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Why graffiti has never taken off in oh-so-law-abiding Hong Kong

Graffiti artists are few and far between in Hong Kong. ‘Taggers’ say it hasn’t caught on because of young people’s eclectic tastes, the heavy hand of teachers and a desire not to break the law

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM
Why graffiti has never taken off in oh-so-law-abiding Hong Kong

Graffiti artists are few and far between in Hong Kong. ‘Taggers’ say it hasn’t caught on because of young people’s eclectic tastes, the heavy hand of teachers and a desire not to break the law

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