Hong Kong filmmaker Ellen Pau on embracing her identity as an artist, a woman and a lesbian

//Hong Kong filmmaker Ellen Pau on embracing her identity as an artist, a woman and a lesbian

Hong Kong filmmaker Ellen Pau on embracing her identity as an artist, a woman and a lesbian

Near-death experiences: My father was a doctor and worked at Grantham Hospital, and my mother was a midwife. I was born in 1961 and my younger brother and I lived with our parents in the hospital quarters near what is now the Aberdeen Tunnel. In those days, there was no tunnel, just a hillside, and it was a quiet place to grow up.There were six units in the building, but only two families living there and aside from my brother and I there were no other children. I was quite happy to play by…

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