I'm a multimedia journalist based in Hong Kong currently working at the Asia-Pacific video desk of Agence France-Presse. For the past eight years, I've been covering politics and social issues in Hong Kong and the greater China region. My...
HONG KONG - FEB 29, 2020 Hikers take pictures on High Junk Peak overlooking Clearwater Bay in Hong Kong. Remote hiking trails are offering Hong Kongers an open-air escape from the coronavirus fears that have engulfed the densely-populated city and triggered the closure of public facilities and schools. (Photo by YAN ZHAO/AFP via Getty Images)
TAIPEI, TAIWAN - JAN 11, 2020 Supporters of Taiwan's current president and Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate, Tsai Ing-wen cheer and wave flags as Tsai announced her re-election as President of Taiwan on January 11, 2020.
HONG KONG - MARCH 15, 2019 Students hold placards and shout slogans calling for city leaders to take action on climate change as they participate in a protest on March 15, 2019, in Hong Kong, China. Inspired by Greta Thunberg, the young environmental activist who has started a class strike since August 2018 to protest outside Sweden's parliament, students worldwide have followed her lead to voice for climate change.
HONG KONG - NOV 19, 2020 Students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) hold black balloons and placards as they gather at the statue of the "Goddess of Democracy" at a protest on campus in memory of the pro-democracy demonstrations at CUHK a year ago, during graduation festivities in the Shatin area of Hong Kong on November 19, 2020. (Photo by YAN ZHAO/AFP via Getty Images)
HONG KONG - OCT 18, 2020 A visitor stands in front of a picture of a colonial time Hong Kong stamp at the Hong Kong History Museum on its last day of opening before it enters into a two-year revamp. There are public concerns that the city's colonial past and history that deemed sensitive to the mainland authorities will be watered down after the renovation. (Photo by YAN ZHAO/AFP via Getty Images)
HONG KONG - AUG 22, 2020 A vendor arranges fresh copies of the Apple Daily newspaper in Hong Kong early on August 11, 2020, with a front-page photo of its founder Jimmy Lai being escorted through the paper's newsroom by police following his arrest under the new national security law. - Hong Kongers queued to snap up copies of pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily on August 11, the day after police arrested its owner and raided its offices in the latest operation targeting China's critics in the city. The headline in red reads "Apple will strive on" and the headline on the top reads "200 police searched Next Media, arrested Jimmy Lai" (Photo by YAN ZHAO/AFP via Getty Images)
HONG KONG - AUG 5, 2020 Pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow (R), Joshua Wong (C) and Ivan Lam (L) speak to the press outside the court for illegal assembly charges in relation to a protest outside the city's police headquarters in June 2019, at West Kowloon Magistrates' Courts on August 5, 2020 in Hong Kong, China
HONG KONG - DEC 21, 2018 A man paraglides down Ngong Ping at Ma On Shan Country Park overlooking the shoreline of Sai Kung in Hong Kong. - With most young Hong Kongers priced out of the city's eye-watering property market -- often living with parents in cramped flats well into their thirties -- paragliding is one of a number of outdoor sports that offers release from the stress of the concrete jungle below.
HONG KONG - SEPT 2020 Joseph Tso hand-paints porcelain items at Yuet Tung China Works at his workshop in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong. Established in 1928, Yuet Tung China Works was Hong Kong's first hand-painted porcelain factory. As required by the US, Hong Kong goods for export to the states have to be labelled as "Made in China" starting from November 9, 2020. Although the requirement will not change a product's tariff designation, local manufacturers fear that such change would undermine the reputation of Hong Kong brands.