Music is involved in everyone’s life. People dig it, people play it and people either love it or hate it (however it would be strange to think that there’s a grump out there that hates all things music). In keeping parallel with the ever-growing technology of today’s world, music is taking flight in many more directions than ever before. Read More »
Born and raised in Croydon, South-East London, Lun Wong moved to Hong Kong just over two years ago. He recently set up 1KStyles as a fully fledged illustration and design company.
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A new month/year/decade calls for a change – unfortunately, for Hong Kong’s foreign population, that change in the media we’re given still hasn’t happened. Faced with a Beijing-run newspaper and an overblown free magazine that lost its luster years ago, we’re constantly given new publications that promise so much more than they deliver. Free magazines come and go in this town, and many foolishly attempt to be the next Rolling Stone, the next Vice or the next GQ. Few, if any, give us Hong Kongers what we want: a magazine by the people, for the people, about the people.
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