The many faces of the Hong Kong protests
Taste in China
Gender Under Pressure
Pulling Rickshaw in a Man’s World
Silver surfer: Hong Kong's wave-riding grandma
INDONESIA: Green School, dream school
Hong Kong Shop Cats
The many faces of the Hong Kong protestsProtesters and police may seem to stand on opposing sides, but they are among many groups including lawyers, bankers and Christians who are fighting for Hong Kong’s future. Follow SCMP on: Website: https://scmp.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/scmpnews Instagram: https://instagram.com/scmpnews
Taste in ChinaTaste in China looks at the vigorous growth of the consumption of new delicacies in China.Alongside the changing tastes in China, there's a massive growth of the imports and local production of French wine, chocolate, Arabica coffee, Spanish ham, French cheese and European-style bread.A short film with Ivan Abreu, 2018
Gender Under PressureAs opposed to the Chinese mainland, there’s a growing surplus of women in Hong Kong. An observation made in the “Women and Men in Hong Kong Key Statistics 2017 Edition” published July 2017. In this video I take a closer look at the causes of the imbalance and the demands and aspirations of women.A Hong Kong Enquirer made for China Daily.
Pulling Rickshaw in a Man’s WorldDhaka’s only female rickshaw driver, Sumi Begum, pulls passengers through the streets of the city, breaking traditional gender roles while supporting her daughter.Director / Producer / Camera / Editor: Claudia HinterseerField Producer and Translation: Ananta Yusuf Script Advice: D J ClarkAdditional Production Support: Ivan Abreu, The Daily StarTechnical: Shot on Canon EOS 5D Mark III (EF 24-105 f4) and Go Pro HERO4 with FeiyuTech G3Ultra Handheld Gimbal
Silver surfer: Hong Kong's wave-riding grandmaHong Kong-born Wilma Komala started surfing over twenty years ago when she was already in her forties. She enjoyed the sport and related laid-back lifestyle so much that she moved to the city’s beachside village of Big Wave Bay. Today, the grandmother can be found riding the waves most weekdays. Wilma says that while Hong Kong may not have the best waves in the world, it’s enough to keep her happy, and it’s home.
INDONESIA: Green School, dream schoolA school in the middle of the jungle, designed to have the lowest carbon footprint possible. The Green School in Bali schools a community of over 400 young learners to become green leaders. An inspiring example of education for the future of the Earth.Produced for Asia Featured, 2017/2018
Time-travel TrainThe last running steam train in regular service connects eight small mountain villages in Qianwei County, Sichuan, China. The terminus was once the thriving coal town of Bajiaogou, now it’s a popular tourist spot.A short documentary for China Daily DOCS, 2018.
Hong Kong Shop CatsIn Hong Kong’s traditional neighbourhood shops, cats are never far. A story with Hong Kong based Dutch photographer Marcel Heijnen (IG: @ChineseWhiskers)
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