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CREATING ACROSS CULTURES

Leung Ping-kwan, Danny Yung, and pioneers Lui Shou-kwan, Hon Chi Fun, Wucius Wong and many others. They have persevered against their city’s overarching disinterest in the arts and forged ahead with hope and determination, despite being ignored or even evicted. Choi has played a quiet, but fundamental role in a miraculous project—taking a desert and making it bloom through creative vision, innovation and sheer hard work.

Thinking Through Seeing, installation by Choi Yan Chi, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 2010. Choi Yan Chi and 1a Space created this work as part of the Kai Tak River Project, an environmental program that brought together the community for the rehabilitation of one of the longest and most polluted waterways in Hong Kong. The installation included projections of images of the waters, full of fish and underwater life, of the newly cleaned public nullah.

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Creating Across Cultures - Choi Yan Chi  

These articles first appeared in the 2017 publication "Creating Across Cultures: Women in the Arts from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan",...

Creating Across Cultures - Choi Yan Chi  

These articles first appeared in the 2017 publication "Creating Across Cultures: Women in the Arts from China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan",...

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