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China lashes out at foreign companies as it tries to weaken support for Hong Kong protests

Last Saturday the Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey posted on Twitter an image that supported the Hong Kong protests. Twitter is currently obscured in China, like many other foreign platforms like Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest, etc. 1/ I did not intend my tweet to cause any offense to Rockets fans and...

Interview with Gan Jianyu, director of Vortex

Gan Jianyu is a Chinese movie director. Gan Jianyu was born in 1988 in Chongqing, central China. He graduated from the Director's department of the Communication University of Zhejiang for his bachelor’s degree, and he completed his MFA at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Read: Interview with Gan...

Interview with Joshua Wong: Fight for democracy

Joshua Wong (Joshua Wong Chi-fung,黃之鋒) is a Hong Kong student activist and politician who serves as secretary-general of pro-democracy party Demosistō. Wong first rose to international prominence during the 2014 Umbrella Movement. In April 2016, Joshua Wong Demosistō, with other Scholarism leaders including Agnes Chow, Oscar Lai and Umbrella...

Michael Eade: Past is Present is Future, New York

You are invited to explore current new show exhibition at FOU GALLERY featuring artwork of Michael Eade introducing viewers in the cycle of life and the moment beyond time. The apartment gallery presents the show in a renewed and colorful environment that frames and offers a path with a...

Interview with Zhao Huizhou, fashion designer, curator of the Centennial Fashion Museum, and founder of the Hui Foundation

Zhao Huizhou is a Chinese designer whose fashion creations display a balance between tradition and modernity, enhancing timeless elegance and classic oriental beauty in a contemporary avant-garde mix. The fashion designer in her collections pays particular attention to innovation without neglecting the rich and varied heritage of the past. In...

Interview with Zhang Bo and Zhang Chong, directors of “The Fourth Wall”

The movie tries to break the wall that stands between us and our lives, memories and future. Zhang Chong and Zhang Bo are both graduates from Beijing Film Academy, they are the directors of The Fourth Wall.read the interview: Zhang Bo and Zhang Chong, directors of "The Fourth Wall"

Interview with Jared Stone, one of the photojournalists in the video of Hong Kong police throwing tear gas grenade at press members

Jared Stone is an Australian photojournalist and fully trained emergency nurse from Melbourne. From August 30, he is in Hong Kong to document the Hong Kong protests.A few days ago he was a witness and protagonist of a police attack on members of the press. Official site | Instagram Related interviews: Oliver...

Interview with SimpleBao, Visual Storyteller and Street Artist

Bao is a Hong Kong born and based self-taught artist who mainly loves freestyle work with murals and illustrations. She started her career in 2015 and shortly afterward collaborated with various international brands. Bao has traveled and worked on projects in all corners of the globe including Australia, Switzerland, UK,...

Interview with Oliver Chang, author of “The Goddess of Democracy”

Oliver Chang is an illustrator from Hong Kong based in London. Recently, his online works, in particular "The Goddess of Democracy" (featured image, detail) have attracted the attention of users, thanks to his delicate trait, conveying at the same time a message of unity and resolute determination. Official site | Instagram Related...

Interview with Isaac Cheng, vice-chairman of Demosistō: the Hong Kong government must respond to the five demands

Isaac Cheng is the vice-chairman of Demosistō, currently a year three student in Sociology at Shue Yan University. He was inspired by the protests against the National Education curriculum and proceeded to join Demosisto (香港眾志) when he was in secondary school. Cheng specializes in education and youth policies, especially issues...