WELCOME TO HONG KONG
What does Hong Kong look like in your eyes? Full of high-rise buildings and crowded streets? Indeed, buildings and roads are spaces with the highest usage in the city. What is the place of pedestrians? Is there any room for us to reimagine life on the ground in Hong Kong?
Meet our team of committed citizens, publishing stories on city life and culture, as hosting monthly special events to build a community of city enthusiasts in Hong Kong.
Correspondent covering Ballet, Theatre, Figure Skating and occasionally indie music. All beauty is useless and vice versa.
As an active traveller, world explorer, dreamer and urbanist, I always love to see different cities and the life of people there. There is always something new in the city and what we need is just to bring out our inner child!
Correspondent + photographer
A romantic stroller and designer of cultural probes daily landscape / personal memory / psychogeography
“Citizens are friendly and humble, and the smile on their face grows bigger and bigger when talking to visitors. We invite you to explore our city through us.”
A report from the Hong Kong chapter about the tense situation in their beloved city.
A collective piece by A City Made By People Hong Kong Chapter - “No extradition to China”
Interview with Giulio Quaggiotto, Head, Regional Innovation Center, United Nations Development Programme.
Here is what this best dynamic neighborhood has to offer for a young man spending his day in Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong.
Here are ideas and thoughts to make Madrid, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Bucharest become better cities in 2019.
De Sign-age is a blog dedicated to sharing anecdotes and trivia about the signage systems in Hong Kong, Macau and around the world, trying to explore the meaning, historical changes and cultural contexts behind them through its design features. Hugo is from Macau and lives in Hong Kong.
What social & caring initiatives are launched in your city around Christmas? Our correspondents in Melbourne, Hong Kong and Amsterdam shared their observations.
We asked our cities: what’s has been the latest positive change you’ve seen in your city? Here some great findings by Chicago, Madrid, Hongkong and Amsterdam, mainly around Architecture and Mobility.
A social experiment was created by Make A Difference (MaD) Institute with the vision to 'make Hong Kong walkable'. A cross-post from Healthy Street Lab - Let's find out more!
Whether you are an old or new friend of Hong Kong, the city always challenges you to see it anew.
Enjoy the events we are hosting each month. Below a visual recap of the previous events.
We talk about Hong Kong: its citizens, city life & culture. Part of an international network of cities. Check them out! #acitymadebypeople