Hong Kong in Hyperlapse
At just 21 years old, Hong Kong filmmaker Sam Robinson is showing what it means to think ‘outside the box’ by shooting his home city in a hip and era-defining style.
Convinced he can better the smart glasses efforts of Google, MAD Gaze founder Jordan Cheng has made it his life’s mission to create the world’s first leading AR smart glasses.
Thai artist Vasan Sitthiket, founder of Bangkok gallery Rebel Art Space, on the importance of art as protest and how the student massacre of 1976 changed his life and still motivates him to this day.
Experimental filmmaker and producer Gina See-Yuen Wong lays the foundations for women from all backgrounds to succeed in the male-dominated world of film.
Christina Dean, founder of Hong Kong-based NGO Redress, established her upcycled fashion brand The R Collective to transform fashion waste products into new pieces of clothing, shifting global opinion and consumer culture as she goes.
Actor Nick Shen is on a quest to bring back a centuries-old art form with Tok Tok Chiang, a theatre troupe promoting Chinese opera to a new generation in Singapore.
Price cuts, red tags and capital ‘SALE’ letters are what OnTheList are reimagining in Hong Kong. Parisian duo Diego Lacoste and Delphine Lefay are determinedly redefining Hong Kong’s discount shopping culture.