Styrofoam box collector Tsan is among those whose story is being told by Hong Kong Shifts, which was founded by Maxime Vanhollebeke and a fellow lawyer to tell the stories of Hong Kong’s shift workers. Photo: Hong Kong Shifts
Styrofoam box collector Tsan is among those whose story is being told by Hong Kong Shifts, which was founded by Maxime Vanhollebeke and a fellow lawyer to tell the stories of Hong Kong’s shift workers. Photo: Hong Kong Shifts
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‘Taken for granted’: Hong Kong’s shift workers, from street cleaners to guards to bamboo scaffolders, are having their stories told

  • Maxime Vanhollebeke and Cynthia Cheng founded the Hong Kong Shifts platform to share stories of shift workers, which has evolved into a social enterprise
  • From January 12 to 14 it will host an exhibition and community event in which the stories collected over the past three years will be displayed

Styrofoam box collector Tsan is among those whose story is being told by Hong Kong Shifts, which was founded by Maxime Vanhollebeke and a fellow lawyer to tell the stories of Hong Kong’s shift workers. Photo: Hong Kong Shifts
Styrofoam box collector Tsan is among those whose story is being told by Hong Kong Shifts, which was founded by Maxime Vanhollebeke and a fellow lawyer to tell the stories of Hong Kong’s shift workers. Photo: Hong Kong Shifts
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