Sham Shui Po is the scene of a mysterious downpour in the short story Epidemic Investigation, which is included in the science fiction book Dark Fluid. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong science fiction writers and artists paint dystopian future in new book

Compilation Dark Fluid, a collaboration with art gallery Things That Can Happen, conjures some terrifying prospects for Hongkongers, but it’s also a manual for social change infused with a fearless imagination

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Sham Shui Po is the scene of a mysterious downpour in the short story Epidemic Investigation, which is included in the science fiction book Dark Fluid. Photo: Felix Wong
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Enid Tsui

Enid Tsui

Enid joined the SCMP as senior culture writer in 2015 after many years of covering business and politics in Hong Kong and London. She edited and wrote for the Financial Times and the Nikkei Asian Review, presented on RTHK Radio 3, and launched the Economist Group's first Chinese-language publication, CFO China.