Mark Peaker, co-founder of 3812 Gallery in Central, has released a book containing many of his many letters to the South China Morning Post. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Mark Peaker, co-founder of 3812 Gallery in Central, has released a book containing many of his many letters to the South China Morning Post. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Prolific South China Morning Post letter writer Mark Peaker on his new book, why lawmaker Junius Ho ‘needed to be shut up’, and freedom of expression

  • For 18 years Mark Peaker has been writing to the South China Morning Post about everything from Hong Kong’s Covid response to LGBTQ rights
  • A selection of his letters, illustrated by the Post’s political cartoonist Harry Harrison, can be found in his new book, Peaker of the Peak

Mark Peaker, co-founder of 3812 Gallery in Central, has released a book containing many of his many letters to the South China Morning Post. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Mark Peaker, co-founder of 3812 Gallery in Central, has released a book containing many of his many letters to the South China Morning Post. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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