Hong Kong popular Culture

Deciphering Hong Kong, Hong Kong popular Culture, The Hong Kong Fixer

Where have the Empire Cinemas gone?


When I arrived in Hong Kong, the place was still dotted by old style cinemas, echos of an English colonial past. The leathered seats were a bit squeaky, the attendants, dressed as hotel grooms, were a bit grumpy, the tickets were handprinted and your seat number was marked with a fat red color pencil…. no

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Hong Kong popular Culture, The Hong Kong Fixer

Walking in Shu Qi’s footsteps


  To work with sound. To evoke Hong Kong by capturing its audio soul. Thus was the intention at the Anne Pastor’s radio reportage that was recently broadcasted on France Inter, France’s national broadcast station. Anne and I have retraced the path taken by the sublime Shu Qi, whose velvety voice invites us in a Soundwalk, a synchronised audio

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