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Colourful scene at Tin Hau Temple and Mei Yuen Street as Arts Fair reaches last day


Winnie Davies with three of her sculptures

Dozens of artists, amateur and professional, are displaying their talents in town this weekend, 9 and 10 December. It’s the Sai Kung Art and About Fair housed in white-canopied booths in front of the Tin Hau Temple and at Mei Yuen Street, also known as the Red Brick Road.

Much of the art is impressive, particularly the water colours, and some works will touch your heart. They are clearly the efforts of severely handicapped people. Naturally, most people want to encourage and support them.

The annual event, part of the Sai Kung Arts and Cultural Festival, is organised by the District Office, District Council and Community Centre. The arts fair concludes today.

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