Werq the World

“The biggest advantage of being a drag queen is that I can be what I want to be.”

The Noisemaker

Chinese indie documentary director Jiang Nengjie speaks about chronicling marginalised groups and uncompromising attitude on film censorship.

Preserving the Past

Architect Shu Tan shares his design philosophy and his life in Dali and Hong Kong.

Let the Disabled Shine

Kim Jongsoo, CEO of Spring Shine, shares stories working with disabled artists in his social enterprise.

The Stranger

A pro-democratic Shanghai-born Hongkonger helps new immigrants speak out and fight against discrimination for Mandarin speakers in the city. 

Speak for the Unspoken

Documentary director Joanna Bowers talks about her film projects, her values, and her goals as a filmmaker. By Patricia Ricafort

Sing It Out of Love

The first same-sex couple married in Taiwan, Marc Yuan and Shane Lin, talked about their romance, family lives, and also how LGBT...

“Heartmade” Handmade Paper

Because Yeung set up her own business selling wedding invitation cards made from handmade paper and holds workshops teaching people making paper with hands.

Let’s Come Out and Do Sports!

Dennis Philipse, a Dutch who moved to Hong Kong ten years ago, founded Out in HK to connect LGBTQs by organising various activities, and helped Hong Kong win the right to host the Gay Games 2022.

Transforming Structures to Images

Architectural photographer, Leon Xu, captures the beauty of a building with his knowledge in Architecture and art sense.