Recommendation by Vaevae Chan
In only 100 square feet (just under 10 square meters), 100ft. Park has carved out a space to enjoy art around the city. Eventually, they landed in Sham Shui Po, where they remain as a hidden refuge to artists and passers-by looking for a few moments away from the flea market on Apliu Street. Even with the limited space, they are able to foster a community through residencies, exhibits, and special events. Hong Kong’s contemporary art meets a relic from the 1960s; 100ft. Park is housed in an aging tenement buildings (唐樓/ 騎樓, “tong lau” or “qi lou”). Steal away into the balcony area, a chill spot, to enjoy old-school Hong Kong—sometimes they even have music performances during exhibit openings.
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