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25/02/2021
Hong Kong Stories - Our Comic Artists (English Version)
Hong Kong Stories - Our Comic Artists (English Version)
When talking about the most representative webcomic artist in Hong Kong in the past decade, “Strange Uncle” Cuson LO (LO Chi-kong) must not be forgotten. His page set up on social media has more than 170 000 fans. His previous work “My (Hong-)Kong-girl Wife” series, as well as “The Chaos of Yellow Glove”, an online competition among illustrators triggered by comic artist Chao Yat and him in 2019, had been hot topics among young Hong Kong netizens. At first, Cuson LO’s comics featured anecdotes in his life. His bits of life with his “(Hong-)Kong-girl” wife and his cute cat at home were all included in his works. As a comic artist, he is a rare success in Hong Kong who makes himself the protagonist in comics and becomes popular. Cuson LO’s humorous and interesting slice of life comics are loved by netizens. Later, as Hong Kong’s political issues have become more and more severe and shocked every Hong Kong people, Cuson LO said that he, as a “Hong Kong pig” and inspired by politics, had begun to draw comics featuring social disputes. His comics are bold and blunt, in which he includes sarcasm that hit the nail on the head, and also the emotional lessons he learnt from social events, bringing tears and laughter and reaching people’s heart. Many of his works are forwarded and shared by numerous netizens, and sometimes may even reverse public opinion. This episode is hosted by scholar cum political comic artist Justin WONG, who will first visit the home office of Cuson LO to understand how he gains inspiration for his creations from his daily life, then they will have an in-depth conversation about various phenomena of today’s webcomics culture. Host: JustinWONG (Political Comic Artist / Assistant Professor, Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University)
24/02/2021
The Works
The Works
With lockdown and social-distancing measures in place, the pandemic has seen a surge in online businesses, such as online shopping, online streaming, video communication and deliveries. With many art and cultural activities on hold, artists too are finding ways to reach their audiences via a more personal and tailor-made approach. Yeung Tong-lung’s paintings depicting the daily lives of Hongkongers, especially the working class, show scenes that can sometimes look very familiar to us, but they can also create an unconventional or even surreal feeling. Yeung says his paintings aren’t specifically about the people or their surroundings. They are about “the act of painting and through that, the act of depicting life”. On show at Blindspot Gallery until 6th March, “Daily Practice” showcases works mainly painted in 2019 and 2020. The exhibition includes a 4.5-metre-wide triptych of a squatter village in Mount Davis, an intimate scene on a rooftop, a crowded eatery and some 33 sketches of everyday life as seen through the windows of his studio in Kennedy Town. As the name suggests, the trio “Chromatic Collective” hopes to bring colour into the music they play. Made up of clarinettist, Theresa Lam, flautist Ginny Tin and pianist Timothy Wong, the chamber ensemble describes itself as wanting to explore the fun in musical chromaticism. Theresa, Ginny and Timothy are with us virtually this week to explain what they mean by that and to talk about their upcoming launch concert.

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