• Catch!

    Juggler Rhys Thomas leads you through a series of challenges that reveal the beauty of juggling with maths and the constant acceleration of gravity. More insights into the 4,000-year-old pastime of juggling help you explore how air pushes back, why some things balance and others don’t, and the intriguing nature of inertia.
    Facilitator
    Science Circus with Rhys Thomas
    Location
    Classroom, Hong Kong Science Museum
    Suitable For
    Kids (aged 9-12) and parents
    Language
    English (with Cantonese interpretation)
    Date & Time
    04.04 Sat 12.00 - 13.00 14.00 - 15.00 16.30 - 17.30
    05.04 Sun 12.00 - 13.00 14.00 - 15.00 16.30 - 17.30
    Remarks
    • Workshops are cancelled due to the Novel coronavirus outbreak (updated on 7 February 2020)
    • Conducted in English (with Cantonese interpretation)
    • Suitable for kids (aged 9-12) and parents
    • Each kid must be accompanied by only one adult to participate in the workshop
    • Each session has 30 seats for 15 kids and 15 adults
    • Registration starts one hour before the workshop outside the classroom on a first come, first served basis
  • 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!
    Facilitator
    Dr Ho Yu Au-Yeung
    Location
    Laboratory, Hong Kong Science Museum
    Suitable For
    Kids (aged 9-12) and parents
    Language
    Cantonese
    Date & Time
    04.04 Sat 13.00 - 14.30 16.00 - 17.30
    Remarks
    • Workshops are cancelled due to the Novel coronavirus outbreak (updated on 7 February 2020)
    • Conducted in Cantonese
    • Suitable for kids (aged 9-12) and parents
    • Each kid must be accompanied by only one adult to participate in the workshop
    • Each session has 40 seats for 20 kids and 20 adults
    • Registration starts one hour before the workshop outside the laboratory on a first come, first served basis