A Review on the Opening Ceremony of Happy Birds, Nature Sings —Visual Arts Exhibition by Carol Tsang

On 14 April 2019, the opening ceremony of "Happy Birds, Nature Sings - Visual Art Exhibition by Carol Tsang" was successfully held at the TC101 Exhibition Hall of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen. Mrs. Carol Tsang gave an opening speech mentioning that art is not pedestalled and everyone has their own concept of "beauty" in their hearts, and. As the theme "Happy Birds, Nature Sings" suggested, Ms. Tsang hopes to convey the joy of vibrancy to the audience through the lens, so that everyone can gain various feelings and capture the natural spirit in the scenes of light and shadow.


Director of University Arts Centre and Administrative Services Office, Ms. Dorothy Wong, presented the crystal paperweight as a special gift to Mrs. Carol Tsang. 



After the opening ceremony, Mrs. Carol Tsang led a guide tour and introduced her works to the audience.


Visitors stopped in front of the photographs, carefully observed the works, and appreciated the beauty in them.


The works in this exhibition perfectly represent Carol’s interpretation of nature from a brand new angle. She captures the dreamy illusion of nature and uses a surrealistic method to describe life and growth in nature and the endless cycles of world. The exhibition works include photography, flower arrangement and installation, integrating vision, hearing, and smell, so that we can freely appreciate the beauty brought by nature.


Venue | TC101 Exibition Hall, CUHK-Shenzhen

Exhibition Period | 2019.4.13-7.30

Exhibition Hall Opening Hours | 10:00-17:30

Closed on Public Hoidays


[About the Artist]

Mrs. Carol Tsang (1980/Social Work) has obtained a Master degree in Fine Art at RMIT Australia and is Associate of the Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain and Member of the Board of Trustees of Chung Chi College. Devoting herself to art for over 20 years, Carol has strived to explore numerous art forms such as ceramics, painting, flower arrangement, art glass and installation, and focused on examining the visual language of photography in the past decade. Her works have been well received in various joint exhibitions since 1990 and in solo exhibitions since 2001. Besides an artist, Mrs. Carol TSang is also a golfer, a cyclist, and a generous benefactor who has actively participated in charity exhibitions.