Visiting night markets is a real fun. Normally the markets are close to downtown. You can be entirely immersed to foreign cultures, experiencing what the local people do and eat in the busy and crowded areas while they are just off from work or having leisure time.
I met Jackie in 2014. I was greeting with her and her expat friend on JCCAC rooftop when I was showing some photos of Hong Kong hawkers. If my memory was correct, her hair was in pink color. This is a perfect match for her, because she has a special nickname of Pinkhead. And, she […]
Video Reportage – the very last moment of Fabric Factory in Hong Kong. from WING LEUNG TSUI on Vimeo. My friend and I were interviewing one of the last Hong Kong fabric factories in 2014. The manufacturing industry in Hong Kong is a sunset industry, due to the strict policies and diminishing competitive edge, the […]
天水圍街坊智慧 Kai Fong Wisdom in Tin Shui Wai from WING LEUNG TSUI on Vimeo. Tin Shui Wai is a remote town located in Hong Kong, which has been developed in 1990s. Ideally, this town can house over two hundred thousands residents, who can work and live in their home towns without going to urbanized areas […]
香港 你還可愛嗎？ Is Hong Kong your home anymore? from WING LEUNG TSUI on Vimeo. 2014 was a historical year for the city of Hong Kong. The hope of universal suffrage in 2017, which had been promised by the British-Sino Joint Declaration, were smashed by the Beijing government. A series of protests and class boycotts started […]