My Hong Kong by Luisa Tam
The comedic subculture that helped Hongkongers fight their fears and frustrations
- Slapstick humour was championed by city’s ‘King of Comedy’ Stephen Chow in early 1990s
- Genre bridges generational gap with humour often very specific to Hong Kong
Luisa Tam has been a journalist for more than 30 years. She has held a variety of roles during her career, including working as a producer for NDR German TV, a media campaigner with Greenpeace, and as the deputy managing editor of Eastern Express. She previously worked at the Post from 1988 to 1990, before rejoining in her current role in 2015.