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From Accidents to Protest

Posted on May 24, 2017 in Society

What is the next step of beauty industry in Hong Kong? Desires for skin whitening, spot removal and staying...

Sugar blow your own figures

Posted on Apr 23, 2017 in People

While the local craftmanship slowly dies out, a lady still refuses to let go of sugar-blowing, which is a...

The muted voice

Posted on Apr 23, 2017 in Society

In between the crowds at the Lunar New Year Fair 2017 in Victoria Park,Causeway Bay, there were three stalls...

Master of Knives

Posted on Apr 22, 2017 in Photo Essay

A full steel armour stands in the show window of Chan Wah Kee, a cutlery shop on Temple Street in Mong Kok.Chan Dong-wah, 85, is one of the few remaining knife sharpeners inHong Kong. He has been whetting blades for more than 70 years.Chan first learnt the art of knife sharpening in Guangzhou when he was 11 years old. Four years later, he came to Hong Kong and set up his stall on Temple Street, sharpening tailor’s scissors. After 20 years of hard work, he finally owned his cutlery store.“The key

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