Film professor, critic and actor Sean Tierney knows more about Hong Kong movies than most locals. Here's how he fell in love with local films - and how he ended up being in them too.
She's young, she's determined and she's taking charge. Hongkonger Vivian Ip Wing-wun is the first woman to be appointed as assistant conductor of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.
Grenville Cross may have retired from his role as Director of Public Prosecutions but he hasn't done so quietly. Cross tells Varsity about his long career as a prosecutor and his hopes for a more efficient, transparent and independent prosecution system.
Ricky Yeung Sau-churk worked for years as a salaryman, reinvented himself as an edgy artist and found peace and fulfillment as an art teacher in his 40s. He's retired now, but still contributing to community art and teaching.
District Councillor Au Nok-hin once thought working alongside more moderate democrats was like being in a "tug-of-war", but he's found his place after seven years in politics.
Mastamic, who is best known for his annual Rap Up series, shares how he became a rapper, and how Hongkongers are still failing to appreciate local hip-hop culture.
How high school dropout Cesar Harada ended up building robots to clean up oil spills, travelling around the world and starting Makerbay in Hong Kong.
Young and fearless, Zhao Sile is a feminist, human rights activist and journalist. She tells Varsity about the ups and downs of her career and how she persists in writing stories about controversial subjects in face of adversity.
Known for her deep and emotive voice and iconic costumes, Cantopop legend Paula Tsui Siu-fung looks back on her 40-year singing career and shares her views on the music industry, as well as her unexpected popularity among young people.
Labour party chairwoman and workers' rights advocate Suzanne Wu Sui-shan says the decision to quit the Legislative Council race in September was "political suicide". She tells Varsity why she did it anyway and why she'll run again.