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  • Kelvin Wong

    Kelvin Wong graduated from the School of Dance of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2007 with a Major in Musical Dance. Kelvin participated in numerous acting-related jobs since his graduation, involving media ranging from movie, television episode, commercial, music video, concert, drama and musical, etc. Kelvin is currently a freelance actor, dancer, dance teacher, choreographer and movement coach. During Croucher Science Week 2020, Kelvin will assist Anturus and the Science Museum Group to deliver Theatre Science Shows at the Hong Kong Science Museum as a Cantonese interpreter.
  • Kylie Chan

    Kylie Chan has an Associate Degree of Marketing from HKU SPACE and has started studying a Diploma of Theatre Studies. With 10 years of performing experience, Kylie worked with theme parks such as Hong Kong Ocean park, Hong Kong Disneyland, Noah’s Ark and participated in various events as performer and emcee like Christmas Parade by Discovery Bay, McDull Musical, Christmas Magic Count Down Show, AIA Puppet Show, etc. Kylie has also joined TV shooting for HKTV and for different individual projects, she is also the actress of education school tour hold by Caritas Jockey Club. During Croucher Science Week 2020, Kylie will work with Rhys Thomas as a Cantonese interpreter to deliver School Tour Shows at local primary schools and will assist Rhys in facilitating the Family Workshops at the Hong Kong Science Museum.
  • Magical Eggs

    With Easter coming soon, let’s prepare some Easter eggs! It’s not very challenging to simply paint them, so how about we look at making eggs in a scientific way? In this workshop, Dr Au-Yeung Ho Yu, Assistant Professor at the Department of Chemistry in the University of Hong Kong, introduces the scientific principles behind the magical transformations involving eggs. Join the investigation and take home your very own Easter eggs!