Birdy Chu reflects on documenting the historic moment in which the territory was formally passed back from the UK to China.
In the UK, Hongkongers are continuing to stand in solidarity with the pro-democracy movement.
A new exhibition brings together photographer Greg Girard’s evocative shots of Hong Kong during the city’s golden age.
Photographer Jamie Curtis Lee Taete recounts documenting various Christian tourist attractions around the world at a time when these institutions find themselves in decline.
Photographer Ted Lau recalls his trip to the DPRK where he went to shoot the spectacular Grand Mass Games, and residents‘ daily life.
From Russia to India and Hong Kong, we take a look at the zines which are carving out vital spaces of self-expression for queer people in countries where same-sex relationships still remain taboo.
Evans Chan’s new documentary sees him recording recent action in Hong Kong, before posing the question: what comes next?
Photographer Elke Numeyer shares her hazy portraits of the island in a new series, capturing a picturesque region that’s riddled with cultural contradictions.
Despite the city’s darkening political climate, its youth have found a space of freedom and resistance in Hidden Agenda – a local punk venue on the brink of extinction.
This May Day, protestors in Hong Kong took to the streets to demand the release of two labour activists arrested for organising with workers for better conditions.
The strange story of Mighty Current publishing takes another turn, as UK national Lee Bo becomes the fifth employee to go missing.
Writer, musician and activist Bryony Beynon, who co-directs Hollaback London – an org to end street harassment – curates the most inspiring acts of activism in 2014.