Young upcycling designer Kevin Cheung Wai-chun breaks through conventional ways of product designing using waste as raw materials for his creations. We talk to the “rubbish guy” about his special way of telling stories about the city.
Dicky Ma, a local freelance portrait photographer records the anti-extradition bill movement through his camera lenses.
Volunteer cat rescuer Lisa Olausen has saved thousands of cats in Hong Kong out of her love and care for her furry friends.
Traveller Siuming finds meaning of life through her soul searching journeys and charity work abroad.
Journalist-turned stand-up comedian Ng Ting-ting continues to tell stories in her new role and views her life with new perspectives.
Former social worker Rex Yiu, who recognises himself as a sexual minority, talks about his pains and his service in the Hong Kong LGBT community.
Vivienne Chow, one of the most well-known cultural journalists in Hong Kong, talks about how she records and preserves local culture through journalism.
Former advertising professional Jenny Leung Kit-wah devotes herself in voluntary work that helps protect the environment after several brief yet unusual encounters in her life.
Veteran professional footballer Jacky Pang Kam-chuen began his second career in Chinese medicine and has now become a successful Chinese tie-da practitioner.
Local musician Ng Cheuk-yin develops a long-standing passion for music since childhood. Experimenting with different genres, he combines traditional Chinese and Western music, hoping to present a fresh sound to the local music scene.