When 67-year-old Yu Pujiang came to Hong Kong from Hubei 30 years ago, he worked at construction sites and a metal hardware store. After retirement, he became an acrobat and started performing at Sai Yeung Choi Street South in Mong Kok.
His feats include Michael Jackson dancing, jumping over the hula hoop and other traditional Chinese acrobatics.
(Photo: SCMP’s James Wendlinger)
Chants of "Manchester! Manchester!" ring out as thousands gather for a multi-faith vigil in the city centre to remember the victims of the deadly suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State group. (Photo: AFP)
Police say a blast at Manchester Arena where U.S. singer Ariana Grande had been performing left a number of people dead and injured. Cell phone video captures the moment.
Dozens of participants experienced a half day in wheelchairs, completing six assigned tasks at different spots in Wan Chai.
The workshop, organised by WNYG Media Award in conjunction with Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong (ADA), aimed to bring out the possible daily challenges faced by wheelchair users and reflect on the city’s barrier-free designs and facilities.
Photographer Kevin Cheng led the discussion and shared his experience as a wheelchair user. Our culture reporter Rachel Cheung joined them.
(Photo: SCMP’s Xiaomei Chen)