The Harmony HK team (from left) include art director John David Dela Peri, founder Harmony (Anne-Marie) Ilunga and cinematographer Anthony Tamayo Asis. Photo: Jonathan Wong The Harmony HK team (from left) include art director John David Dela Peri, founder Harmony (Anne-Marie) Ilunga and cinematographer Anthony Tamayo Asis. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Harmony HK team (from left) include art director John David Dela Peri, founder Harmony (Anne-Marie) Ilunga and cinematographer Anthony Tamayo Asis. Photo: Jonathan Wong

The Adventist College student hoping to bring harmony to Hong Kong by using fashion, music and dance to combat city’s overt racism

  • Model told she is ‘too dark’ for the industry attempts to change attitudes to ethnic minorities in the city
  • Fashion and music event from Harmony HK is being staged to counter negative perceptions of refugees

Topic |   City Weekend
The Harmony HK team (from left) include art director John David Dela Peri, founder Harmony (Anne-Marie) Ilunga and cinematographer Anthony Tamayo Asis. Photo: Jonathan Wong The Harmony HK team (from left) include art director John David Dela Peri, founder Harmony (Anne-Marie) Ilunga and cinematographer Anthony Tamayo Asis. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Harmony HK team (from left) include art director John David Dela Peri, founder Harmony (Anne-Marie) Ilunga and cinematographer Anthony Tamayo Asis. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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