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Celebrate like a Venetian!

Traveling Venice during its annual Carnival definitely has all the captivating charm, but be prepared to jam in the narrow streets and squares in the week-long events. If you would like to escape from making ways through the packed crowd while experiencing the Venetian festival magic, you may want to plan your Venice trip during the low season. During my internship starting late October till early December I experienced two least touristy yet amazing festivals which are celebrated mostly by local Venetians:

Emily Ng | 16.1.2018

估歌仔(Side A)

Christa Tom | 21.11.2017 | art.

Funny Episodes in the Pavilion: Our Lovely Visitors

Half of the internship has quickly passed. Besides the repetition of work and daily life, simultaneously there were some interesting and funny episodes which happened with the visitors, highlighted our days in the venue.

 

Elly Wan | 10.10.2017 | art.

The ever-changing waters in the city of the water

How can we not talk about the waters in the city of water?

Dawn Chan | 3.10.2017 | art.

Ciao! Almond Croissant, Coffee and 2126

威尼斯雙年展醒晨良伴

 

Stephanie Hsieh | 25.9.2017 | art.

Step by Step Guide for Dealing Power Outage

Terry Wong | 1.6.2017 | art.

Over the water

Venice is famous for its beautiful scene along the great canal for sure. In the city, you can find many small canals and bridges connecting all the islands

Chi Heng PUN | 3.6.2015

A visit to the ancient Greece and Rome

I can say Fondazione Prada is one of my favourite places to visit in Venice. I spent an afternoon there when I had my day off on Monday

Chi Heng PUN | 28.5.2015

Giardini in a glimpse

‘Giardini’ is ‘Garden’ in English. The Venice giardini is an area of parkland which hosts the Venice Art Biennale

Nga Sai WU | 18.5.2015

20150502-09 Venice photo diary

I bet they can dry their laundry in a few hours’ time. But it takes at least 2 days for ours to dry since our apartment is rather damp and humid

Nga Sai WU | 11.5.2015

15 things that I learnt living in Venice

When an Italian says, “OKAY, OKAY! No Problem.” It means, “I don’t really understand you but I will work it out in my own way.”

LAU Man Pan Jeff | 6.5.2015