Lam Shu-kam, founder of design studio AllRightsReserved, at an exhibition he curated of Japanese artist Verdy’s works in Hong Kong’s Central business district. Photo: Tory Ho

From a giant rubber duck and Kaws’ Companion to 1,600 papier mache pandas: this man knows what Hong Kong people like

  • Lam Shu-kam brought Florentijn Hofman’s giant rubber duck to the city, as well as Kaws’ Companion and Paulo Grangeon’s 1,600 pandas
  • The founder of design studio AllRightsReserved, Lam has more recently turned to Japanese artists and is currently presenting illustrator Yu Nagaba
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Lam Shu-kam, founder of design studio AllRightsReserved, at an exhibition he curated of Japanese artist Verdy’s works in Hong Kong’s Central business district. Photo: Tory Ho
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Bernice Chan

Bernice Chan

Bernice Chan is a senior writer on the Culture desk. She samples more than her share of dishes around Hong Kong and writes about people and issues that make an impact on the city.