Two 18-metre-tall yellow ducks stood on the seaside of Victoria Harbour west of the exhibition this morning (9th), bathing in the morning water of Victoria Harbour before the sailing ceremony, preparing to swim to the central side of Tamar Park to officially meet Hong Kong people later today. The organisers held a kick-off ceremony at 11 a.m. this morning on the platform in front of Tamar Park, and "Hong Kong 01" warmed up before the launch ceremony of the two yellow ducks on both sides of Victoria Harbour.

▼June 6 From Kowloon, a pair of yellow ducks on the opposite shore swim in the early water▼


▼June 6 A pair of yellow ducks swim in the early water▼


After spending the first morning in Victoria Harbour, the organisers held a launching ceremony on the platform in front of Tamar Park, and arranged for the yellow ducks to be transferred to the "New Residence", which was dragged from the current new wing west of the exhibition wing to the exhibition point in front of Tamar Park, in preparation for an official meeting with the public from tomorrow (10th).

▼Admiralty Station E entrance and exit becomes a giant duck "check-in slot"▼


Exhibited at Tsim Sha Tsui Marine Terminal in 2013, the duck has grown from 16.5 metres to 18 metres after 6 years, and this year it has returned to Hong Kong with its like-looking partners. It was announced earlier that the Yellow Duck will be exhibited on the adjacent Tamar Park and Central and Western Promenade (Central) from 10 June, and the exhibition period is expected to last up to two weeks, depending on weather conditions.

As for the nearest MTR Admiralty Station to Yellow Duck, it has been transformed into a limited-time "Rubber Duck Themed Station" from now on, with Entrance E becoming a "Rubber Duck Theme Exit", and a 6-metre-high giant glass skylight has been transformed into a fun duck face. Traces of rubber ducks can also be seen in many places in the station, such as rubber duck footprints and water droplets.

▼ Giant rubber duck 2013▼


For the first time, Rubber Duck will sail Victoria Harbour with both companions to the Central and Western Promenade Central of Victoria Harbour from 6 June. (Provided by the organizer)

Yellow Duck|Swim into Admiralty Station to change the check-in slot Ten years duck fan mother-in-law supports crutches "pilgrimage" Yellow duck travels to 24 MTR stations Admiralty Station duck tracks everywhere Duck face skylight and other check-in places at a glance Yellow Duck visits Hong Kong|From 6.10, escort tour Victoria Harbor on the sea surface of the Central Promenade Facing Tamar Park Yellow Duck Visit Hong Kong. Giant yellow duck beats the water to test the water "slow swim" across the Tingjiu Bridge and enters Victoria Harbour next month

Who created the giant yellow Rubber Duck?

Created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, the giant rubber duck has been published in Sydney in Australia and Sao Paulo in Brazil since its birth in 2007.

When will the yellow duck visit Victoria Harbour again?

Details will be announced on 6 June, and the Duck will be open to the public from 1 June, subject to weather conditions, and is expected to last about two weeks. The rubber duck is parked off the coast of Victoria Harbour, adjacent to Tamar Park and the Central and Western Promenade (Central).