Agnes is a culture-enthusiast who thinks that movies, music and books are as important as air to humans. Except writing, photography is her second passion for she enjoys the dynamics every photo carries.
Born and raised in multicultural Hong Kong, Billy has learnt to appreciate the beauty of cultural diversity from a very young age. He is enthusiastic about travelling and deems every travel experience as a new way of looking at the world. Inspired by the simplicity of life, he is very… more »
Charlotte has a strong interest in environmental issues and “green” solutions. Aside from having a keen interest in environmental issues (and trying to become an expert as an environmentalist), she is also very interested in history, culture, good food, literature and writing. She really wants to eat her way around… more »
Born in the year of the handover. Erin is a self-described microwave oven – cold on the outside and warm inside. She is currently an English for Professional Communication major; a vivid American television and novels junkie, and a nerd who is always away with the faeries. Not a big… more »
Isabella Tam is a Hong Kong-based curator and previously worked for art institutions in Hong Kong, London and Edinburgh. Trained as an art historian, Isabella is interested in artistic production primarily in Hong Kong and East Asia. In her curatorial direction, her interest is in exploring unorthodox curatorial practices that… more »
Jianne is a Hong Kong-born Filipino freelance writer and international journalism major. She is a lover of anime and manga, Asian literature/cinema and is suffering from an incurable wanderlust. A self-confessed frustrated poet, she’s also an ethnic minority youth advocate and always thinking about fictional characters.
Karen Tsui works on helping businesses grow and writes on her website wheretheheartleads. She is passionate about design, food, and well-being. She has lived in New York and New Hampshire where she got to gorge on museums and films, as well as ride racing-bikes and sing in choirs. Now back… more »