Protest art latest: Luke Ching goes underground on the MTR subway network in Hong Kong as a station cleaner to highlight low-paid work of a silent army

//Protest art latest: Luke Ching goes underground on the MTR subway network in Hong Kong as a station cleaner to highlight low-paid work of a silent army

Protest art latest: Luke Ching goes underground on the MTR subway network in Hong Kong as a station cleaner to highlight low-paid work of a silent army

Luke Ching Chin-wai doesn’t exactly blend in as an undercover station cleaner on Hong Kong’s MTR subway network.Conveniently disguised behind a face mask he may be, but one of Hong Kong’s best-known artists is simply too visible. At 1.88 metres (6ft 2 inches) tall and of strong build, he dwarfs his only other co-worker, the stand-in foreman – a petite, older woman who is representative of the silent, invisible army that methodically wipes down surfaces and cleans toilets inside the city’s…

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