Build a wonderland while you sleep.
Cage-like iron nets have been installed on footbridges across the city amid anti-government protests.
Online grocery store Hkongs hopes to provide job opportunities for anti-ELAB protesters.
A Taiwanese restaurant inside an industrial building is full of nostalgic sense with popular movie posters, old school furnitures and classic Japanese comics.
The Freedom Trail in Boston marks how people pursued freedom in the American Revolution, which is similar to what Hongkongers are going through.
Varsity talks to one of the few Kintsugi practitioners in Hong Kong, Enders Wong, to know more about the spirit behind such artistry.
Located in Sham Shui Po, a densely-populated district, Wontonmeen is a creative residence that combines elements of hostel, music live house and tenement building together, serving as a central hub that gathers both locals and travelers.
People have been creating street art with political messages to express their views during the AntiELAB Movement, but the artworks were usually removed quickly. Varsity talks to local graffiti artists and street artists about why there is limited room for the development of street art in Hong Kong.
NIMN Lab kickstarted IT'S OKAY cassette player to bring a new perspective to the romanticism of the 80s cassette player. Varsity talks to the members of NINM Lab about their new product.
Both Lee Tung Street and Tai Yuen Street carry Hong Kong people's collective memories. But after recent urban re-development, they have faced different fates.