Immerse yourself in the mountains, listen to the story of “Little Fish”, appreciate the beauty of sound and rhythm, and feel the joy of being present.
This journey combines the “Little Fish” story, written by the Chairman of Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden, Andrew McAulay, with the musical arrangement of singing bowl artist, Tsang Man Tung.
Arriving at the peak of Kwun Yum Shan at sunset, bask in the wonder of a singing bowl performance and bathe your heart in nature.
Participants will walk from the lower area of KFBG (altitude: 180 metres) up to the summit of Kwun Yum Shan (altitude: 552 metres). It will take about 90 minutes of slow walking to arrive at the summit. As there is some mild exertion involved with walking uphill, this workshop is probably not suitable for people who have heart problems, high blood pressure or knee problems. Also, all participants are requested to respect other participants by maintaining silence throughout the journey.
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Inspired in Peru in 2010, and the founder, Tsang Man Tung, started Allpamama after his return to Hong Kong. With art, music, life and meditation as the four cores, he launches workshops to guide people regain a balanced state of health. Allpamama also collaborates with local and overseas parties to share the art of meditation, including Dharma Drum Mountain Hong Kong Centre, Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden, International Bodhisattva Sangha (Taiwan) and More. Along with time, Allpamama has developed various art projects to present mindfulness in an aesthetic way, bringing it into our daily life. Projects include the Meditative Theatre series, Samana, Bless This Land 2021 online exhibition, film theatre The Light of Metempsychosis and Sounditation (since 2022).
Note: Allpamama originated from pre-Inca culture's language Quechua, meaning the “Mother Earth”.
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About the Kadoorie Earth Programme
Facilitated by leading educators, KEP guides participants to experience a paradigm shift, to let go of the same way of thinking that created the problems1 and open their hearts to new ways of knowing and acting. We invite you to be part of this unfolding initiative, to make a difference together in this world.1 “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used to create them.” Albert Einstein