Mid-Autumn Lantern Display at Tai Po Riverside Park Lights

The Chinese calendar year Renyin Mid-Autumn Lantern Festival organized by the Department of Recreation and Cultural Services kicked off on September 7. Many sets of Mid-Autumn Lanterns were displayed at three sites (Victoria Park, Man Tung Road Park in Tung Chung, and Tai Po Waterfront Park). The theme of this year’s Mid-Autumn Lantern Exhibition at Tai Po Riverside Park is “Round Full Moon, Full Moon Wish”.

The Mid-Autumn Lantern Display at Tai Po Waterfront Park features large-scale rotating lanterns in its signature attractions such as pools, grasslands, and the Hong Kong Handover Memorial Tower inside the park. Paper cranes, paper boats, kongming lanterns, and the LCSD mascots “Living Boy” and “Gentle Cat” were installed, implying a full moon and reunion.

The exhibition takes place on Sept. 7-12; The lights will be on from 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Wishing paper crane lanterns in the Tai Po Waterfront Park in Hong Kong on Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chang/The Epoch Times)
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Piglet-shaped lanterns in Tai Po Waterfront Park on Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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LCSD mascots “Living Boy” and “Gentle Cat” lanterns in the Tai Po Waterfront Park on Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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Kongming lanterns in the Tai Po Waterfront Park in Hong Kong on Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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Balloon-shaped lanterns in the Tai Po Riverside Park, Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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Animal-shaped lanterns on the grass at Tai Po Waterfront Park, Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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Animal-shaped lanterns on the grass at Tai Po Waterfront Park, Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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Animal-shaped lanterns on the grass at Tai Po Waterfront Park, Sept. 7, 2022. (TM Chan/The Epoch Times)
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