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File-7---CSC---06M-中門神W250xH420mm, China

The warriors are Qin Qiong (left) and Wei Chi Gong (right), the pair are posted up on the front doors (traditional Chinese doors are in pair) of the house to protect it from evils.  Click here to see the full story of how they became the door gods.

This pair of door gods are of the category “Cavalry Door Gods with Bian Jian”, they are riding on horses and holding the traditional weapons known as “bian” and “jian”.  Sometimes they are displayed riding on mythical creatures and holding sacred objects.

Come to see the actual print and many others at the
New Year Print Exhibition



New Year Prints are traditional decorations for the Chinese New Year, the theme of these wood block prints are most often blessings and well wishes.

This year to celebrate the Year of the Ram, over 100 prints we have collected over the years will be on show and available for sale.


10th Anniversary exhibition
In Conversations with 100 local artists

The exhibition showcases five series of artworks, four of the new series of artworks by the gallery artists Chris Lo, Alannala Lau, Kennis Chan and Jiwye To. One of the highlight collaborative art piece created by the 100 local artists, featuring an installation consisting of 100 small pieces, each measured by 25x25cm; this installation thus embodies an intimate connection among the participating artists and creates a visual dialogue where artists may interact with each other and gain new insidghts on local contemporary art.

YY9 Gallery
Unit 206, 2/F., Phase I, Chai Wan Industrial City, 60 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong

Opening Hours: Wed – Sat 1-7pm
ends 31 March 2015


Dunhuang – Untold Tales, Untold Riches

Dunhuang was a major city along the silk road, the Dunhuang caves are a time capsule of the arts, religion, history of the period.

The artifacts in the exhibition are replicas which included 3 full size caves and a 13 meter long Buddha.
I do appreciate that the works have not been destroy for our pleasure and benefits.  The replicas are more than good enough for me.
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum

open till 16 March 2015 (close tue)

geishaBe sure not to miss the exhibition;

Japanese Poster Artist
Cherry Blossom & Asceticism

14.10.14 – 30.03.15 (close tue)
10:00 – 20:00
Ground Floor of d-mart, HKDI and IVE
3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O, 
New Territories, Hong Kong

For those of us who indulge in the memory of old Hong Kong, dont miss the chance to see Fan Ho‘s work in Hong Kong.
His photos not only capture the history of time but also the romance and humor.  It is as if one would re-enter this filmic place through the frame of his camera.

Exhibition of Fan Ho

AO Vertical
1-13F Asia One Tower, 8 Fung Yip Street, Chai Wan
(exhibition ends 31 Jan 2015)


“In the beginning, all is without form and void.  Subsequent to collision, interaction and convergence, order is created; form and cognition appeared.  That’s how our story begins.

Seven individuals; seven entangled minds converged through clay and expressed in one exhibition.

Akin to many urbanites, we live with heavy workloads and pressure in everyday life.  Pottery cleanses our souls; mends cracks of regrets left behind as we grow up; clears tangled thoughts; awakens the seed of creativity buried deep within us.  It nourishes our lives.”


14 – 28.08.2014
(tue – sun, 13:00 – 18:00)

Pottery Workshop Gallery
G/F, 24 Upper Station Street,
Sheung Wan,
Hong Kong

For those who are in London or planning on a trip to London, please do not miss out on the British Folk Art exhibition at the Tate Britain.  Its on till the 31st of August.

Click here to find out more about the course and other activities for this exhibition.

Fabric lovers!  For the joint venture of Soil X Mountain Folkcraft, Something Old Something New, Mountain Folkcraft is holding a fabric exhibition.  Hand woven fabric such as ikat,lime bean paste resist dye, wax resist dye, brocade, tie dye, discharge dye, patchwork.  Also featuring are the creations by artists from Soil; Cotton Car, Denise Chan, Furze and Seung.

Come visit us!

DIA75xH165mm, China

This item selected by Furze for the Something Old Something New exhibition and is available at both Mountain Folkcraft and Soil.

This is a traditional Chinese white glaze candle stand, this can be seen by the small hole on center of the top dish.  The traditional candle has a bamboo stick attached to the bottom, the candle would be secured by inserting it into the small hole.  Candle stands have been around since the 3 Kingdoms period (210AD) until the Tang dynasty they have been more descriptive and elaborated capturing the shape an animal or a plant, etc.  From the Sung dynasty, the form became more utilitarian and the 2 level form are the most common.

Talking about candles, I would like to share with you the candles hand made and designed by my friend Maha Alusi in Berlin.  And of course her view on “Passing Moments”.