‘Yellow Objects’ show keeps Hong Kong protest themes alive with subversive humour and Canadian public funding

//‘Yellow Objects’ show keeps Hong Kong protest themes alive with subversive humour and Canadian public funding

‘Yellow Objects’ show keeps Hong Kong protest themes alive with subversive humour and Canadian public funding

The streets of Hong Kong are quieter now but the themes of the city’s protest movement are being portrayed in a publicly funded Canadian play that takes its name from one of the most controversial moments of the unrest.Yellow Objects, a multimedia production that has received about C$80,000 (US$64,000) in Canadian taxpayer funding, is an effort to “keep our stories alive in spite of the oppressive National Security Law”, said Hong Kong-born playwright Derek Chan, referring to the 2020…

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