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Lau Ka-kuen
Lau Ka-kuen
Hong Kong
Graphic designer, illustrator
Lau Ka-kuen joined the Post in 2006 as a graphic artist. He has a special interest in illustration and won an award of excellence from the Society of Newspaper Design in 2016.

The second biggest Chinese holiday of the year is full of tradition – from mooncakes, lanterns to how it’s celebrated, and what the legend is behind the festival.

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Every year, on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, crews of paddlers re-enact the legend of Qu Yuan. They power long, narrow boats, their prows mounted with ferocious dragon heads, through the water, to the frenzied, rhythmic beating of drums

Sixty-five years after Godzilla first stomped onto our screens in the 1954 Japanese film, the radioactive monster is back again.

Every year, on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month, crews of paddlers re-enact the legend of Qu Yuan. They power boats mounted with ferocious dragon heads through the water to the frenzied beating of drums.

Pigs loom large in Chinese culture so it is little wonder that the character for pig, an animal central to traditional village life, is written nestled inside the character for home

The deadly explosion that ripped through Bangkok’s Erawan Shrine in a busy tourist area on Monday constituted a rare attack of that scale. Elsewhere in Thailand, however, the violence has been more palpable, with a sequence of bombings attributed to various groups over the past four years and many of the attacks occurring in the country’s restive south.