Passion and creativity come together at FUSE Community Festival

Enjoy inspiration in travel, fitness, reading, food, pets, handcrafts and photography at the 2019 FUSE Community Festival in Jing'an District.

This week, you can enjoy the work of 18 creative communities in travel, fitness, reading, food, pets, handcrafts, photography, floriculture, home design and leisure at the 2019 FUSE Community Festival in the north square of Jing An Kerry Center. 

Passion and creativity come together at FUSE Community Festival
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You can share fresh ideas with groups of people, have a drink, enjoy live bands, and take photos at the festival.

Passion and creativity come together at FUSE Community Festival
Ti Gong

Hiroki Hara, a Japanese  illusionist, presents a VR opening show "Fusion and Power."

At this 10-day event you can share fresh ideas with groups of like-minded people, have a drink, enjoy live bands, and take photos with interactive displays.

The highlights are hip-hop show by Caster, sharing women’s both strength and grace; 3D creations Shaving In the Dark and The Pottery Workshop; a talk show; and a Lego urban landscape.

Leaders of companies and groups including XGAME China and LEGO will make speeches on lifestyle topics.

At a community leaders conference on April 18, professionals in the fields of art, sports and travel shared their views and reflections. Community builders from all walks of life and opinion leaders were invited to discuss cross-over fusion in developing cities.

Hiroki Hara, a Japanese illusionist, presented a virtual reality opening show Fusion and Power.

Date: Through April 28

Venue: Jing An Kerry Center

Address: 1515 Nanjing Rd W.


Passion and creativity come together at FUSE Community Festival

From left, Feng Chuxuan, founder of Huasheng Media; Hua Xiangyi, deputy director of Jing'an District Culture and Tourism Bureau; Bryan Pallop Gaw, executive director and executive committee member of Kerry Properties Ltd; Siegmund Dukek, managing director of Leica Cameras China; Xie Qing, general manager of Kerry Properties Ltd, pose at the opening.

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