Home Truth: We are workers, not Slaves.

source: Hong Kong Free Press She curls up in the kitchen, and keeps herself alert in the darkness. Her employer may command her anytime. Every action she makes will be recorded by a surveillance camera, working is her only way to survive. She has no rest, respect or recognition, she is a “slave” in this…

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Come Fly With Me

Ever since the Wright Brothers first caught air in 1903, aviation has amused and amazed the human kind. Aviation spotting has not only become a hobby for many people, but a lifestyle some would argue. But the lives for aviation spotters in Hong Kong is about to be challenged. The big metal birds of the…

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The Mysterious Mr. Wong

Who is the energetic man, with the characteristic laughter, behind one of Hong Kongs most popular restaurants who claim to be the brother of Donald Trump? I set to find out. The moment you set foot in the restaurant you’ll find yourself surrounded by a cheap but welcoming interior. And before you know about it,…

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Hong Kong Flower Show – A lesson on Civic Virtues

The Hong Kong Flower Show concluded at Victoria Park on 25th March. Featuring over 400,000 flowers on display, the show attracted a record-high of over 720,000 visitors throughout the 10-day exhibition organised by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. With this year’s theme, “Joy in Bloom,” the highlights of the flower show include intricate flower…

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The Guerrilla Girls and the F-word: Feminism

  “I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard…we cannot succeed when half of us are held back.” ―Malala Yousafzai On March 8th, we celebrated International Women’s Day, an annual day around the world where over 100 countries celebrate women’s achievements throughout history. The…

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