An old inventor of bamboo steamers

Have you ever wondered how a bamboo steam basket filled with dim sum was made? Rounding three bamboo strips, interlocking each of them with a tool, placing a round-shaped bamboo plate in the middle as a base and attaching each part firmly under a "big stapler" machine, an old man has been repeating this process …

Funded mobile van promotes family reading time in Kowloon Art Festival

A van parked at the end of the corner while people were strolling down the street of booths in the West Kowloon Cultural District. Unlike other common food trucks, this van was hanging around and selling books. "Nine books about Kowloon City," the banner hanging on the van said. This unique van is owned by …

Make an Effort to Preserve Our Culture

Hong Kong is an international city with diverse cultures while visiting temples is one of those. However, this habit gradually declines with the rise of more entertainment and science; therefore, preservation work has been suggested to keep temples survive. What Makes Temples Special? “If you want to know about the culture and history of a …

  • 2019-02-22

Crazy Art Studio | Interview with Gibson Lau

Local artist turns his passion into a business at Crazy Art Studio Reported by Bella Huang (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-11-05

Modern Farmer : Interview with the young owner of a hydroponics farm

Earthquake in Japan inspired young Hong Kong entrepreneur to start a hydroponic farm Reported by Sharon Tam (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-11-05

Interview with Danny

An architect finds an alternative lifestyle by opening up a beer shop in Sai Kung Reported by Maisy Mok (Course: Broadcast Reporting and Production Instructor: Jenny Lam)

  • 2018-11-05

New towns fail to be self-contained as planned, government data shows

Over 60% of workers who live in “self-contained” communities travel back and forth for work every day; decentralising job opportunities is the way to go Reported by Caroline Kwok, Holly Chik and Michelle Ng Gloria Liu is one of the 218,000 some new town residents who commute to schools outside where they live every day. …

  • 2019-02-20

Legco By-election: pro-democracy camp's second defeat in Kowloon West

Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp has failed to regain veto power in the Legislative Council as the pro-establishment camp gets the upper hand in yesterday's Kowloon West by-election. Rebecca Chan Hoi-yan, who ran as an independent backed by pro-establishment forces, emerged victorious with 106,457 votes, leading by 13,410 votes. This is the first time the pro-establishment …

FCC president claims foreign journalists fear visa rejection

Several foreign correspondents in Hong Kong have told TYR they feel a general sense of anxiety about their visa renewals after senior Financial Times editor Victor Mallet was denied permission to continue working in Hong Kong. The president of the Foreign Correspondents' Club, Florence de Changy, told TYR that she could sense the anxiety among …