Interview by Cathy Ng, photos by Xueyao Yin
As a photographer
1. How would you describe queer life in Hong Kong?
It’s quite diverse now. Actually, we don’t use “queer” this word in Hong Kong – we use LGTBQ community. And there are so many things happened in the last few years – we have gay pride, film festival. We also have more transgender exposure. I think we are quite far behind when comparing with Europe and the US in the aspect of queer culture. And we are trying to catch up.
2. What aspects of queer life do you most try to express through your photography?
I think it’s more like be yourself and dare to admit who you are. It’s a photography exhibition, as well as about story-telling. It’s about telling people your stories, happiness, sadness and who you are – all about expressing yourself.