What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (27 July)

With typhoon warnings every now and then, let’s make sure your weekend is just as fun while you stay safe indoors. Here are some of the most exciting things to do this week:

“We Love the Sea” Pop-up by agnès b.

Photo: Courtesy of agnès b.

Who doesn’t want to protect what we love? agnès b. has joined hands with the Tara Ocean Foundation to step up the “we love the sea” sustainability campaign, launching a multifaceted exhibition at agnès b. RUE DE MARSEILLE concept store from now until 31 August. Through infographics, video, visual-language installations by SUITMAN, XEME, and GO HUNG, the project features upcycled t-shirts designed by celebrities, Alex Lam and Cecilia So, as well as the students from The University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Design Institute. Explore more of agnès b.’s recycled fashion items here.

G26, G28 &119, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon; learn more at agnesb.com.hk

MEME Museum

Photo: Courtersy of K11 Art Mall

From the classic “Saltbae” to “Wojak Feels Guy” memes, K11 Art Mall X 9GAG collab brings you a revisit to some of your most humourous meme-ments. At K11 Art Mall until this September, your digital-feed virals are transported to the first-ever online-to-offline MEME exhibition. Take a stroll through the three must-try global exclusive meme spaces, including the first MEME Me Snapio Photobooth in Hong Kong, limited edition Meme Yes!Cards, Meme Tattoos. Also, don’t forget to stop by the world’s first meme NFT artwork, some exclusive MEME merch like the These MEMEs Aren’t Ours™ board game and free water tattoos for visitors in person!

chi K11 art space, B2/F, K11 Art Mall, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

Delicious USA Festival

Green tea smoked Brandt prime hanger steak, mash potato, and beef jus from AnOther Place
Photo: Delicious USA

Delicious USA celebrates the homegrown culinary pride of America and lets the nation’s ingredients like beef, salmon, crayfish, pork ribs, and lobster speak for their exquisite quality. This year, over 40 restaurants across Hong Kong have joined the programme to offer hearty dishes ranging from Chinese, Thai, Korean, Indian, Burmese, Balinese, American and Spanish to Italian. Explore the list of restaurants for your weekend here. Hurry, it’s only on till the end of July!

Learn more at delicioususa.com.hk

Discover Plant-based Brands at Calioo Pop-up

Photo: Calioo

Running in Central from 28 July to 1 August, the Calioo Greenhouse Market features over 35 local plant-based brands, including vegan cookie at Cookie Hill, green bagel at Bagel Meow, cheesecake at Lazy Bread, keto coffee, and many more.

G/F to 3/F, 36 Cochrane Street, Central; learn more at @cali.oo

Lee Gardens Coffee Festival

On until 1 August, Lee Gardens presents coffee lovers with 10 of Hong Kong’s popular roasters and cult brands. Alongside, there’s a state-of-the-art Roastery Truck running a quality-coffee making demonstration. If you’re a Lee Gardens Club Member, enjoy a “Lee Gardens Coffee Pass” treat which carries nine e-gifts from selected coffee beverages like NINETYs, sensory ZERO, NOC Coffee Co. and many more only at HK$199 (from over HK$400 in total).

1/F Atrium, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Rd, Causeway Bay​

See also: What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (16 July)

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