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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...

Review of Vortex directed by Jacky Gan

Vortex is a Chinese action crime drama thriller where during a kidnapping gone awry, money and morals play a crucial role. Read the Review of Vortex directed by Jacky Gan

Capturing China in Nineteenth-century: the Photography of Isabella L. Bird

Isabella L. Bird (1831- 1904) was a writer, photographer, and one of the most well-traveled of English explorers in the 19th century. Related: The best old photos of China , amazing old maps of China, eunuchs of Imperial China , Facts, History & Combatants of the Boxer Rebellion, 20 rare...

Art Story from Webson Ji

Webson Ji is a Chinese multimedia artist currently residing in New York City. He holds an MA degree in Sculpture from Savannah College of Art and Design and a BFA in Public Art from China Academy of Art. He is a member of the International Sculpture Center and an associate...

Interview with Badiucao, political cartoonist, and rights activist

Badiucao (巴 丢 草) is an appreciated Chinese political artist and rights activist.The name Badiucao was adopted to protect his real identity. Badiucao uses satire and pop culture references as tools for his criticism of the regime, overturning the stereotypes of Chinese propaganda...

Interview with Michael Pettis: MAYBE MARS

MICHAEL PETTIS is professor of economics at Peking University and the founder of Maybe Mars, an independent music label started in the summer of 2007 to promote and support talented young Chinese musicians and artists. He has been involved in Chinese music since 2005, when He started and ran the...

Interview with Margaret Sun: Betwixt & Between

The autobiography of MARGARET SUN traces intertwining personal events and epochal historical events, the recent history of China, from Shanghai before the Japanese invasion, to the Xinjiang of our day, passing through the civil war, the liberation of 1949, the Cultural Revolution, and China of Deng Xiaoping. All the great...
 

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