Man and Cage by artist Rick Yeung (1987) referred to Hong Kong not being consulted during Sino-British negotiations before the handover. Photo: Para Site Man and Cage by artist Rick Yeung (1987) referred to Hong Kong not being consulted during Sino-British negotiations before the handover. Photo: Para Site
Man and Cage by artist Rick Yeung (1987) referred to Hong Kong not being consulted during Sino-British negotiations before the handover. Photo: Para Site

Coronavirus compared to Sars, ‘Yellow Peril’ and death of Leslie Cheung in exhibition on Hong Kong’s past traumas

  • Revived exhibition from 2013 evokes images of difficult periods in Hong Kong’s past, such as plague of 1894, Sars outbreak and singer Leslie Cheung’s death
  • The exhibition, ‘A Journal of the Plague Year: Fear, ghosts, rebels. SARS, Leslie and the Hong Kong story’, will be a virtual one, streamed on YouTube

Topic |   Art
Man and Cage by artist Rick Yeung (1987) referred to Hong Kong not being consulted during Sino-British negotiations before the handover. Photo: Para Site Man and Cage by artist Rick Yeung (1987) referred to Hong Kong not being consulted during Sino-British negotiations before the handover. Photo: Para Site
Man and Cage by artist Rick Yeung (1987) referred to Hong Kong not being consulted during Sino-British negotiations before the handover. Photo: Para Site
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