by Arthur Tam

When you think Hong Kong, you think of mesmerising neon lights, tall skyscrapers and the gorgeous panoramic view from the top of Victoria Peak. You notice the swift transportation system, luxury malls, fancy bars and the energetic pace of the city. But when you slow down from the bustle and search for a local creative community, you might find it difficult to find, with all the commercial properties taking over the city leaving little space for young artists to cultivate their craft and thrive…

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March 27, 2019 — 11:30am