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Crazy Art Studio | Interview with Gibson Lau

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2018-11-05

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

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

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2018-11-05

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)

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Interview with Danny

  • By: Student ReporterEdited by: Editor
  • 2018-11-05

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)

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Somewhere over the rainbow - How an 8-year-old boy experience China’s education gulf

Every morning at 8:30, the muddy ocher-coloured cottage is blasted with young voices reading aloud textbook passages, so loud that it can be heard across the cement-levelled playground far from the school gate. There are three classrooms in the cottage with no lights but a rickety ceiling fan each. Drawings are repeatedly glued on and …

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Sugar blow your own figures

  • 2017-04-23

While the local craftmanship slowly dies out, a lady still refuses to let go of sugar-blowing, which is a part of many’s childhood. Chung Choi Wan, 60, is one of the remaining three craftsmen in Hong Kong who knows how to blow sugar-coated figurine, also known as sugar- blown figure, classified as one of the …

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The Man Dances with Fire and Knife

  • 2017-04-11

by Erica Chin and Kobie Li When we talk about circuses, what pops into your head? A large tent with red and yellow stripes? Or clowns who juggle? Although Hong Kong Circus has neither, Chris Leung, the chairman shows his passion for performing arts through fire knife dance. Unlike most of the circus performers, Chris knew …

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Getting Away from Petty People

  • 2017-03-16

Did 2016 go well for you? If not, consider hiring a ‘petty person beater’ to beat away the bad luck.

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Local entrepreneur make taking nice profile-picture a business

  • 2016-12-15

Mandy Cheng presents new possibilities to a traditional market by Emily Xu The bustling Mong Kok district is a shopping paradise. Argyle Centre is one of the most popular shopping centres there. Among the array of shops lies a unique photo studio. Fresh Studio, famous for shooting good-looking profile pictures for your passport photos and …

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Beating all odds with positivity

  • 2016-11-11

The positive life led by the ordeal dealer by Celia Lai At the age of 67, Stephen Char Shik-ngor is still wearing different hats: a barrister at law, a mediator, a columnist. Straddling different fields, he is renowned for being an activist in the frontier of health protection. Having an abscess on his bottom lip …

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A rise of local prosthetic makeup

Special effect makeup artist Gary Chan seeks ways to support artists in Hong Kong by Connie Fong and Susan Gao A sweaty-stocky meat deliveryman dismembers the corpse of a 16-year-old female prostitute, tearing the skin from her face. The signature bloody scene appeared in the award-winning local crime movie “Port of Call”. 26-year-old Gary Chan …