'Chur!' Experience

Organised by Youth Square
Date & Time
  • 5 - 28 Sep 2021
  • Y Studio & Y Platform
  • Free

‘Chur’ is the buzzword popular among the local young generation for describing hasty, rush and time-pressed, it is a reflection of Hong Kong people’s demand for high efficiency in everything they do. Everyone, be him/her a salary earner or student, has a tendency of ‘chur’ every moment, the rapid tempo and pressure thus arise have gradually become a normal part of our daily life. In view of this, Youth Square will hold a ‘Chur!’ Experience in September to arouse public awareness of mental well-being and positive thinking.

The activity has invited a number of young artists to participate in the exhibition planning and artwork curation. Inspired by everyday life of the modern urbans, the artworks are created based on young artists’ reflections of what they observed from trivial casual conversations, psychological changes of urban people, conversations deep in one’s heart and the pressure from daily life in an attempt to arouse attention of all to both important and unimportant stories which take place in our city.


The activity includes two parts. Part one will be held at Y Studio from 5 to 13 September; and part two will be held at Y Platform from 16 to 28 September. The event include art exhibition, workshops and VR experience, hoping to help participants readjust their tempo of life through appreciation of art and learning skills to relax the mind.


‘Chur!’ Experience details:

How to participate: All are welcome to make advance online registration, walk-in registration will be served also.

Language: Cantonese

Admission fee: Free

Part One:

Date: 5 to 13 September, 2021

Time: 12nn – 9pm

Location: Y Studio, 2/F, Youth Square (Exit A, Chai Wan MTR Station)

Part Two:

Date: 16 to 28 September, 2021

Time: 12nn - 9pm

Location: Y Platform, Youth Square (Exit A, Chai Wan MTR Station)

‘Chur!’ Experience workshops:

Terrarium Workshop

With the use of sandy clay to create a personalised ecological bonsai, participants will learn to build a micro-ecosystem, enjoy a leisurely and happy art experience, as well as planting skills during the workshop. Users only need to spend little time watering, some of the plants are even equipped with micro eco-system that do not need to be taken care of. The end-products could be placed at home or office, adding some greenery into daily lives for stress releasing.

Date: 5 September 2021 (Sunday)

Venue: Room 607, Youth Square

Time: 3pm – 4:30pm

Date: 12 September 2021 (Sunday)

Venue: Dance Studio, 6/F, Youth Square

Time: 3pm – 4:30pm


Etegami Workshop

Etegami (えてがみ) is a form of Japanese traditional folk art. It combined watercolour painting and calligraphy, applying both text and graphics on postcards or bookmarks to help express their thoughts or blessing to the loved ones, so as to draw closer the relationship between the painters, recipients and the painted objects.


There are no limitations in terms of themes, one could make use of his/her infinite creativity and imaginations and it does not matter whether the end-product is beautiful. Enjoying the process could definitely bring a comforting effect.

Date: 11 September 2021 (Saturday)

Time: 3pm – 5pm

Venue: Room 606, 6/F, Youth Square


Sand Painting Workshop

Sand painting is a traditional and nature-friendly art, no paint nor special tools are needed. Before the creation of sand painting light boxes, the sand painting can be even done on the ground!

‘Chur!’ Experience has specially organised sand painting workshop to introduce the art to the public, letting them to create their unique style of sand painting. Participants can also generate ideas and release emotion through the process of creation. It would be a great method to get rid of stress, so don’t miss the chance!

Date: 18 September 2021 (Saturday)

Time: 3pm - 4:30pm

Venue: Room 606, 6/F, Youth Square

Music Mindfulness Workshop

Bonny Method Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) is a kind of music therapy. Through listening to certain classical music, tutor will lead the participants into an imagination journey, allowing participants to explore their inner-self, listening to their own needs. It helps to release stress, emotional adjustment, regaining positivity, finding ways to cope with difficulties and rebuilding life direction.

Date: 19 September 2021 (Sunday)

Time: 3pm – 4:30pm

Venue: Dance Studio, 6/F, Youth Square

Pastel Nagomi Art Workshop

Pastel Nagomi Art is first found by Mr. Hosoya Norikatsu in 2003, and the word “Nagomi” means harmony in Japanese. Through the soft pastel art, participants could communicate with their own self, feeling peaceful and hopeful. Regardless of age and drawing experiences, anyone can express his/her own thoughts with the artwork simply using their own fingers. Participants are welcome to use their preferred colours with their own rhythm to create a unique painting.

Date: 25 September 2021 (Saturday)

Time: 3pm - 4:30pm (TBC)

Venue: Room 606, 6/F, Youth Square

Event Moments: https://bit.ly/3qOKZFu