Joseph Angelakis (left) and Chris Owen have captured a key element of local culture in their documentary short, The Fading Spirit of Dai Pai Dong. Photos: Jonathan Wong, Sam TsangJoseph Angelakis (left) and Chris Owen have captured a key element of local culture in their documentary short, The Fading Spirit of Dai Pai Dong. Photos: Jonathan Wong, Sam Tsang
Joseph Angelakis (left) and Chris Owen have captured a key element of local culture in their documentary short, The Fading Spirit of Dai Pai Dong. Photos: Jonathan Wong, Sam Tsang

Dai pai dong an endangered species in Hong Kong

Dai pai dong are an important part of local culture, but are we doing enough to keep them alive, asks Kate Whitehead

Topic |   LIFE
Joseph Angelakis (left) and Chris Owen have captured a key element of local culture in their documentary short, The Fading Spirit of Dai Pai Dong. Photos: Jonathan Wong, Sam TsangJoseph Angelakis (left) and Chris Owen have captured a key element of local culture in their documentary short, The Fading Spirit of Dai Pai Dong. Photos: Jonathan Wong, Sam Tsang
Joseph Angelakis (left) and Chris Owen have captured a key element of local culture in their documentary short, The Fading Spirit of Dai Pai Dong. Photos: Jonathan Wong, Sam Tsang
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