Benjamin Li
May 2, 2013

Giant rubber duck makes Victoria Harbour its bathtub

A 16.5-meter-tall rubber duck, created by Dutch conceptual artist Florentijn Hofman, sailed into Hong Kong today and will be stationed at Harbour City until 9 June. The appearance is the city's first maritime art exhibition, according to SK Lam, creative director of AllRightsReserved, which organised the visit of the well-traveled waterfowl, which has floated in Belgium, France, Brazil and Japan. Not surprisingly, the spectacle is attracting lots of smiles and attention.

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