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    Posted Jan 01st 2005, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... to the meaning of post-traumatic stress.' In the light of such general indifference to mental health issues- even after one of Hong Kong's most significant tragedies of recent years- the Hong ... at the Hong Kong Psychological Society. Thanks to the progress Hong Kong has made towards offering post-trauma assistance, however, Wu no longer needs to face the overwhelming work alone. Counselling ...

  2. Vegetable matters

    Posted Jun 20th 2005, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... of today's health and environmentally conscious market- organic food. As the main man behind the Hong Kong Organic Certification Centre (HKOCC), Tsang- who operates out of a container-sized bunker ... pesticides and fertilisers are furtively used. Since the centre's establishment two years ago, 20 certifications have been issued to Hong Kong and mainland farms, Tsang says. He claims his ...

  3. Pictures imperfect

    Posted Dec 29th 2005, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... brought in $60 million on the mainland- twice the amount it made in Hong Kong. Such concerns overshadowed the issue of piracy as a premier concern for the local film industry for the first time ... Hong Kong's movie industry has definitely seen better years... and the future doesn't look too bright either, laments Clarence Tsui THE PAST YEAR should have made Derek Yee ...

  4. Outside the pack

    Posted Oct 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... the protagonists, played by Joe Odagiri and Maggie Q. 'But it's all about making an issue out of the story,' says Tian, who was in the city last week to attend The Warrior and the Wolf's screening at the Hong Kong Asian Film Festival. 'It's just like when light hits a mirror. Suppose the mirror is the source material; what's reflected is filtered through ...

  5. Film

    Posted Sep 23rd 2010, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui, Paul Fonoroff

    ... duo who visit various places around Hong Kong such as the Legislative Council Building and the former Queen's Pier. In Cantonese and English with Chinese and English subtitles. Sept 23, ... and English subtitles. Sept 26, 2.30pm, Film Archive. Landscape from the Other Side: Hong Kong Cinematographer Bill Wong Documentary tracing the career paths and work of cinematographer Wong and five ...

  6. A head in the polls

    Posted Aug 21st 2008, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... Election, a documentary about Hong Kong's Legislative Council polls of 2004. 'It was around April or May this year that we plucked up the courage to face what we started back then,' ... 70-minute documentary, July, released in 2004). The footage on the election, which ran to more than 200 hours, came from up to six teams who tracked selected candidates on Hong Kong Island, ...

  7. Film studies: Protest cinema

    Posted Oct 16th 2008, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... Clarence Tsui For Wong Choi-fung, organising the Hong Kong Social Movement Film Festival has always been a daunting task. It has been run by the independent collective Social Movement ... journalist covering the events for the Independent Media Centre. Wong describes the Hong Kong festival's mission as encouraging 'a global vision and local action'. She and her fellow ...

  8. Troubled waters

    Posted Apr 30th 2005, 12:00am by Ann Hui, Clarence Tsui

    ... Such indifference towards the Vietnamese- which would later erupt into hostility during the 1980s and 1990s- was evident from a general lack of artistic interest about an issue that was on Hong Kong ... The film was subsequently barred by the Hong Kong authorities from further screening for almost a decade. It was the same in Taiwan, where officials overlooked Boat People's anti-communist ...

  9. Also showing: Niko Von Glasow

    Posted May 21st 2009, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... Perfect is screened as part of Goethe-Institut Hongkong's Fall for Imperfection film series. Tomorrow, 8pm, Hong Kong Film Archive ... like the [court jester]- he's allowed to insult the king.' He admits that he 'provokes' people to jolt those who either patronise him or evade the issue of his disability ...


    Posted Jan 21st 2005, 12:00am by Clarence Tsui

    ... As the government prepares to draft anti-racism legislation, Clarence Tsui discovers bigotry is alive and thriving in the city FOR THE PAST few weeks, Hong Kong has basked in the warm glow radiated by being one of the world's most altruistic societies. The $700 million donated to tsunami relief in South Asia 'represents Hong Kong people's love', said an emotional ...




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