Taking photos of TW & Artists today at the city center. Their new works about the sunflower movements that happened in Taiwan earlier this year. Work in process with choreographers from Taiwan and dancers from Japan, China, and France. #inspired #dance (at New York City Center)
There are 3 floors plus a basement. Each floors houses different artist’s special exhibit. Photography is allowed at most places except for certain room and there will be sign posted. Ticket is cheap at 30NT and you can go in and out of museum with the ticket.
Hong Kong has changed. To act as a normal citizen, a normal media outlet and to do something right for society is becoming difficult, or even terrifying — not that you feel alienated, but fearful.
The House News, a popular pro-democracy news site in Hong Kong modeled after the Huffington Post, was shut down without warning on July 26.
Tony Tsoi, a House News co-founder and key investor, announced the closure in a note posted to the site at 5 p.m. He explained that political pressure against critical voices and a lack of advertisers drove his decision to shutter the site.
Launched in July 2012 as a news curation and blog site, The House News grew to become one of the most popular online media outlets in Hong Kong, ranking 57 in traffic from Hong Kong on Alexa with 300,000 unique visitors per day. Yet over the past two years, the news platform failed to attract enough advertisers to keep afloat.
Is it so inconceivable that a smart, accomplished woman would have both the latest issue of the Economist and the second season of “The Mindy Project” downloaded on her iPad? Sorry, but modern women see no contradiction there.