portraits of hong kong's young protestors
Hong Kong photographer Eric has been documenting what the city's young people wear to protest – from face masks and goggles to plastic-wrapping.
inside hong kong's voguing scene
After emerging in Harlem's ballroom scene back in the 1960s, voguing has found a new home, and a renaissance, in Asia.
hong kong designer anais mak turns the city's energy into fashion
After showcasing her label Anais Jourden at Hong Kong Centrestage, her focus now turns to Paris.
what to look out for at hong kong centrestage 2019
The four day festival spotlights Asia’s fashion industry, from established designers to the next generation.
cehryl on her new video 'satellite'
The Hong Kong-born singer-songwriter creates a zero-gravity atmosphere deliberately designed to get lost within.
these hong kong creatives aren't afraid to show off their ink
We meet five people on a mission to break the stigma around tattoo culture.
merry lamb lamb is the hong kong synth star making music for introverts
Here are 10 things you need to know about her.
the designers behind yanyan want you to dress like their grandmas
i-D talks to Phyllis Chan and Suzzie Chung about their new knitwear line inspired by the bold old women and colourful architecture of Hong Kong.
how ka-man tse’s ‘narrow distances’ contemplates what it means to be seen
Announced as the recipient of the 2018 Aperture Portfolio Prize in December, we speak to Chinese-American artist and Yale lecturer Ka-Man Tse about her award-winning project, ‘narrow distances’.
this is the creative community of hong kong, straight up
Photographer Desiré van den Berg visited the Clockenflap Festival in Hong Kong, where Erykah Badu, David Byrne, and many more were performing. Against a neon lit backdrop she captured the festival’s most interesting visitors.
photography that celebrates a full-spectrum of asian masculinity
Alexandra Leese is a half-Chinese, half-English photographer, looking to dismantle tired stereotypes of Asian men with her imagery.
crazy japanese band wednesday campanella use wikipedia to help them write songs
They were the only Japanese act to play Tyler’s Camp Flog Gnaw festival and their frontwoman recently rolled across a sweaty Hong Kong crowd in a giant hamster ball. After the latter set, we met singer Kom_I for a chat over pastel-coloured mochi.