsui in the past and today, as well as upcoming developments in the district. At the end of the journey, visitors can also draw up their own visions for the future of this unique part of Hong Kong," a spokesman for the City Gallery said.

     To complement the thematic exhibition "City Impression@Tsim Sha Tsui", workshops targeting primary school students will be held in six Saturday afternoons during the exhibition period. Participants will be able to make models of unique features of Tsim Sha Tsui using colourful plastic bricks. For more details about "City Impression@Tsim Sha Tsui" and the workshops, please visit the website at

     Located at 3 Edinburgh Place, Central, the City Gallery is the first permanent planning and infrastructure gallery in Hong Kong and was officially opened on August 20, 2012. Occupying five storeys with a floor area of more than 3 200 square metres, the gallery offers a host of interactive exhibits to showcase the uniqueness of Hong Kong in the past and the future, as well as share with the public the vision for city planning and infrastructure projects.

Ends/Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Issued at HKT 14:01


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