Lighting ceremony marks return of night fair

Li Qian
Thousands of cubes form a giant tree-like installation at the weekend night fair on Anyi Road, amid the Jing'an Kerry Center.
Li Qian
Lighting ceremony marks return of night fair
Ti Gong

The popular night fair on Anyi Road has reopened.

The popular night fair returned to Anyi Road on Sunday with a lighting ceremony.

Thousands of cubes form a giant tree-like installation along the road in the middle of the Jing’an Kerry Center, a retailing and business complex. It was lit up on Sunday evening to mark the start of the New Year holiday season as well as to deliver a message of hope and joy to the public.

The weekend-only night fair, which was suspended from October 31 to November 8, has reopened with a holiday look.

It features traditional holiday decorations and food such as roasted chicken. Also, more games are introduced, such as darting and basketball arcade machines.

A winter fair will kick off on the south square of the Jing’an Kerry Center on December 4.

Lighting ceremony marks return of night fair
Ti Gong

A newly-erected, tree-like lighting installation


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