Sunday, October 25, 2015


Year after year, Hong Kong delights its civilians to numerous events in celebration of the most sought after party as Autumn happens. And now, the final Halloween week is here. To name a few, here are some of them you shouldn't miss.


Now, this event doesn't come 'til November but the registration for you or your group is only up until TODAY.

"We are excited to announce Secret Walls Hong Kong and Jam City HK will be taking over the Robot Stage for a series of live art and break/street dance battles.

This will be the first time in HK Secret Walls has hosted team battles, with 4 x 4 artists going head to head, mixed up with hip hop/breaks and funk djs and bloc party style battles/jams. See the image in comment session for information on how to compete in the live art battles. For information on how to compete in the break dancing battles please visit".

So if you or your crew are interested to compete, this is your last chance to submit your group's portfolio. Best of luck!


The Bluebird of Happiness is a musical adaptation of the play written by Belgian playwright and Nobel Prize Winner Maurice Maeterlinck.

It is about a brother and a sister who went on a quest for the magical blue bird, which leads them to exciting adventures and meet enchanting characters that helped them learn a heart-warming and valuable lesson.

In Christmas of 2013, Asia's premiere Christian theatre group TRUMPETS brought the story back to the stage for a new generation to enjoy, under the direction of Jaime Del Mundo and original music by Rony Fortich.

This production has received numerous acclamation and rave reviews for its captivating story, music, talented cast, and magical production design.

Show dates are:

October 29-30 = 7:30pm
October 31-Nov. 1 = 2:30pm and 7:30pm

Click here for more information regarding ticket pricing, show location and cast.


The crowd may get into you if you have astigmatism. You would want to groove into the music but you are claustrophobic. Avoiding Lan Kwai Fong crowds may come in handy but you are not a loser to let go of a good night and you don't want to let go of the good fun.

Stockton is the place for you, enter without a fee or book a table now and receive champagne on the house!

"Join us this Halloween for Debauchery at Stockton. The perfect hideway for you and your friends to get spooked and party the night away in your best Halloween outfits.

Join us for FREE FLOW (House wine and spirits) from 7-10pm for $390 HKD

(Bookings of 4 pax)

Best Dressed Competition -WIN 10K STOCKTON CREDIT!!!!
Come in your best costume and REGISTER with us by 11PM
Winners must be present at Stockton to collect prize.

DJ Line Up
Sol Passion Music DJs
Mike Wolf
Ed Rollo

DJ Fowler
JANNETTE SLACK (Janette Slack World)"

To the music lovers out there, get hold of these for continued education:

"Traces of Silk Road I

Date: 30 October 2015 (Friday)
Time: 7:30 PM
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Studio Theatre


Priscila Chu - 

Austin Yip - 
String Quartet No. 2: Territory

Christopher Coleman -
Caves of Dunhuang (Triptych III)

Chamber Ensemble sul Ponte
The Chamber Ensemble sul Ponte is established under nonprofit organization Ponte della Musica in 2014. Musicians of the ensemble are mostly alumni of the Department of Music, HKBU, and local music talents, who share the same mission of contributing to the community through performing arts and music education. Therefore, besides appearing as performers in concerts, musicians also serve as conductors/ instructors of the other five ensembles of Ponte della Musica, namely Junior String Orchestra, Junior Chinese Orchestra, Junior Wind Ensemble, Cello Ensemble, and Voce sul Ponte. Rehearsing all year round, they inspire amateurs, school children to the elderly on the journey of musicianship.

Inspired by this city where East meets West, Ponte della Musica seeks to advocate art music in Hong Kong and puts a strong accent on the melding of Chinese and Western cultures. Through commissioning and delivering fusion art music performances, as well as promoting cross-cultural exchanges, we provide opportunities for young musicians to build on their talents and scale new heights. This Friday, the Chinese instrumentalists of the Chamber Ensemble will present solo pieces, as well as silk and bamboo music with Dr. Wong Chuen Fung.

Free admission with ticket. Limited number of free-admission tickets will be distributed at the Enquiry Counter of Hong Kong Cultural Centre from 9.10.2015 (9am) onwards. Each person can obtain up to two tickets on a first-come-first-served basis. (Hong Kong Cultural Centre Enquiry: 27342009)

For BU Staff or students, you could come to MUS General Office (AST801) to collect the tickets from 9.10.2015 within the office hour(09:00am - 1:00pm, 2:00pm - 5:45pm)."


You have the choice to make your Halloween night a productive one. With Dance for Joy's series of dance classes, you can have fun, celebrate Halloween and shed off extra pounds. On top of it all, you may do this with your kids and friends altogether. The kids got their own class and can create new friends while you concentrate on your hot bod to strut in that costume you chose.

Join my friends Bill and Faye as they specially made this night spooky ad fun by adding a dress code and tattoos in the usual classes they offer.

Please feel free to post other events that you may be holding this Halloween that you'd like to be featured. Trick or Treat y'all!

Related posts:

1. CHALLENGE TO THE ANGELS - Check these artists who had the guts to challenge Victoria's Secret Angels on the runway. It might give you an idea of what to be this Halloween.

2. HALLOWEEN COUTOR MAKE UP IDEAS - You don't want to dress up? Just come with your fab make up and I'm sure you'd be featured one way or another with these ideas.

3. NATIONAL DANCE DAY - In honour of the National Dance Day, I have written about the projects that I had done as a dancer and a performing artist to share the impact DANCE had given to my life.

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