Kick The Gong Around  is a Boutique Events Agency based in Shanghai. Our events celebrate the classic by creating Narrative Environments* and showcasing timeless entertainment.

Guests immerse themselves into conceptually curated environments and participate in vivid journeys across detailed spaces.

The experience is entirely managed from beginning until the end to the smallest degree. These elements build unique experiences that are impressed on the minds eye forever. 

*A space, physical or virtual, in which stories can unfold. A physical narrative environment might be an exhibition area within a museum, or a foyer of a retail space, or the public spaces around a building - anywhere in short, where stories can be told. 




American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai - Charity Gala, Jing’an Shangri La Hotel. Shanghai April 2014

KTGA is a great partner to work with. We appreciate their assistance in ensuring the Annual Charity Gala for the American Business Community in Shanghai is a success. We are impressed with their creativity, passion and flexibility throughout the planning and execution. It was a pleasure working with them
— Jessica Wu Event Director - American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai

Hendrick’s Gin - The Secret Garden, Rococo Revisited, Shanghai Rose. Shanghai, June 2014

As our preferred collaborator for the last two years in China, KTGA has through immersing events helped us communicate our brand messages in the best possible way. Their professional approach and unusual style of events and festivals are leading the way to a new level of engagement with expats as well as locals. KTGAs pioneering events are simply second to none in China
— Erik Andersson Regional Brand Ambassador - Hendrick’s

Nanjing International Club - Glitter & Glamour Gala, Nanjing Shangri La Hotel. Nanjing, December 2014

KTGA is focused on preserving the feel of different time periods but keeping events relevant to their clients. There’s something brilliant about resurrecting the past in a stylish and elegant way - something the Nanjing International Club experienced while working with KTGA. It just seems fitting that in a marketplace filled with event companies that are very formulaic in their approach, KTGA is breaking a mold here in the region with thoughtful, original and beautiful ideas that translate into wondrous atmospheres
— Shareena Mundodi Event Director - Nanjing International Club

 World Photo Organization -  PhotoShanghai, Shanghai Exhibition Center.Shanghai, September 2014

KTGA are an imaginative, creative and efficient team. We would, and have, recommend them to anyone who requires impressive designs, on time, on brief and within budget They are wonderful to work with!
— Cecily Breese Event Director - World Photography Organisation

KTGA Vintage Carousel Fest, Pearl Theatre. Shanghai, April 2014.

KTGA knows the past well. And they are experts on fashion today. The way they combine these is fresh and extreme and at their events you can truly feel the era in every detail... It’s like there is just no possibility you could ever get bored. I just feel like they know how to really create an all party atmosphere while achieving a deep dive into the theme. They know their stuff!
— Lolo Fashion Designer, Stylist and founder of “Lolo love Vintage” in Shanghai

KTGA Vintage ZOO Fest, 1933 Slaughterhouse. Shanghai, July 2014.

What impress me the most about KTGA is their contagious energy, their professionalism and eye for details. As an artist it is important to get out of the studio now and then and meet the audience in the right context. I am glad to have been part of KTGA´s event at slaughterhouse 1933 witch suited my art very well and gave both me and the visitors new impressions and lots of energy.
— Cecilia Jansson Visual artist,

KTGA Vintage Winter Fest, Lafeyette Design Center. Shanghai, July 2014.

Me and Paul Solber as Hilton brothers exhibited at KTGA’s Vintage Winter Fest. It was a fantastic experience, because it wasn’t just a solo exhibition, as we were part of a collaborative experience. We brought a very special collection to the Shanghai’s hippest young crowd.
— Christopher Makos New York Photographer & Artist