Cleaners Struggle during the Pandemic

The story investigates working conditions faced by cleaners in Hong Kong during the pandemic. By Victoria Fong

Shall We Talk About Death

The development of death education for children in Hong Kong still has a long way to go.

A Connected Heart and A Helping Hand

NGOs are committed to raising awareness about asylum seekers’ issues through simulations. By Gabriella Lynn

Sex in the City

Couples in Hong Kong are finding space to get intimate with their partners.

Dilemma Faced by Young Gays in China

Young gays in China are struggling whether to tell their parents the truth…

Meet doctors online

Telemedicine has become a more common practice in recent years, owing to COVID-19 and its convenience. By Winkie Ng

China Podcast: Where are we? Where to go?

While 2020 was marked as a banner year for China Podcast, the industry remains niche and faces heavier censorship.

Can Art Really Go Online?

Local artists and art organisations are taking creative ways to adapt to the virtual realm under COVID-19 pandemic, but some fear that joys, experiences, and transactions of the art world are hard to replicate on-screen.

Lost in Translation

Chinese as a Second Language learners struggle to learn Chinese under the current curriculum.

Christian Music Connecting With the City

Christians are integrating into today’s society with their “Made in Hong Kong” worship songs.