Amid rising attention to Hong Kong cultural heritage by the young generation, the Central Market is newly opened to the public. By Felicia Lam Casper Yam Ming-ho is so passionate...
The 2021 Election Committee Subsector Ordinary Elections
Hong Kong’s unique urban landscape is featured in cyberpunk films and animations.
Fishermen in Bohai Bay are struggling with sharp decline in harvests and impact of COVID-19. By Laurissa Liu in Tianjin Fishermen hope a four-month moratorium from May to September can...
People shop for daily necessities and fresh products from the wild in street markets in Yunnan.
Cage-like iron nets have been installed on footbridges across the city amid anti-government protests.
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.
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.