Luke Ching in Tai Po wet market, where he is working to support cleaners. Photo: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen Luke Ching in Tai Po wet market, where he is working to support cleaners. Photo: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
Luke Ching in Tai Po wet market, where he is working to support cleaners. Photo: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
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Luke Ching on his journey from artist, to observer, to activist

  • After witnessing the Queen’s Pier protest in 2007, Ching started to question what it meant to be local in Hong Kong
  • His campaigns have included getting museum security guards seats, before doing the same for supermarket staff

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Luke Ching in Tai Po wet market, where he is working to support cleaners. Photo: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen Luke Ching in Tai Po wet market, where he is working to support cleaners. Photo: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
Luke Ching in Tai Po wet market, where he is working to support cleaners. Photo: SCMP / Xiaomei Chen
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