The West Kowloon Bamboo Theatre kicked off the Lunar New Year Holiday between January 20-24, 2012. It was the first event organized by the West Kowloon Cultural Authority. Hopefully, it won’t be the last of its kind.
The Cyberport Plaza, a digital community situated on the west coast at Telegraph Bay, hosted a brief outdoor cinema. Customers reclined on comfy bean bag chairs, munched on goodies from Cafe Deco and washed it down with Dublin Jack booze.
The Magnificent Revolution is a running collection of local Hong Kong Street art. As part of their mission to present environmental friendliness in a fun and engaging way, they hosted an open air cinema in which the audience took turns among themselves to ride a specially modified bicycle that provided the electrical power for the screenings.
Average low temperatures in Hong Kong tend to stay in the 70s and 80s from April through November, enabling a nice, long season for enjoying Hong Kong’s Outdoor Cinema.