‘I thought about Bruce Lee’: how Hong Kong artists in Britain struggled to feel from afar the pulse of their home city, and to represent it

//‘I thought about Bruce Lee’: how Hong Kong artists in Britain struggled to feel from afar the pulse of their home city, and to represent it

‘I thought about Bruce Lee’: how Hong Kong artists in Britain struggled to feel from afar the pulse of their home city, and to represent it

After a year studying dance in Britain, contemporary dance trio ShumGhostJohn flew back to Hong Kong when in-person classes were suspended because of the Covid-19 outbreak in early 2020. The next six months in Hong Kong gave them a chance to feel the pulse of an arts scene they had never truly known – and they discovered it had not escaped the political upheaval that had gripped the city for months.“Everyone’s stance towards what an artist is, what their responsibility towards society is, the…

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