Kung Hei Fat Choi 恭喜發財 The Hong Kong Fixer wishes you a happy and prosperous Chinese New Year ! May the Red Fire Rooster make all your wishes come true !
我想講給你聽。。。一個故事。 Every first tuesday of the month, a bunch of story hungry friends sit down under a Wan Chai tree to exchange the weave and weft of the human soul. They sit down on old recycled tyres, wheels like whales beached on the pavement. And share… I was passing by that tree one of these
At last, Arès, the exciting anticipation film directed by Jean Patrick Bénès is coming a screen near you. In a not too far dystopian future, humanity has failed to heed the writing on the wall. Earth is a total mess, drugs are legal and power is in the hands of a greedy elite. France
Would you like to know more about who’s behind the masks of FHProduction? FHProduction is the 2nd most subscribed Hong Kong YouTube channel. The two main characters wear masks in all of their videos and never unveil their faces. Many teenagers in Hong Kong have questions about the people behind them, so do we. Therefore,
Arès – En Tournage A few months ago, we were jumping up and down on top of the Chinese cities of Shanghai and Chongqing , flying from rooftop to rooftop to collect plates that will help build Jean Bénès’ vision of a futuristic Paris (ok, in the near Future, France is in a very
Our production services work for Morgan Freeman air date is out. The air date has been set for the “Is God an Alien Concept?” episode of Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman Season 5. The show will air Wednesday March 5th on The Science Channel at 10pm ET/PT (USA). Please mark your calendar and set your DVRs/Tivos, so you don’t miss it!
Hear hear hear! The great France Inter radio documentary on Hong Kong by journalist Anne Pastor featuring our work as journalist and media production services providers has been remixed and will air on May 26-31 on Swiss radio RTS La 1ère in the travel show “Détours” (in French). download busybox pro apk Check on their
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