Chan Koonchung: the migrant Sino-phone novelist

The Sino-phone writer who once pirated his own novel now writes everything about China in his third dialect. The intellectual, journalist and scriptwriter was never completely satisfied with non-fiction writing. At the age of 50, he was struck by an incredible urge to be in Beijing and write a novel about the Middle Kingdom.

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Chan Koonchung: the migrant Sino-phone novelist

The Sino-phone writer who once pirated his own novel now writes everything about China in his third dialect. The intellectual, journalist and scriptwriter was never completely satisfied with non-fiction writing. At the age of 50, he was struck by an incredible urge to be in Beijing and write a novel about the Middle Kingdom.

Sara: sex and savior

Titled Sara, or Child Prostitute, the Hong Kong film hints at both the underage prostitute Dok-my whose exploited life Sara vows to salvage in Thailand, and Sara herself, the domestic sexual abuse victim who trades sex for an education. They are but a tiny sliver of the diversity of sex workers in Asia.

Sara: sex and savior

Titled Sara, or Child Prostitute, the Hong Kong film hints at both the underage prostitute Dok-my whose exploited life Sara vows to salvage in Thailand, and Sara herself, the domestic sexual abuse victim who trades sex for an education. They are but a tiny sliver of the diversity of sex workers in Asia.

Same old games, brand new interaction

Originally posted on Cultural Journalism Campus:
By Du Yijie Nostalgia lights up Hong Kong’s glittering harbour in the form of a new work by acclaimed artist Cao Fei on the city’s tallest building that is bound to evoke a whole…

Same old games, brand new interaction

Originally posted on Cultural Journalism Campus:
By Du Yijie Nostalgia lights up Hong Kong’s glittering harbour in the form of a new work by acclaimed artist Cao Fei on the city’s tallest building that is bound to evoke a whole…

Chan Fung, the Hong Kong post 80's photographer, is shooting pictures for children with Down syndrome, "The Purest People."

Shark and Minnow, A Funding Game for Hong Kong Artists

The stark reality of the funding hierarchy has largely stifled budding arts start-ups with inadequate personnel and financial support—the potential seeds for Hong Kong, a city long lamented as the “Cultural Desert”, to blossom into an art hub.

Chan Fung, the Hong Kong post 80's photographer, is shooting pictures for children with Down syndrome, "The Purest People."

Shark and Minnow, A Funding Game for Hong Kong Artists

The stark reality of the funding hierarchy has largely stifled budding arts start-ups with inadequate personnel and financial support—the potential seeds for Hong Kong, a city long lamented as the “Cultural Desert”, to blossom into an art hub.

Perry Dino and his documentary paintings

“I paint to capture the historical moment and to record for posterity. As artists, we build a virtual room inside a broader public space to create an artwork for this city.”

Perry Dino and his documentary paintings

“I paint to capture the historical moment and to record for posterity. As artists, we build a virtual room inside a broader public space to create an artwork for this city.”

Occupy Central with Art

Umbrellas have become a dominant motif in the outburst of artistic creativity and inspiration by Hong Kong local artists that has transformed the ongoing pro-democracy movement into an open-air art carnival.

Occupy Central with Art

Umbrellas have become a dominant motif in the outburst of artistic creativity and inspiration by Hong Kong local artists that has transformed the ongoing pro-democracy movement into an open-air art carnival.