腾讯视频链接 机场候机厅里 一个穿蓬蓬裙梳羊角辫的小女孩 显摆地跟另一个同龄的女孩微信语音 “我现在在飞机场，发几张图给你看” “你是要去国外嘛？” “对啊，香港不就是国外嘛” 一旁专注在手机上的爸爸 用手肘碰了碰女孩儿 “谁说香港是国外？”
INTRO: An exploration into the relationship between mainland Chinese and local students at HKU, and what it means for young musicians in the current age. Produced by Xu Xiaotong, Yang Yuqing and Catherine Ou Yang
The Editor-in-cheif Tom Grundy guides you visit Hong Kong Free Press office Put on your VR goggles or cardboard and check out this immersive video!
Produced by YANG YUQING LIN SHUANGSHUANG
So to speak, Hong Kong is a heaven for street music. In front of the Hong Kong Arts Centre, open concerts are held from time to time. The performances have different styles, attracting local citizens and visitors. The following videos are about one of the shows. Just enjoy the music, and the life!
In the past, the street performers were allowed to perform in the Mong Kok 24 hours every day. However, due to some noise complaints, the district council shortened the time to 4pm-10pm on weekends. Do residents like the street performance? Is it really that noisy? Has the restrictions made any effect? Does the government support the…
On November 7, 2015, Hong Kong Pride Parade started from Victoria Park to Tamar Park. The parade is an annual march in Hong Kong. This year, the theme is “Yell Out For Equality” and the mascot is two yellow giraffes for the Cantonese idiom “waiting until the neck becomes long.”