Vancouver art show walks the tightrope of politics, protest and Hong Kong identity

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Vancouver art show walks the tightrope of politics, protest and Hong Kong identity

When Canadian artist and publisher Ho Tam decided to put on a show devoted to Hong Kong identity at such a critical time in the city’s history, he found himself walking a fine line as he approached others to take part. The Light Hours exhibition at his Eastside Vancouver gallery space would examine ties between Canada and the city he left as a child. But the political context was clear. “As the light hours quickly pass before darkness falls on the once liberal and prosperous Hong Kong, now is…

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