It is my count down of the last 10 working days at WKCDA. Looking back at the day when the internship was offered to me, it took me quite a while to ease my concerns regarding whether I am suitable for WKCDA.
It is always a good idea to experience the nature. Luckily, in the Nursery Park, we can get a taste of different green scenery in any one of the four seasons of the year. And on my tree tour to the Nursery Park, fruits of mangoes, lychees, dragon fruits and pineapples caught my eye in summertime.
After working in WKCD for a month, I started to understand the nursery park and the landscape work in the district. As a landscape architecture student, I was assigned tasks related to the current nursery park management and the future art park construction. Although they are not complicated tasks, I can gradually see the whole picture of the future cultural district.
Time flies and it has been two months since my journey in WKCD began. Looking back, the most rewarding experience throughout my internship would be the collaboration with my silent partners- trees in the Nursery Park.
As well as the beautiful Pink Trumpet Tree, there are other trees adding to the sea of pink flowers in the Nursery Park right now – and their branches are covered with gorgeous orchid-like flowers in different shades of white, pale pink and magenta.
Having performed in various places around Hong Kong, the group recently ventured out to West Kowloon and played at Freespace Happening for the first time. Taken by their music, I grasped the chance to talk with them