10 Events For Your Diary This February

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Hard As Nayls Virtual Race

Hosted by The Green Race, this virtual race will take you along the breathtakingly beautiful Clearwater Bay and Ma On Shan country parks. You can take on the 100km race if you’re looking to give yourself a challenge, or opt to tackle a distance of 4, 8, 20, or 50K  – either way you’ll be able to enjoy some gorgeous views and it’ll be for a good cause! This race is aiming to raise $50,000 in donations to support Naylor Education, Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation and Exchange & Empower.

When: Until Sunday, 21 February (cutoff 7pm)
How much: from $4 – register here

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Dear Hong Kong: Diversity In Hong Kong In Full Colour Photo Exhibition

The Lamma Art Collective is proud to host this wonderful photo exhibition by Dear Hong Kong which celebrates the city’s rich and vibrant cultural diversity. Dear Hong Kong is a social project (and recently also became a 200-page photo book!) aimed at capturing and spotlighting the stories of inspiring people of different nationalities who live in Hong Kong.

The Dear Hong Kong team has spent the past year interviewing, photographing and translating the stories of almost 100 interviewees from a range of different backgrounds. Head to this exhibition for a peek into the special project.

When: Until Monday, 22 February, Daily, 9am to 10pm
Where: Lamma Art Collective, 1/F, 23 Yung Shue Wan Main Street, Lamma Island, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Move it for Mental Health

40% of Hong Kong is country parks, yet 80% of Hongkongers do not achieve the daily recommended amount of physical activity. In light of this, Mind Hong Kong is running its Move it for Mental Health campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of exercise on our physical and mental health, challenging everyone to complete 50km in nature this month. Participants who successfully log the distance will be entered into a lucky draw to win a prize courtesy of the supporting organisations.

When: Until Sunday, 28 February
How much: Free! – register here

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Plantdays Collective Pop-Up Store

Following the success of its previous pop-up markets and sustainability street parties, Plantdays is thrilled to announce the opening of its first ever Plantdays Pop-Up Retail Store at PMQ. Open until the end of February, the store will carry a unique selection of carefully curated ethical and sustainable products from small independent local brands, and will also host weekly DIY workshops, intimate discussions, VIP days, sip & shop events, and more! Head here to stay updated on what’s coming up next.

When: Until Sunday, 28 February
Shop S311, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free!

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Navigate Towards Fulfilment

Hosted by Leadership & Life Coach Monica Browning, this four-part explorational course is here to help you gain clarity and find fulfilment in the midst of personal and societal challenges. Apart from the online events, you’ll also receive a personal learning journal, as well as one-to-one time with Monica. Whether you’re looking to find purpose in your life or are seeking to achieve your personal goals, this series is an excellent opportunity to explore, discover and connect with who you truly are.

When: Every Tuesday from 2, February to 23, February, 7:30pm to 9pm
How much: $2,300 – register here

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The Unknown CNY Market

Back by popular demand, Farmhouse Productions is teaming up with Sohofama once again to host another outdoor market to look forward to. Featuring small and sustainable local businesses, you’ll find an array of handmade CNY and Valentine’s Day treats, quirky greeting cards, sustainable fashion pieces, organic skincare and more! What’s more, shoppers can enjoy a complimentary warm cup of plum wine and 10% dining-in on the day.

When: Saturday, 6 February, 12pm to 6pm
Where: Sohofama, SG09, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: Free! – register here

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kapok x The Grey Green Lunar New Year floral workshops

After a successful run of Christmas wreath workshops, kapok will once again join forces with The Grey Green to bring you a series of Chinese New Year floral workshops to ring in the Year of the Ox. Choose between creating a stunning potted flower arrangement or a vibrant New Year’s box that you can bring home or gift your mum, aunt, grandma or in-laws to score some brownie points this Chinese New Year.

When: Saturday, 6 February and Sunday, 7 February, 1pm to 3pm or 4pm to 6pm
Where: kapok PMQ, Unit 10-12, G/F, Hollywood Block, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
How much: $1,980 for the CNY potted flowers workshop; $980 for the New Year’s box workshop – book here

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Street Cleaner Appreciation Week

Our city’s street cleaners work tirelessly to make Hong Kong more liveable and have been working in high risk conditions since the outbreak of Covid-19. This Chinese New Year, local charity ImpactHK are inviting you to show some kindness and appreciation for this hard working community. Simply pass a red packet filled with however much you please to the cleaners around your area – you can also print out this small thank you note created by ImpactHK to go along with your lai see!

When: Thursday, 11 February to Thursday, 18 February
How much: Free! – RSVP here

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Secret Theatres presents Redemption Room

Get ready for an immersive thriller experience that you can take part in from the comfort of your own home (from the looks of the promo video, you’ll need all the comfort you can get)! Presented by Secret Theatres, Redemption Room is an online interactive performance that places you in a position to judge six disgraced celebrities who wish to redeem themselves in the public eye. The experience will involve contestants from six major cities, including Hong Kong! Dim the lights, grab a cushion to hide behind and be prepared for the unexpected!

When: Thursday, 25 February to Saturday, 13 March, 7pm to 10pm
Where: Online via Zoom
How much: $155 – book here

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The Intervention: Live Theatre on Zoom

Treasure Chest Theatre’s first sell out show, The Intervention, is taking on an online format. The show centres on Charlotte who moved to Hong Kong for a new start. After working at a school for a year and with the pressure of COVID-19, her partying lifestyle is taking a toll. Her colleagues stage an intervention over Zoom. Don’t miss this COVID-themed reimagining and your chance to support the independent theatre and local arts community!

When: Friday, 26 and Saturday, 27 February, and Saturday, 6 March
Where: Online via Zoom
How much: $155.99 – book here

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