Contributing to the research of Hong Kong Oral Art History, this is an on-going projects that features interviews with local artists and curators, on subjects of, but not limited to, their work of arts, creative process, researches,  and many other interesting stories behind. 

Hong as the producer of the series, she initiates these interview from scratch, from researches to editing. 


Wong Kum is a self-taught, local painter, who is known for his hand-painted posters and graphic banners for  movies advertisement back in 1950s and 1960s. Without digital aids, Wong Kum produced and designed these stunning and memorable graphics from stretch. His artistic journey begins with hand-painted posters, and he never stops creating striking portraits for the next decades. 

Local bookplate artist Malou Hung sharing her creative process with us. Summarising her thirty-year experience of creating bookplate, the artist explains the charm of bookplate what started her creative journey. She also talks about the technique, themes and messages in her work in the interview.

Best known for his ‘folding paint’ technique, Hong Kong artist Ng Lung Wai gives us a rare glimpse into his creative practice in this demonstration video. Defying the conventional limits of the painted art, Ng developed his signature technique in which he creates paint-based, three-dimensional articles to be assembled on a flat surface. 

Painting Across the Threshold: In Conversation with Ng Lung Wai full video here. 

On the occasion of 'Eileen Chang at the University of Hong Kong' exhibition, we are thrilled to host a virtual conversation on Eileen Chang and the alma mater that nurtured her with two of the co-curators, Dr. Florian Knothe, Director of the University Museum and Art Gallery, and Prof. Nicole Huang, Chairperson of Comparative Literature at the University of Hong Kong.