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Date & Time

12 - 20 Jun, 2021 12-14 June & 19-20 June, 2021
12 noon - 5 pm




Free of charge


Presented by

 HKartsFestival@TaiKwun is part of the 49th Hong Kong Arts Festival.

 HKartsFestival@TaiKwun is solely sponsored by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust.


Leave No Stone Unturned in this “O2O” Adventure          

Calling all agents: Grab your smartphones, come pick up your cypher card, and track down action codes A-Z!

Sleuths of all ages are invited to partner up and explore the Tai Kwun compound. Find your way within the labyrinthine stairs and corridors. Scan and collect the clues scattered across its heritage and arts sites, but keep an even keener eye on your instant messages for extraordinary top-secret mission directives! So put your heads together and see if you can solve the riddles hidden in Tai Kwun.

If you ever find yourselves at a dead end, having exhausted all “lifelines”, just remember your prime directive: trust your teammates, and let your curiosity be the ultimate guide. No day of HKAF@TaiKwun is complete without putting yourself to the test with Art on the Move.

“O2O” refers to "Online to Offline" but also "Offline to Online", indicating the two-way flow between the online and the physical world.

HKartsFestival@TaiKwun: Art on the Move 
12-14 June & 19-20 June, 2021
12noon - 5pm
Free to play during event hours. *Walk-in registration required 

* Participants are recommended to play in groups of two or more. Please bring your own smartphone.

Production Team

Curator: Wu Lu (Guangzhou)

A Hong Kong Arts Festival Production

Production Manager: Leung Tat-ming

Technical Manager: Jose Ho Sai-hang

Assistant Production Manager: Fiona Tai Tsoi-sin

The Artist

Wu Lu (Wu Zhihai)

Wu Lu is a young creative artist and curator from Guangzhou. For over a decade, he has dedicated work in community engagement through games and participatory arts activities, such as orienteering, city tours, heritage tours and community arts projects. Wu has curated YooXi Arts Festival (2013-2014, Yangjiang), Baishan DingDong Art Field (2018, Guangzhou), Not Found (Hong Kong, 2018), Treasure in the End (Guanghzou, 2019), Paint Yourself Challenge (Shunde, 2019) and Tourists Like Us: satu, dua, tiga (Indonesia, 2020).

From 2014 to 2015, Wu worked at City Pictorial, a renowned lifestyle magazine in Guangzhou, to help build its green branding through organising cultural tourism activities. In 2016, he joined Liuxi Environmental Protection Centre, an NGO in Guangzhou, where he helped raise public awareness of water conservation through regular orienteering activities. Since 2018,

China’s social media platform Douyin has signed Wu as an official content creator.

The above content is provided by Hong Kong Arts Festival

Tai Kwun Treats

“Tai Kwun Treats” are now available for this programme participants! Get the vouchers and enjoy various privileged offers at designated shops and restaurants.

Get more details!