Two of our junior reporters went along to Stick with Joy – The Masking Tape Creativity Fair at the former Police Married Quarters (PMQ) in Central, to learn about masking tape art.
Junior reporters learn how to capture the world in a drop of water at a droplet photography workshop
As the name suggests, droplet photography involves capturing images of tiny drops of water. Amateur photographers, especially those without professional cameras, often struggle to do that.
From December 9 to 12, the Garden of the Artisans fair took over the top three floors of Youth Square. Each room in the hostel was allocated to an artist and his or her work.
Although some of the most famous glass in the world comes from Murano (a series of islands in the Venetian Lagoon in Italy), glass-making can be done anywhere – including Hong Kong.
Art is not dead in Hong Kong. Many people say that art and creativity are dying here. But Queen’s Road East Carnival (QRE) proved them wrong by inviting a wide range of artists to perform at its carnival.
It is hard to imagine what Hong Kong was like during colonial days. But photos from Hungarian Photographer Dezső Bozoky show the beauty and chaos of our city’s past.
If you’ve ever fancied bouncing from place to place, you can at Bounce, where your body isn’t bound by the rules of gravity – as Young Post Junior Reporters found out.
A few weeks ago, junior reporters Veronica Lin and Christy Cheung experienced life as Parisians live it, at Macau’s new, incroyable – that’s French for “incredible”, by the way – The Parisian Macao Hotel.
Hidden in Sheung Wan, Enchanting Studio is a dainty and charming wood-themed room adorned with low-hanging lightbulbs. We settled into the calming atmosphere almost instantly.
Smits’ first encounter with these “magic trees” as he calls them, was during his marriage proposal to his wife in Indonesia in 1980.