LCSD presents free online programme “What I am? Who I am?” as part of “Cheers!” Series


     The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) is presenting the free online family entertainment programme “What I am? Who I am?” by Hong Kong Circus under its “Cheers!” Series, enabling audience to enjoy fascinating programme at home. The first episode is now available on the department’s Edutainment Channel.


     This five-episode programme is about an adventure involving puppet Kiki, mini potted plant Kelly and Monkey Lucky. They meet when Kiki passes by a forest on his journey to save the dying Kelly. The trio encounter obstacles such as bogs and fire dragons. With courage, they eventually overcome many other dangers in the quest to realise their wishes. Featuring circus entertainment such as theatre, acrobatics, aerial dance, fire stunts and contortions, the programme presents the exciting adventure story to audiences and brings out positive attitudes of exploring the unknown, offering help to others, courage and never giving up.


     Founded in 2012, Hong Kong Circus is a performing arts group that strives to create unique performances by harmonising contemporary circus arts with multimedia elements. The group proactively promotes contemporary circus arts, and organises educational workshops and training schemes. Its recent works include “Hong Kong Movie-in-Dance”, “KIBO’s Journey of Rebirth”, “Grad in My Dream” and “Circus for Cheerful Christmas”.


     “Cheers!” Series: “What I am? Who I am?” by Hong Kong Circus is conducted in Cantonese. Each episode is approximately five minutes long. To watch the programme, please visit the LCSD’s Edutainment Channel at Details and the release schedule of other episodes will be announced in due course on the programme website at For programme enquiries or more information, please call 2268 7323.


     Another free online programme of the “Cheers!” Series is “BE Boy’s Adventure Time” by BE KIDS. For details, please visit