Hong Kong heritage and cultural complex opens with art by Southeast Asian social activists

//Hong Kong heritage and cultural complex opens with art by Southeast Asian social activists

Hong Kong heritage and cultural complex opens with art by Southeast Asian social activists

People of all ages were literally bouncing up and down at the opening of the Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile (Chat) at The Mills in Hong Kong on Saturday. They had been put to work by a Malaysian artist collective, Pangrok Sulap, whose name in Bahasa Melayu means “punk rock rest hut” and whose members have made a number of large woodcuts about the city’s marginalised artisans during a residency at Chat, housed in former cotton mills in Tsuen Wan.The volunteers bopped to the beat of…

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