Hong Kong gears up for Christmas with Pulse Light Festival
The Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival is showcasing 18 creative light art installations and an enhanced version of 'A Symphony of Lights'. (Photos: AP)
Sculptures for the Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival are silhouetted against the Victoria Habour.
The festival, co-organised by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) and the Tourism Commission, will run until 24 February 2019.
The festival is bringing to residents and visitors the “International Lighting Art Dispaly”, including 14 creative light art installations from around the world, and four creations by Hong Kong-based artists.
The artwork are divided into three categories: technology and communication, childhood dreams and connections and romance.
The lighting effects of some buildings, such as the Central Government Offices, Legislative Council Complex, One Exchange Square and Sun Hung Kai Centre, as well as the sound effects at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, will also be strengthened.
An installation for the Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival is lit up against the Central business center.
Pyrotechnic will be launched from the rooftops of Harbour Centre, Harcourt House and Cheung Kong Centre on designated nights.