Considering Hong Kong a conservative city, many people are afraid of getting hurt and breaking the rules. While parkour requires rolling over fences or leaping across rooftop, the sport is still under debate especially in this crowded and hustle environment. Is there a possibility for parkour to be recognised in Hong Kong?
By Jonah M. Kessel, NYT. "Although Wallace Chan grew up in extreme poverty, he designs some of the most expensive jewelry in the world. Mr. Chan experiments with technology to make unique pieces at his workshop in Hong Kong."
in July 2015, The Centre for Community Cultural Development in partnership with music therapists and Hong Kong Society For Rehabiliatation launched a music theraphy project called "We Can't Speak But We Can Sing!", aiming to help stroke survivors regain their speaking ability through singing training.
I worked as an intern in the video desk of Agence France-Presse in 2015. I often have to work on stock shots and provide more variety for reporting Hong Kong issues from an international view.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_OccXgVkVw Kitty Yau spends every Saturday with hockey. She is a hockey field player, a coach and an umpire. Comparing to football and basketball, hockey is a less popular sport in Hong Kong. Kitty, who has been playing field hockey since she was 19, takes promoting the sport to the younger generation as her mission. … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Kitty Yau