This project focuses on the current and changing states of a city caught between two different times. After 155 years of freedom and westernised way of life, under the British colonial rule, Hong Kong was returned to China in 1997. And recently, mass media seems to show this city to be going through a period of difficulty and uncertainty. So to better understand this city, I took to my camera and try to capture the daily life of its people and culture, as well as its mood and emotions. The photographs in this project is taken all over Hong Kong,...
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