Hong Kong curator Johnson Chang is looking forward to a post-Covid-19 world and what it will mean for capitalism

//Hong Kong curator Johnson Chang is looking forward to a post-Covid-19 world and what it will mean for capitalism

Hong Kong curator Johnson Chang is looking forward to a post-Covid-19 world and what it will mean for capitalism

Hong Kong born: My father, Chimou Chang, hails from Shangyu, not too far from Ningbo, in Zhejiang province, where my mother, Paochu Chou, comes from. They both went to school in Shanghai, where my grandparents had businesses. My father studied civil engineering. After the revolution, in 1949, they came to Hong Kong where my father set up a factory producing nylon products, a new and fashionable clothing material.I was born in 1951 and grew up in Kowloon.The factory was located in Hung Hom and…

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