You usually don't see the people behind a puppet show. But these behind-the-scene people are now on full view in The Winter of Sweety Land. The puppeteers, presented by Make Friends With Puppet, is now running a daily programme at the atrium of Cityplaza, Tai Koo Shing, today, tomorrow and January 1 at 7.30pm, Monday at 6.30pm and Tuesday at 5.30pm. The puppet group is made up of students and graduates from Hong Kong Academy For Performing Arts Technical Arts School. The founder, Fiona Yu Ting, said: 'All of us work backstage, but this puppet production gives us a chance to perform.' Yu, an art administrator, said the instant feedback from interacting with the audience was new for them. 'When you and your puppet are on stage, the audience is really attracted,' she said. 'It's like actually bringing the puppets to life.' The fairy tale, written by freelance stage artist Murphy Tsai Siu-yam and directed by Yu, is set in a candy factory. It depicts the adventures of a marshmallow that leaves the candy factory to search for a winter that has not come to save himself and other candies from melting and keeping the family together. 'We did 10 shows last Christmas and the response was so good, we decided to run it again this year,' said Yu. They will perform at the New Year's Eve Countdown Carnival at Victoria Park, Causeway Bay. Puppeteer and Year Two student Simpson Chan Kin-san, who plays the marshmallow, said: 'It's great that we can bring joy to audiences and do what we love at the same time.'