No contemplation of Hong Kong’s future could avoid a reference to events in its recent past, such as the Occupy Central protests. Photo: Dickson Lee

Yellow-tinged projections of Hong Kong’s future mark a return to form for Hong Kong Writers Circle

Floods swamping Kowloon Tong, robots replacing domestic helpers, the Great Smog of 2024, an ominous knock on the door - Hong Kong Future Perfect is an entertaining collection of satirical short stories by city writers

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No contemplation of Hong Kong’s future could avoid a reference to events in its recent past, such as the Occupy Central protests. Photo: Dickson Lee
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William Wadsworth

William Wadsworth

William Wadsworth has a 44-year association with Hong Kong, and represents the second of three generations of his family with a connection to the South China Morning Post. A former staffer and past member of Britain's Guild of Motoring Writers, Bill has written about cars, arts, property and books for the Post for 15 years. Now retired at 60, he is an avid trailwalker-camper, and studies Asia's meetings and events industry as a hobby.