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JC Contemporary at Tai Kwun

JC Contemporary, one of the two new buildings at Tai Kwun
Centre for Heritage and Arts, houses an art centre
dedicated to presenting contemporary art exhibitions
and programmes as a platform for a flourishing cultural
discourse. It hosts six to eight exhibitions annually
alongside extensive public programmes.

Central Hong Kong | 2018
30 June 2018


Jenna at Tai Kwun

Jenna Creasey, from London, interns at Tai Kwun Centre for
Heritage and Arts, the 170-year-old Central Police Station
compound revitalised after an eight-year, HK$3.8 billion
(US$484 million) project funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club.

Central Hong Kong | 2018
29 June 2018


Kacey Wong with Ball Ball Cat

Kacey Wong, Hong Kong contemporary visual artist, stands with
'The Gaze' - a sculpture of his one-eyed Ball Ball Cat at the
opening of his solo exhibition 'In the land of the blind the
one-eyed cat is king' at Ping Pong 129 Gintoneria in Sai
Ying Pun on Wednesday.

Sai Ying Pun Hong Kong | 2018
28 June 2018


Urban Explorer

Edith (not her real name) enjoys exploration of man-made
structures, usually abandoned ruins or urban decay and
documents the situation with photography. This is an old
building with partitioned rooms (equivalent to today's
sub-divided flats) in the old district of Hung Hom.

Hung Hom Hong Kong | 2018
27 June 2018


Bamboo Scaffolding

Bamboo scaffolding is widely used in Hong Kong for construction with
nylon straps tied into knots as couplers, binding more than five
million bamboo rods, each six to seven metres long, used every year
by the construction industry.

It takes strength, skill and intellect to be a bamboo artist, erecting
intricate webs of sky-high walls and platforms strong enough to hold
a legion of construction workers.

Hung Hom Hong Kong | 2018
26 June 2018


Laguna Park

Laguna Park, a green oasis with a total area of 30,000 sq m
(320,000 sq ft), was completed in 1994, adjacent to Laguna
City, a residential development built along Lam Tin's
waterfront in the industrial Kwun Tong district in Kowloon.

Lam Tin Hong Kong | 2018
25 June 2018


Hong Kong Club

The reflection of the iconic Hong Kong Club Building in the rain.
Opened on 26 May 1846, 'The Club' is the first gentlemen's club
in the heart of Central, Hong Kong, with members among the most
influential people, including senior government officials,
senior businessmen and professionals.

This second incarnation of the building, one of the last
examples of renaissance architecture remaining in Hong
Kong, was opened in 30 May 1984.

Central Hong Kong | 2018
24 June 2018


Tedious Paradise by Wang Yuping

'Tedious Paradise' by Beijing-based artist Wang Yuping, primarily
showcases work Wang made while traveling in Thailand, including
the locally-flavoured Tuk Tuk and Lady Boy. Exhibition at Tang
Contemporary Art Hong Kong at H Queen's, through 28 July.

Central Hong Kong | 2018
23 June 2018


Whitestone Gallery

Desigend by acclaimed architect Kengo Kuma, Whitestone Gallery is
one of the few galleries in Hong Kong with the central focus on
Japanese art. This second branch takes up two floors at H Queen's.

Central Hong Kong | 2018
22 June 2018


Lili Ho Hosts Social Gastronomy

Lili Ho hosts Table for U at XCHANGE - a social gastronomy experimental
project that couples design and cookery with collected seasonal
ingredients - at Oi! as a open kitchen and community living space.

All are welcome to bring along a portion of fresh ingredient from one's
kitchen in exchange for an enjoyable time with a refreshing meal and
living experiences sharing, Wednesday to Sunday. Registration is required.

North Point Hong Kong | 2018
21 June 2018


Statue of Liu Xiaobo Evicted from Times Square

A 1.5m statue of Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate who died
under 11 years of Chinese imprisonment for subversion, was evicted
from Times Square, which threatened legal action. Pro-democracy
activists, led by Tsang Kin-shing of the League of Social
Democrats moved it to Paterson St in Causeway Bay on Tuesday,
ahead of the anniversary of Liu's death on 13 July.

The activists also called for the immediate release of Liu Xia,
his widow, who has been under illegal house arrest for many years.

Causeway Bay Hong Kong | 2018
20 June 2018


Paddle Paddle Paddle

Intense competition runs between teams of paddlers at the Dragon
Boat Festival celebration in Tai O, Hong Kong's last fishing
village on Lantao Island on Monday.

Taking place on the 5th day of the 5th Lunar month, Duan Wu (Dragon
Boat) Festival traces its origins to Qu Yuan, a 3rd Century official
who was disillusioned with the corrupt government that he drowned
himself in the river in protest.

The locals rushed to the site, paddling on their boats and banging
drums and gongs to scare away anything that might harm Qu Yuan in
hopes to find and rescue him but they were unsuccesful. They also
brought offerings of rice dumplings to calm the old man's spirit.

Tai O Hong Kong | 2017
19 June 2018


Snapshot Hong Kong

Ivanna (from Ukraine), Sabrina (from Shenzhen) and Jo (a Eurasian
from Hong Kong) enjoy a selfie moment near Star Ferry pier in Central.

Central Hong Kong | 2017
18 June 2018


T Rex

A 12-metre-long Tyrannosaurus Rex fossil makes it way to IFC
mall atrium. The enormous dino installation is co-presented
by the First Initiative Foundation along with a range of
dinosaur fossils on display for HongKongers to marvel at.

Central Hong Kong | 2017
17 June 2018


Shark Fin Protest Against Maxim's

Dozens of protesters from GO WildAid dressed in bloody shark costumes
gathered outside Maxim's headquarters, a popular Hong Kong restaurant
group, demanding it to stop serving shark fin soup in all its
restaurants on Friday.

Maxim's continues to serve shark fin upon request while claiming
to have removed them in its restaurant menu. Shark fin is
considered a delicacy in Chinese cuisine and is often
served as a soup at upmarket and wedding banquets.

Lai Chi Kok Hong Kong | 2017
16 June 2018


Statue of Liu Xiaobo at Time Square

A 1.5m statue of Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate who died
under 11 years of Chinese imprisonment for subversion, was unveiled
at Times Square in Causeway Bay by pro-democracy activists on
Tuesday, ahead of the anniversary of Liu's death on 13 July.

The statue costs HK$170,000 (US$21,700) was donated by an
unnamed citizen. The activists also called for the immediate
release of Liu Xia, his widow, who has been under illegal
house arrest for many years.

Causeway Bay Hong Kong | 2018
15 June 2018


Banyan Tree in Blake Garden

A massie old banyan tree in Blake Garden, Sheung Wan.
Banyan trees are easily recognisable for their spindly aerial
roots, which cast outwards in search of water and nutrition.
They are the most prominent forms of greenery in the hilliest
and most densely packed parts of Hong Kong.

Sheung Wan Hong Kong | 2018
14 June 2018


Janice Emerges at Nucleus

Janice, a branding consultant, emerges at Nucleus - a steel
structure clad with colourful transparent curtains make for
a playful-looking stage - by PolyLester (Gabriel Lester and
Martine Vledder) a design studio from Amsterdam.

Part of Dismantling the Scaffold, a Tai Kwun Contemporary
inaugural exhibition, through 15 August.

Central Hong Kong | 2018
13 June 2018


Tai Sang Wai at Dusk

The fish pond of Tai Sang Wai in Yuen Long at dusk.
The previously dried-up bottom of the pond had been
almost filled up by the recent heavy rain.

Yuen Long Hong Kong | 2018
12 June 2018


Red States by Jane Lee

Red States, by Singaporean artist Jane Lee, comprises a diverse yet
cohesive mix of new sculptural paintings and site-specific
installations at Art Centre, with generous support from the
National Arts Council of Singapore, closing on Sunday, 10 June.

Wanchai Hong Kong | 2018
11 June 2018


The Invisible Killer Light Projection

Light Projection by Clean Air Network at PMQ on Saturday
to raise awareness of pollution as the invisible killer
plus who and how to tackle it.

SOHO Hong Kong | 2018
10 June 2018


Mori Agnieszka Curates Posterized

Mori Agnieszka, Polish visual artist from Poznan, co-curates
Posterized - an exhibition showcasing the work of the most
influential, award-winning contemporary poster artists from
Poland such as Mieczyslaw Wasilewski, Wladyslaw Pluta and
Malgorzata Gurowska, at The Qube, PMQ, through 10 June.

SOHO Hong Kong | 2018
9 June 2018


Pui Yan Li Posterized

21-year-old Pui Yan Li, a design major at Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, savours the work of the most influential, award-
winning contemporary poster artists from Poland such as
Mieczyslaw Wasilewski, Wladyslaw Pluta and Malgorzata Gurowska,
at the Posterized exhibition at The Qube, PMQ, through 10 June.

SOHO Hong Kong | 2018
8 June 2018


Samba Dancers at Racecourse

Camila Albanezzi and Cintia Almeida, hot Samba dancers from Sao
Paulo, perform to a roaring audience at the Wednesday Carnivale
at the Hong Kong Jockey Club racecourse in Happy Valley.

Happy Valley Hong Kong | 2018
7 June 2018


Ashley at TEDxWanchai

Ashley Galina Dudarenok, a China-focused marketing and public
relations professional from Vladivostok, shares her passion
on female entrepreneurship at TEDxWanchai - Emergence.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx (the intersection
of Technology, Entertainment and Design) is a program of local,
self-organized events that bring people together to share experience.

Wanchai Hong Kong | 2018
6 June 2018


Kacey Wong with 'June 4 Desk'

Hong Kong visual artist Kacey Wong visits his 'June 4 Desk' on
the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre in Beijing of 1989,
at the June 4 Museum at Jockey Club Creative Art Centre (JCCAC).

Kacey's 'June 4 Desk', with the Chinese characters 8 times 9 equals
64 cut into the steel desktop simulating the multiplication table
children have to memorise, focuses on the set of sensitive numbers
and the eradication of this pro-democracy history in education.

The desk was originally part of Kacey's entry for the government-
sponsored 'Hi Hill' art installation at Tsuen Lung Village, with
chairs and desks marked by graffiti strewn across the classroom
recording titbits of school life. It was deemed too political and
had to be removed at the request of the curator.

Shek Kip Mei Hong Kong | 2018
5 June 2018


Sea of Light at June 4 Vigil

A sea of light illuminated Victoria Park in Hong Kong on Monday as
115,000 gathered at the annual candlelight vigil to commemorate
the 29th anniversary of the June 4 Tiananmen Massacre in Beijing
of 1989. Turnout is slightly higher than last year's 110,000
despite some rain and being snubbed by college students.

Victoria Park Hong Kong | 2018
4 June 2018


My photo on the Front Page
of Citizen News Hong Kong (in Chinese)




Sea of Candles at June 4 Vigil

The sea of candles at the candlelight vigil at Victoria Park
in Hong Kong where 150,000 people brave thunderstorms and
torrential rain for the 24th June 4 vigil in 2013.

Victoria Park Hong Kong | 2013
3 June 2018


This image was used by Consulate General of Canada for Hong Kong and Macao
as their Facebook Cover Photo in June 2014


Vindicate June 4

Mr H (not his real name), a Muslim from Beijing dressed in
black, joins the 29th anniversary of June 4 rally in Hong
Kong to demand the vindication of June 4 Tiananmen Square
Massacre of 1989, despite the record heat.

Causeway Bay Hong Kong | 2018
2 Jun 2018


Liu Xiaobo Honoured at Time Square

A bust of Liu Xiaobo, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate who died
under 11 years of Chinese imprisonment for subversion, designed
by Tsang Kin-shing of the League of Social Democrats with 20
citizens is erected at Times Square in Causeway Bay by
pro-democracy activists on Thursday, ahead of the
29th anniversary of June 4 vigil.

The activists also called for the immediate release of Liu Xia,
his widow, who has been under illegal house arrest for many years.

Causeway Bay Hong Kong | 2018
1 Jun 2018

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