1. Designing Brick History

    2021-12-21 18:00:00 UTC
    THE ZOOM CALL THAT SPARKED IT ALL It was 11am on a Sunday and I was standing in front of the metal gates leading to the construction site in the Royal Docks, behind Tate & Lyle Sugars Factory in Newham. I had just cycled seven miles and woven through perhaps…

  2. One Wandered, One Wondered.

    2019-12-04 10:05:00 UTC
    “…the people who move through the streets are all strangers. At each encounter, they imagine a thousand things about one another; meetings which could take place between them, conversations, surprises, caresses, bites. But no one greets anyone; eyes lock for a second, then dart away, seeking other eyes, never stopping…something…

  3. When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Limoncello

    2019-10-06 10:46:45 UTC
    An account of how to respond in a case of artwork emergency at the Venice Biennale Gallery Interns Sai Wing (left) and Annie Lye (right) amending artwork ‘Negotiated Differences’ by Shirley Tse. © 2019 Hong Kong Pavilion, 58th Venice Biennale serves 3 for a respectable period of gaiety 1 pair

  4. Where-else if not Elsewhere?

    2015-01-30 07:32:00 UTC
    This is,to remind myself, - of my muse,whom I may never be good enough for Still searching for solaceamidst the silence of recollections.

  5. Wan Chai Wetmarket

    2015-01-30 07:11:00 UTC
    “Perhaps it’s that you can’t go back in time, but you can return to the scenes of a love, of a crime, of happiness, and of a fatal decision; the places are what remain, are what you can possess, are what is immortal. They become the tangible landscape of memory,…

  6. Farewell, Fear

    2014-10-09 22:30:00 UTC
    What do we fear the most? I know what I fear. I fear bidding permanent farewell to my loved-ones On Independence day July 4th 2014, my family and I wished our final farewell to 梁陳慕貞, the woman whom I affectionately call 婆婆. Every winter break my mother and I travel…

  7. Mid-Autumn

    2014-09-11 13:15:44 UTC
    Murky grey is her face swirling the way milk glides through coffee. Ever so gently, pushing past the next molecule. The path, void of predictability: down it plunges; up it rises, now skating sideways before curling upon itself. Overhead and far from touch. Hide and seek she plays, one moment…

  8. Cantonese love their fried dough

    2014-06-26 04:07:05 UTC
    留哥 makes up to 400 pieces of  油炸鬼 every morning There is no limit to what you can pair this golden-goodness with. You could go with the usual congee x 油炸鬼, or ask to have it rolled up (thus softened) in rice-noodle roll which is another delicacy by itself, called…

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