Photography & art / December 2015 (Issue 30)


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by Suzanne Lai

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Talk about diversity

 

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Back to the future

 

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Hong Kong Trilogy | & Co./Co-operation/Co-existence

(This image is also the cover of issue 30 of Cha)

 

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Hong Kong Trilogy | "This is where I used to send your grandma poems I wrote for her." Grandpa murmured to his grandson. "I could spent hours here just to stare at the mailboxes and wait for her letters to arrive." His fingers treaded lightly on the red tin boxes. "I think I am still waiting for her to get back to me." His grandson stopped typing on his iPhone. For the very first time, the kid noticed how blindingly white his grandpa's hair had become.

 

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A waffle of silver linings served with fresh green apple slices

 

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When cats know how to enjoy life better than you do

 

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Pastel colours / Spring is being really summer lately / Hot damn

 

 
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