(BEIJING, June 28) — Starting July 1, Hong Kong will be host for the “2008 Olympics Landscape Sculpture Traveling Exhibition” at Hong Kong Park, Xinhua News Agency reported.

Slated to be on display for 10 days to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China, the exhibition will be a zestful celebration of the upcoming Games of the XXIX Olympiad and the 2009 Hong Kong East Asian Games.

According to Hong Kong media reports, 110 Olympic sculptures have already arrived in the city. Among these is a sculpture created by one Hong Kong resident using the 2008 Beijing 2008 Olympic Games slogan, “One World One Dream.”

All sculptures are all constructed from copper, bronze or fiberglass.

The exhibition in Hong Kong Park will be co-organized by Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (BOCOG) and varied art associations in China.

Exhibition organizers selected 110 sculptures for this exhibition out of 2,433 submissions from 90 countries and regions submitted in 2005.

The exhibit comes to Hong Kong after extensive exhibits throughout China and around the globe since 2006.