Hundreds gathered at government headquarters in Admiralty as part of a week-long student ‘strike’ for universal suffrage. As of Tuesday evening, some are saying they will remain on site over night.
Julianne Yang is a Norwegian PhD candidate in Scandinavian Film Studies currently tutoring at the University of Hong Kong.
View more of her creative writing, poetry and photography at julianneyang.com.
Legendary photographer Fan Ho has been capturing Hong Kong on film for many years and is arguably one of China’s most highly acclaimed photographers. Below are some rarer colour shots.
Click here for Hong Wrong’s previous entry documenting the city’s boom years.
Since 1956, he has won over 280 awards from various exhibitions and competitions around the world.
Occupy Central leaders officially launched their civil disobedience campaign outside government headquarters tonight in Admiralty.
As of this evening, student protesters from the ‘Scholarism’ movement are gathered outside the Hyatt hotel in Wanchai, where the National People’s Congress Standing Committee Deputy Secretary-General and Basic Law Committee Chairman Li Fei is believed to be staying.
‘Cameos‘ approached a number of Hong Kongers with questions, “hoping not only for an answer but for them to have a moment to collect their thoughts and consider their ambition and goals.”
Founded just last week, the project is the culmination of a group of student’s ideas and thoughts on the world today.“Its purpose is to serve as a mirror – to reflect both the minute and the major consequentialities of the behaviour of individuals.” Their first series is entitled ‘Change’…
The clip was shot without safety equipment atop The Centre on Hong Kong Island. The building is 80-storeys high.
This summer, a team from HK URBEX visited the recently abandoned Siu Lam Hospital 小欖醫院 in Tuen Mun.
Built in 1972, the derelict hospital specialised in mental health and physiotherapy treatment.
Lam Yik Fei of Getty has captured Hong Kong from above…