Kaliz Lee

Kaliz Lee

Prolific graphic artist Kaliz Lee won medals for her multifaceted illustration portfolio two years running at the Society for News Design annual competition in New York. A contributing artist at the South China Morning Post since 2011, Kaliz has several corporate clients who know a great artist when they see one.

Latest from Kaliz Lee

Explainer | Omicron variant visual guide: symptoms, cases, spread map and travel restrictions

Scientists worldwide are racing to establish if current treatments and vaccines are effective against the new Omicron Covid-19 variant as governments try to slow its spread by tightening border controls.

Scientists worldwide are racing to establish if current treatments and vaccines are effective against the new Omicron Covid-19 variant as governments try to slow its spread by tightening border controls.

7 Dec 2021 - 5:30AM
September 11 attacks 20 years on: how it changed the world

20 years on, how have the September 11  attacks ruptured America’s sense of safety and plunged the West into a “war on terror”?

20 years on, how have the September 11  attacks ruptured America’s sense of safety and plunged the West into a “war on terror”?

11 Sep 2021 - 4:00AM
Explainer | Tokyo Olympics: Top 20 Chinese gold medal contenders

Visual explainer: Who are China’s top medal contenders at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics?

Visual explainer: Who are China’s top medal contenders at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics?

26 Jul 2021 - 3:27PM
Explainer | Visual story: Who is Asia’s football king, Lee Wai-tong?

Hong Kong born footballer, Lee Wai-tong is considered one of the five greatest players of all time, along with Pele and Stanley Matthews. Who is he?

Hong Kong born footballer, Lee Wai-tong is considered one of the five greatest players of all time, along with Pele and Stanley Matthews. Who is he?

22 May 2021 - 10:50AM
What’s life in Wuhan like a year after the world’s first lockdown?

One year on, what life is like after a 76-day citywide lockdown in the Chinese central city of Wuhan.

One year on, what life is like after a 76-day citywide lockdown in the Chinese central city of Wuhan.

22 Jan 2021 - 2:00PM
How successful was Hong Kong’s coronavirus mass testing programme?

After Hong Kong was blindsided by a third wave of Covid-19 infections, the city’s government joined forces with authorities on the Chinese mainland to identify carriers of the coronavirus. Hong Kong’s first Universal Community Testing Programme (UCTP) started on September 1, 2020, and ran for a fortnight. The citywide testing programme cost the Hong Kong government an estimated HK$530 million (US$68 million). It ultimately identified just 42 new Covid-19 infections among the 1.78 million people who registered to be tested. So, did the results justify the time and resources put into the project?

After Hong Kong was blindsided by a third wave of Covid-19 infections, the city’s government joined forces with authorities on the Chinese mainland to identify carriers of the coronavirus. Hong Kong’s first Universal Community Testing Programme (UCTP) started on September 1, 2020, and ran for a fortnight. The citywide testing programme cost the Hong Kong government an estimated HK$530 million (US$68 million). It ultimately identified just 42 new Covid-19 infections among the 1.78 million people who registered to be tested. So, did the results justify the time and resources put into the project?

9 Oct 2020 - 8:11PM
Hong Kong Covid-19 testing explained: was it a success?

Beijing joined forces with local authorities to offer Hongkongers a free Covid-19 Universal Community Testing Programme. Was it a success?

Beijing joined forces with local authorities to offer Hongkongers a free Covid-19 Universal Community Testing Programme. Was it a success?

28 Sep 2020 - 5:00PM
Why India-China border clash in Galwan Valley turned into deadly brawl

Without firing a single shot, 20 Indian soldiers died in the Galwan Valley when troops from the nuclear-armed nations fought with bare fists, sticks and stones.

Without firing a single shot, 20 Indian soldiers died in the Galwan Valley when troops from the nuclear-armed nations fought with bare fists, sticks and stones.

6 Jul 2020 - 3:07PM
How China's 'reform and opening up' transformed poor families into middle-class shoppers

We explore the magnitude of the measures on urban families forty years after the opening up of the Chinese economy.

 

We explore the magnitude of the measures on urban families forty years after the opening up of the Chinese economy.

 

7 Dec 2018 - 2:45PM
7 Aug 2018 - 2:09AM
INFOGRAPHIC: Surveying territorial claims in the South China Sea

The resource-rich South China Sea is claimed in part or wholly by China, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam and the Philippines. The reclamation activities of various countries have been going on for years. But it was not until January that China intensively ramped its efforts.

The resource-rich South China Sea is claimed in part or wholly by China, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam and the Philippines. The reclamation activities of various countries have been going on for years. But it was not until January that China intensively ramped its efforts.

1 Jun 2015 - 8:48AM
17 Aug 2011 - 12:00AM