‘Hong Kong Remembers’, the FCC’s extravaganza on March 25, will bring together some of the best of Hong Kong’s home grown musical talent with proceeds from the event going to our chosen charity, the China Coast Community.
Prizes include two nights stay at The Peninsula, Bangkok; dinner for four at Crown Wine Cellars; and books signed by authors Chris Patten and David Tang.
A sumptuous dinner at The China Club, helicopter flights, and a tour of Hong Kong in a vintage Rolls-Royce followed by tea at The Peninsula are some of the items up for grabs.
Especially for the FCC, Harry has created this special cartoon reflecting one of the most topical subjects of the hour – the upcoming Chief Executive election.
The Human Rights Press Awards are run by the FCC, Amnesty International Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Journalists Association. The ceremony will take place in May 2017. Click here for more information.
The images in this exhibition are excerpts from part two of the series: The Digital Age.
Photographer Matjaz Tančič spoke about his “3DPRK” project which involves taking 3D portraits of ordinary people as they go about their daily life in North….
There is one sure way for an individual journalist to make money online: lie through your teeth to an audience that is not interested in….
The young American revealed that the film is about a British-born Chinese photographer in the city who captures a crime on camera and becomes obsessed….
It seems that hardly a day passes that individuals using social media and websites in China are restricted, closed down or prosecuted, usually with some….