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Comixtream in the City - Wan Chai Comix Archi-Walk 漫遊灣仔 建築行

灣仔是香港最早發展的市區之一,亦是最能體現香港特殊文化的地區之一,新舊交融的建築物紛陳,訴說不一樣的灣仔故事。如果你最近經過灣仔街角,就會發現公共藝術項目【漫遊城市 – 灣仔】正為這區的建築增添一層色彩,藝術家們紛紛透過牆上的筆跡,以動漫元素裝飾香港藝術中心、修頓遊樂場、稅務大樓及動漫基地附近的燈柱,藉此訴説藝術家們自己的故事。


報名對象: 公眾
日期:2018年3月30日 (星期五, 公眾假期)

導賞建築師及漫畫家:雷冠源建築師 (香港建築中心 副主席)及曹志豪漫畫家
語言: 英語 

導賞建築師及漫畫家:楊穎心建築師 (香港建築中心「建築行」委員會主席) 及曹志豪漫畫家
語言: 廣東話

如欲查詢,請聯絡馮小姐 / 2582 0229


現於AGC Design擔任助理董事,工餘致力推廣香港精彩建築,現為香港建築中心副主席及都神學苑校長,為中心定期舉辦及構思特別主題的建築遊、建築講座,又設立都神學苑等,讓公眾及造訪香港的遊客了解,欣賞和珍惜關於建築的知識和價值。

現為10 Design 主任建築師及香港建築中心「建築行」委員會主席。於海外學習及工作逾10年,相比其他城市,香港的獨特色彩更值得欣賞。通過多年於建築界的實踐及磨練、結合設計及工程上的經驗,一同與各界人士用不同觀點探索本城的獨特性。

曾服務於文化傳信、天下出版社、玉皇朝等各大漫畫機構。主編包括 <<吸血鬼獵人>>, <<殺手>>, <<死角>>等作品。2015 年,曹志豪獲選為「全港十大漫畫家」之一。




Wan Chai is one of Hong Kong’s earliest developed districts and has profound historical and cultural presence. Have you spotted the newly added Public Art which is part of the “Comixtream in the City – Wan Chai” project that invited local artists to decorate Hong Kong Arts Centre, Southorn Playground, Revenue Tower and the lampposts surrounding Comix Home Base with ani-com elements? The district has fascinating tales and architecture of the old and the new to tell. 

Comixtream in the City - Wan Chai Comix Archi-Walk is a collaboration between the Hong Kong Arts Centre and the Hong Kong Architecture Centre sponsored by Create Hong Kong of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. It covers twoin-depth guided tours separately led by the renowned architects Joe Lui and Ivy Yung at Hong Kong Architecture Centre, partnering with the established comics artist Jerry Cho, who will explain to the tour participants his artistic concept of his public comics art mural at one of the interior walls of the Southorn Playground. Lui and Yung will also share their insights of Wan Chai, including its history, heritage and exclusive architectural features, etc.

Tour and Registration Details:

Audience: Public
Fee: Free admission
Assembly point: Main Entrance, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Date: 30 March, 2018 (Friday, Public Holiday)

Tour A:
Time: 3:30pm – 6pm
Guided tour architect speaker and comics artist speaker: Architect Joe Lui (Vice-chair of Hong Kong Architecture Centre (HKAC)) and Comics Artist Jerry Cho
Capacity: 25
Language: English

Tour B:
Time: 4pm – 6:30pm
Guided tour architect speaker and comics artists speaker: Architect Ivy Yung (Chair of HKAC Archi-Walk Committee) and Comics Artist Jerry Cho
Capacity: 25
Language: Cantonese

Online registration:
Enquiries: Ms Fung at / 2582 0229

Guided Tour Speakers:

Joe Lui, Architect
Joe is the Associate Director of AGC Design Limited, Vice-chair of Hong Kong Architecture Centre (HKAC) and the Principal of Docent Academy of HKAC. He is dedicated to organizing public events to raise public’s awareness in Architecture through Archi-walk, architectural docent training and Archi-talk, etc. so to let the general public and tourists to understand more about what is architecture and how to appreciate it more. 

Ivy Yung, Architect
Ivy is Senior Associate with 10 Design and Chair of Hong Kong Architecture Centre (HKAC) Archi-Walk Committee. Ivy has studied and worked abroad for over 10 years, and she found that, comparing to other cities, Hong Kong is exceptional in form and character. Combining her practical background in construction and design sensibility honed through years of practice, Ivy continues to explore the city’s uniqueness, both the good and bad sides, with visitors and residents alike.

Jerry Cho, Comics Artist
Jerry Cho served under major comics publishing companies such as Culturecom, Jonesky Limited, and Jade Dynasty Limited, etc. He also edited works such as Journal of the Vampire Hunter, Biohazard 3, Killer and Deadend. In 2015, he was selected as one of The 10 Best Hong Kong Comics Artists.

Co-Presenters: Hong Kong Arts Centre and Hong Kong Architecture Centre
Sponsor: Create Hong Kong of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)
Comixtream in the City – Wan Chai is an accredited event celebrating the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the HKSAR.

Disclaimer: The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region provides funding support to the project only, and does not otherwise take part in the project. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these materials/events (or by members of the project team) are those of the project organizers only and do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, the Communications and Creative Industries Branch of the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau, Create Hong Kong, the CreateSmart Initiative Secretariat or the CreateSmart Initiative Vetting Committee.