An article about an exhibition that used photographs and everyday items to highlight the versatility and resilience of Sham Shui Po’s residents in July 2008. It was located in a building slated for redevelopment at Kweilin Street, and its main exhibit is boxes, as they are a daily necessity for many people. It also includes photographs of the hands of the residents each holding something important in their lives.
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LEE Colleen

Location code CLP.08.07.14
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English

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community art

Publication/Creation date

14 Jul 2008

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South China Morning Post, 14 Jul 2008

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Exhibition Gives Voice to the Downtrodden of Sham Shui Po