Co-founder of Dialogues of Oceanus Collaborative Workshop (Hong Kong), producer, curator and researcher
Born and raised in Hong Kong. After her graduation from the University of Hong Kong in French and German, she worked at Ying E Chi, an independent film organisation from Hong Kong, where she coordinated film screenings and Japan Hong Kong Independent Film Festival in Tokyo.
In 2017, she moved to Berlin for her MA in Cultural Studies at the Humboldt Universität zu Berlin with a focus on political philosophy and Hong Kong colonial history. During her stay in Berlin, she curated two film festivals: Berlin Hong Kong Independent Film Festival (2019) and Voices of the Ground: Short Film in Chinese languages (2021). With her cross-disciplinary experiences and focus on politics, she produced plays related to feminism, refugee issues and racism: “Artes Moriendi” (2018) at Berlin Performing Arts Festival and a play “A Tidal Home” (2021), which was premiered in Hong Kong Cattle Depot Theatre.
Her first academic article “Protests in Hong Kong from Confucianism to Levinas's Substitution” was published on iafor Research Archive in 2020. She also attended Film-Philosophy Conference 2018 in Sweden, holding a workshop titled "Global Circulation as Discursive Space: Case Study of Hongkonger & Hong Kong Indie Film in Global Circulation”
She is now also working as a audience development and digital marketing co-ordinator at the European Film Academy.
(2021) Theatre project in HK A Tidal Home
(2021) Voice of the Ground -- Short Film Festival
at Kino Moviemento Berlin
(2019) Berlin Hong Kong Independent Film Festival at Cinema Babylon
(2018) Theatre project in Berlin Artes Moriendi
(2017) Japan Hong Kong Independent Film Festival
On Earth We Stand (Book about the independent film market in Hong Kong.)
(2022) Short Film Project in Germany Wegen Hegel
Exhibition: Exclave in March 2023
Documentary Theatre: The Bustling Whispers in Dec 2023
Screening Project: Waves of Freedom in March 2023
Screening Project: Experiments in Cinema in April 2023
Photo credit: @Claudia Stelar