The cast of If Not Me, Who?, a play about sustainability that is part of Swire Properties’ Theatre Bites series of short plays at ArtisTree in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation

Climate change, veganism, fast fashion tackled in ‘bite-size’ theatre production by Hong Kong pair

  • Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation’s contribution to series of short plays explores sustainability and sends a hopeful message about how we change our lives
  • Four other mini-plays in Swire Properties series on ‘controversial social topics’ have themes including gangsterism, espionage, gender and diversity
Topic |   Performing arts in Hong Kong

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The cast of If Not Me, Who?, a play about sustainability that is part of Swire Properties’ Theatre Bites series of short plays at ArtisTree in Quarry Bay, Hong Kong. Photo: Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation
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The humphead wrasse, also known as Napoleon wrasse, one of the world’s most endangered coral reef fish. Photo: Alamy

The Humphead wrasse: one of the world’s most endangered coral reef fish, and a delicacy for affluent Chinese diners

  • The scarcity of the fish and its price tag of up to US$850 per kilo has only made it more appealing to those who can afford it
  • Trade in the Napoleon wrasse, as it is also known, is difficult to trace and far from sustainable
Topic |   Conservation

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The humphead wrasse, also known as Napoleon wrasse, one of the world’s most endangered coral reef fish. Photo: Alamy
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