SCAD moved all HK classes to eLearning for the rest of the quarter due to coronavirus fears. We can’t talk about it.
Hong Kong has been in the throes of city-wide protests since June 9th. What started it? Why is it going on for so long? What is SCAD's response?
With a year full of societal unrest, it is important to look at why Hong Kong is an incredible experience, and why you should visit.
The night air was heavy; smelling of the sea, fish, and cigarette smoke. I sat at a small table with a motley group of individuals at a local hawker centre in Tuen Mun (新青山灣沙灘餐廳). Sitting to the right of me, an Australian man with a beige flat cap recently came back from Tianjin, China, hoping … Continue reading Summer Journal: June
I am deeply disturbed by the events that unfolded on the 5th of August in Hong Kong.
For over two months, Hong Kong has stood at an impasse through millions of citizens protesting the fugitive extradition to China law–but the future of the protests seems uncertain.
It is 11 pm. Splashes of blood decorate the floor and shrill yells fill the halls of the Western Rail Line in Yuen Long—the police are not there.
Hong Kong fights back against Chinese influence, despite the inevitable decline of the territory.
Hong Kong's cultural identity, democracy, and freedom of speech is under threat from the looming superpower touching its northern border.
In the back of Hong Kong island, there is a secluded area where the hills are filled with thousands of ceramic deities.