July 1, 2017, marks the 20th anniversary of Hong Kong’s sovereignty handover to China from Britain. Two student activists are fighting for democracy as they are uncertain about the political future of Hong Kong. This is a radio report for Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW).
Ceangal is an Irish Gaelic word means bond and relationship. Irish dancing is gaining popularity in Asia Pacific with regional competitions. In Hong Kong, one Irish dance teacher hopes her daughter will carry on the family tradition to compete in the world championship.
This documentary is produced by four masters students with the University of Hong Kong Journalism and Media Studies Centre. My role in this documentary was editing.
I shot videos (except the YouTube ones) in this WSJ story about YouTube star Ryan Higa.
I shot, edited, scripted and voiced this piece for the Wall Street Journal‘s Digits, a weekly consumer technology show.
For The Wall Street Journal‘s consumer technology show Digits, I shot, edited, scripted and voiced this piece:
I had fun shooting, editing, and producing this most watched video on Coconuts TV in 2015 with 786, 741 views.
We kicked off the first event of 2015 with Dave McClure and Rui Ma of 500 Startups, and the accelerator’s Hong Kong alumni: Ray Chan of 9GAG, Fiona Lau and Tony Wong of Shopline. If you missed the event, here’s an overview.
Cornerstone, an accounting and analytics company, advises startups in Hong Kong to keep their records straight. They’re the the Hong Kong gold partners and advisors for ‘Xero‘ cloud-based accounting software that startups can access via mobile and on the web.