“No Limits” Documentary: CRUX

“No Limits” Documentary: CRUX

Date & Time

6 - 7 Mar, 2021 06.03.2021 | 8pm
07.03.2021 | 2pm


JC Cube


Free of charge


Co-presented by

Hong Kong Arts Festival and
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

Venue Partner 
Tai Kwun

Imagine being at the top of your sport, an international champion, and then having it all taken away in a terrible accident. This happened to Hong Kong champion rock-climber Lai Chi-wai, whose career was cruelly cut short when he was paralysed in a car crash in 2011. In the fifth anniversary of the fateful accident, he planned to climb Hong Kong’s famous Lion Rock in his wheelchair.

CRUX tells the story of this amazing feat, where Lai summoned all the strength and courage that made him a world-class climber.

Award-winning documentary CRUX is a stirring tribute to a true athlete.

CRUX (2017)

Duration: 93 minutes

With Audio Description in Chinese, Accessible Captions in Chinese and English, Guide Dog Friendly

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The above content is provided by Hong Kong Arts Festival “No Limits”

Production Team

Director and Producer

Bernard Ho

Executive Producer

Ringo Tang


Lai Chi-wai

Produced by

Zentral Production

Coordinated by


Major production sponsor of the documentary CRUX: Legend Charity Foundation.

For enquiry on support of Audio Description in Cantonese, please contact: 2777 1771


About "No Limits"

“No Limits”, first launched in 2019 and co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Festival and The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, aims to create a barrier-free environment and explore and promote inclusiveness and understanding through the arts.

Art is not bound by one’s ability but limited only by one’s imagination. With the 2021 “No Limits”, you are invited to experience a series of programmes which cover music, dance, theatre and film by international and Hong Kong artists of different abilities that defy constraints and boundaries.

The 2021 “No Limits” will present a series of exciting, mainly online programmes for our artists and audiences to convene virtually, and to share the message of inclusiveness in the arts with society.

The project also invests heavily in arts education for young people; diverse arts experience are designed to nurture students’ interest in the arts, and to enable them to share the joy of the arts together with people of different abilities.