The world’s first ‘invisible’ dinosaur exhibition－no bones, no fossils－a pure immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experience as we debunk myths and reveal what is actually known about the most famous carnivorous dinosaur, T-Rex.
A unique telling of Hong Kong’s story through the voices and experiences of the city’s diverse and vibrant community across generations, the highly-immersive and interactive exhibition comprises 3 main galleries and takes visitors on a journey of Hong Kong over 150 years.
Lyuba, the world’s most well preserved baby mammoth made her Asian debut at the ifc mall and the Hong Kong Science Museum. The near perfect 1-month-old baby, attracted unprecedented crowds – some 400,000 visitors in 1 month – in an exhibition about her lost world, extinction and climate change.
The Exhibition traces early China/Arabia trade, the end of the Zheng He Armada voyages and the rise of Persia, Turkey and the Europeans in the blue-and-white trade, with superb examples of Chinese export wares. The exhibition coincided with the Sultan of Oman’s anniversary celebrations.
Louvre’s first exhibition in China in the Wintergarden of the World Financial Center (WFC) in Beijing, 2010. Reproductions of classic sculptures were teamed with Sui Jianguo’s iconic contemporary sculptures in an exhibition with Braille paths and captions, which sight-impaired visitors could also enjoy.
The largest animal on the planet, Blue Whales are on the verge of extinction. This exhibition is inspired by a group of dedicated National Geographic scientists who spent years tracking a pod of Blue Whales from the coast of California to remote coastal waters off Costa Rica, for a rare sighting of a baby whale. The exhibition featured a 9 metre (30 feet) baby blue whale.
The 10m high x 16m wide Picasso masterpiece ‘Parade’ drew huge crowds to the International Finance Centre (ifc) mall in Hong Kong 2004. Jacques Chirac, President of France, opened the exhibition in the mall, darkened to simulate museum conditions.