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Alight - the Spring Lantern Festival Celebration - was very successful. Over 500 guests enjoyed the Lanterns created specifically for this event by 33 local and international artists. At the same time, they loved the fun of guessing the riddles and brought prizes home with great pride of satisfaction. Alight is very prominent to arouse the awareness of this important festival and its traditions among our generation.


Sin Sin and the team would like to thank all of you for your support and look forward to seeing you again in the next opening reception of "Late Night Contemplation".



Alight - Spring Lantern Festival Gathering and Celebration


28 February - 17 March 2010


Opening Reception:

28 February 2010, 6 - 9pm, Artists present

Venue of event:
54 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


"Late Night Contemplation" - FauZie As'Ad solo exhibition


19 March - 15 April 2010


Opening Reception:

19 March 2010, 6 - 9pm, Artist present


Exhibition Venue:
Sin Sin Fine Art
1 Prince's Terrace, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong



Sin Sin Fine Art and Sin Sin Annex join Hong Kong ArtWalk


17 March 2010, 5 pm - 12 midnight


This is the 10th Anniversary of Hong Kong ArtWalk. It remains Hong Kong's biggest charity art event - a great one-night experience showcasing a range of the visual arts in a variety of Hong Kong art galleries.


This year, Sin Sin Fine Art and Sin Sin Annex join with other 60 galleries. They will open their doors between 5 pm to 12 midnight on Wednesday, 17 March 2010. After buying an ArtWalk ticket - you will be able to view an array of art, sip wine and enjoy a selection of food in galleries in the SOHO, Wan Chai, Sheung Wan, Central, Aberdeen and Causeway Bay areas of Hong Kong Island.


The following link, official website of ArtWalk, gives you full information about the event and how to purchase tickets. Please join us for a unique night of art, food and spontaneous camaraderie!


Grand Opening Ceremony of "2000 - 2010 Ann Niu Solo Exhibition", in Shanghai China


Opening reception: 4 March 2010, 3 - 5pm


The grand opening ceremony of Ann Niu's exhibition, titled "2000 - 2010 Ann Niu Solo Exhibition" was held in Shanghai Art Museum on 4 March 2010. The exhibition was very successful and fully packed with art lovers. Sin Sin particularly went to Shanghai and showed the support to Ann from Hong Kong.


Stephanie Sin at a group exhibition - "Stretched Connotations"


1 March - 31 March 2010


"Stretched Connotations" explores the practice of avoidance or the disposition of dealing with disagreeable matters to which normally would not be referred directly. Is it possible that such indirect references in Art, might work in the same way that euphemisms do in everyday spoken language? 


Roland Hagenberg's book "20 Japanese Architects" and CD album "Show Me"

Roland Hagenberg's book "20 Japanese Architects" will be published in a special mainland China version this April by Tsing Hua University Press in Beijing. Roland second CD album "Show Me" with 16 of his new songs was just released By Raiding Records in Austria.


Sandra d'Auriol's Spring Show


Sandra d'Auriol's is pleased to invite you to her Spring Show on 10 - 11 March 2010 at Sin Sin Atelier. Discover one-of-a-kind jewellery pieces including new cufflinks designs, a new turquoise collection, the bauble collection of silver and woven rattan balls, Forget-me-knot collection, pebble stone collection and a few other surprises.


The proceeds will go to "SAVE" campaign for the environment and education of Hong Kong children. Do come and join us in spreading the love around!



Date: 10 - 11 March 2010, 10:30 - 7:00pm

Venue: Sin Sin Atelier + Annex, 52 - 53 Sai Street, Central, Hong Kong


Nyepi Day - Balinese celebrate the Caka New Year


16 March 2010 is Nyepi day or seclution day, the day when Balinese celebrate the Caka New Year.


Wong how Man, President of China Exploration and Research Society wrote the following note while he was staying at Villa Sin Sin during Nyepi day 2009.


"On this day, the island's inhabitants stay inside their homes. There are four types of fasting that the Balinese observe on this seclusion day, amati geni (no fire), amati karya (no work), amati lelungan (no going out of the compound), and amati lelanguan (no entertainment). The fasting starts before sunrise and tranquility enveloped the island for the entire day, allowing the Balinese to open the New Year with a clean white page to write the new phase of life as darkness fades away this very evening. It is so wonderful for people to reflect quietly on their life, revisit values long forgotten or lost. It has a very serene cleansing quality to it."