Rose lights in Hong Kong - level 3
25,000 rose lights have been lit in Hong Kong as part of Seoul’s Light Rose Garden’s World Tour. Yong Jin Jung, the director of PANCOM, who installed the piece, says that they hope it will spread love and happiness across the world from east to west.
They display incorporate the symbolic Valentine’s rose from the west with its eastern equivalent – the lights of the Chinese Lantern Festival.
“I think it's awesome and it’s relatively very little chance to have these kinds of installations in Hong Kong.”
The beautiful white illuminations represent pure and innocent love.
Difficult words: PANCOM (a creative organisation that makes art through light technology), illumination (light), pure and innocent (clean and true).
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