More than 100 flower arrangements in Japanese and western styles go on display at the Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui today. The three-day Japan-Hong Kong Flower Arrangement Exhibition features master artists from Japan, Hong Kong and further afield, with this year's theme based on autumn leaves to celebrate the beauty of autumn in Japan. Japanese Consul-General Takanori Kitamura said it offered a 'unique opportunity to develop cultural exchanges between Japan and Hong Kong. I hope exhibitors and visitors alike will find it a fruitful occasion for fostering friendship through their common interest'. Demonstrating her skills yesterday, Japanese flower master Ayako Nakamura - one of more than 50 to fly over from Japan to share their skills during the exhibition - said: 'I hope the exchange of flowers will be strongly nurtured and be linked to world peace.' The opening ceremony is at 10am today, with Chinese and Japanese tea ceremonies running together to signify mutual understanding and the exchange of culture. Admission is free.