Last chance to experience Hong Kong’s first-ever large-scale “The Little Grape Carnival” outdoor art exhibition

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21st February 2024 – (Hong Kong) In a bid to promote awareness and combat deception within the community, the Public Relations Wing of the Hong Kong Police Force is organising a unique event titled “The Little Grape Carnival.” This groundbreaking outdoor exhibition, taking place at the Harbourside Lawn – East of West Kowloon Cultural District, showcases a series of captivating art installations centred around Hong Kong’s beloved anti-deception mascot. With only a few days left, the exhibition will run from 17th to 23rd February, offering a final opportunity to immerse oneself in this engaging experience.

At the heart of the carnival is the theme “Ending Deception Starts with You,” emphasizing the importance of individual responsibility in combating scams. The event aligns with the principle of “Do it Early, Continuously and Jointly,” fostering a collective effort towards cultivating anti-scam awareness throughout the community.

Visitors attending the carnival on the 17th and 18th of February will be treated to a visual feast of various art installations featuring “The Little Grape” character. These installations, available in different sizes and styles, are meticulously scattered across the sprawling lawn, creating an enchanting and immersive environment. Adding to the spectacle, a giant display tray will be filled with delightful miniatures of “The Little Grape,” further enhancing the overall ambience of the exhibition.

One of the highlights of the carnival is the launch of a kindergarten picture book, designed to instill anti-scam awareness in young minds. The aim is to equip the younger generation with the knowledge and alertness needed to recognise and prevent scams effectively. Additionally, visitors can look forward to an eagerly anticipated large-scale drone show, which promises to captivate audiences with its dazzling aerial displays.

Date and time:

17th – 22nd February 2024 (Saturday to Thursday)
9.00am–10.00pm

23rd February 2024 (Friday)
9.00am–1.00pm

Venue:

Harbourside Lawn East, Art Park, 
West Kowloon Cultural District