Freedom ≠ China; Hong Kong Independence, the Only Way Out.
Freedom ≠ China; Hong Kong Independence, the Only Way Out. 2020 Photography
A photograph showing a protest art found on the street in Hong Kong during the New Year's Day Rally. The meaning of the spray-painted text matches the title of the artwork.
Did 2019 Make Us Braver? 2020 Photography
A photograph showing a protest art found on the street in Hong Kong. The meaning of the spray-painted text matches the title of the artwork.
Hope Rests With the People, Change Begins With the Struggle. 2020 Photography
A digital collage made up of the images taken in a Vigil in remembrance of people who possibly died in the Hong Kong protest. Images include flowers, candles, and massage cards.
The Lost Souls 2019 Digital Collage
A print inspired by the traditional decoration for Chinese New Year. The phrase, 出入平安, means travel safely.
Be Safe, My Friends. 2019 Screenprinting 24x24"
Fearful to Fearless. 3D Installation Artwork, 2019.
Fearful to Fearless 2019 3D Installation
A photograph showing part of the feedback given by the viewers after viewing the artist's installation project (Fearful to Fearless).
Engaging in Free Speech 2019 Photography
A print showing the clash between protestors and police officers happened in the 2014 Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong
The Umbrella Movement 2018 Screenprinting 11 x 17.5”
A print inspired by the iconic image of a Chinese man standing in front of a column of tanks
Tank Man of Tiananmen Square 2018 Screenprinting 11 x 17.5”
A print showing a Tibetan man who lost his life in the 2008 unrest
The Death of a Tibetan Man 2018 Screenprinting 11 x 17.5”
Statement

Growing up in Hong Kong, an international city infused with both British and Chinese cultures, I always struggle with the issues of social identity, cultural conflict as well as freedom of speech. As an artist, my major inspiration comes from different social movements and protests that happen in Hong Kong and China; for example, the 1989 June-Fourth Incident in Beijing, the 2014 Umbrella Revolution, and the 2019 Anti-Extradition Law Protest in Hong Kong. My activism highly influences my art practice. In each body of work, I often refer to a specific social issue to bring out a deeper and more critical problem through my perspective as a Hong Konger.