Five people were injured when the video fell onto the stage during Mirror’s concert in Hong Kong. Three people were taken to hospital for treatment and one of the back-up dancers was seriously injured and is still in intensive care unit. None of the Mirror’s 12 members were injured.
Nearly 10,000 people attended the show that evening and some of them were traumatized by what they saw. After the accident, video of the moment the screen crashed onto the dancers went viral on social media and some of the views felt unsettled after seeing the relevant videos. Local charities have set up hotlines for dedicated counselling.
The incident occurred at the third night of the concert and fans complaint that there were accidents happened at three earlier shows. Mirror’s Fans had already warned that the stage and set seemed unstable and created a petition asking for concert organizers to ensure performers’ safety.
The remaining eight shows have been cancelled and Hong Kong’s Chief Executive John Lee has called for an imminent and comprehensive investigation in order to protect the safety of performers, working staff public.
Starry Night which painted by the Dutch post-impressionist Vincent Van Gogh in June 1889 is one of the most famous masterpieces in the art world. The images of the painting are always printed on souvenir everywhere, like coffee cups, mugs, T-shirts, towels, etc.
This painting – Starry Night was painted in 1889 when the artist, Vincent Can Gogh stayed at the asylum of Saint-Paul-de-Mausole. He painted the view from the east-facing window of his asylum room with an imaginary village just before sunrise.
This painting has been in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City since 1941.
This time, the one of the most recognized painting in Western art – Starry Night was printed on a silver coin and issued by Republique du Tchad. The coin depicted the detailed texture and its typical swirling brushstrokes, the moon and morning stars. The details of the pattern were presented on the coin beautifully. Starry Night fans absolutely won’t miss this collection. Let get this magnificent piece of numismatic coin on your working desk or your showcase in your living room.
This is a one of the interesting items in my collection.
Mahjong, which has developed in China since many years. And this game is very popular in China, Asia and online. Mahjong is also a game which people believe that it can help elderly people prevent dementia. Care Centres for elderly people in Hong Kong will encourage elderly people to play Mahjong with each other.
I have to declare that I do not play Mahjong and do not know the games rules about Mahjong.
These Mahjong coins are farewell gifts to some of my friends who are going to leave Hong Kong very soon. One of the features of Hong Kong people are playing Mahjong, love to be rich, and love money. The golden Chinese word “發” on the coin is the meaning of “Get Rich and Good Luck”. Wish my friends who will have these Mahjong coins will be rich and always be lucky in other places.
Some say: No reason to stay is a good reason to go.
Me: Even if I had a million reasons to leave, I would still look for one to stay. It’s because this place is lovely.
Wish you guys all the best. You will be missed.