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Russian scientists give audience astonishing scientific demonstrations at the WOW! HOW? show
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HONG KONG.- Russian Club Hong Kong will present the biggest Russian Science show WOW! HOW? Show in Hong Kong! During the two days on 21st and 22nd September with 6 performances in total, the Hong Kong début scientific show will bring adults and kids an interactive science exploration and spectacular family activity at Sheung Wan Civic Centre!

Today, Mr. Sergey Shklyaev, Co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer and Mr. Maxim Trofimovich, Leading Science Developer of the WOW! HOW? Science Show demonstrated a series of experiments at the media preview of WOW! HOW? Show held at The Habour School, leaving students and media friends all in awe. The preview was a breath-taking journey of scientific exploration to the mysterious Space. The WOW! HOW? team led participants a trip to the Solar system starting from the Earth orbit, and then travel to Mars, Venus and Saturn, finally got back to Earth. Such interesting demonstrations made them all more excited than ever for the extraordinary interactive science show coming in September!

WOW! HOW? Show
Hong Kong will be the first city to host the premiere of WOW! HOW? international touring programme. In the last 5 years, the show has attracted more than 300,000 visitors from 9 major cities in Russia, making WOW! HOW? Show the biggest science interactive programme in the country. The show is developed by science communication specialists from top Russian universities, adopting the STEAM educational approach to arouse youngsters’ interests in science and technology by stimulating their imagination and creativity through the splendid stage performances.

WOW! HOW? team has developed dozens of unique scientific exhibits and props especially for this touring show to allow running safe on-stage experiments in unprecedented scale and scope. A giant chemical flashlight, 3-meter lightning from Tesla generators, an 8-barreled ball-gun, a multi-atmospheric nitrogen gun, a tornado machine – a total of 17 large scientific demonstrations will be held during the show. Some of demonstrations will also be duplicated on large screen in slow motion at a speed of 10,000 frames per second.

Audience in Hong Kong is invited to make a deep dive in world of scientific discoveries and experiments together with science communicators and special effect specialists. WOW! HOW? will live by its motto, “to be really breathtaking, the scientific demonstrations have to be really huge!”






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