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Don’t Try This At Home – Jaw-Dropping Documentary Showcases Limitless Potential of Free-Running in Hong Kong
March 7th 2014: As we rub our eyes in disbelief of the incredible bravery and skill on display in Hong Kong Playground, Localiiz spoke to the young men responsible for our favourite video of the year so far!
Haggle Time: An Insider Guide to Hong Kong’s Best Markets
March 6th 2014: Often touted as a shopping paradise, Hong Kong is full of glitzy department stores and maze-like malls packed with the world’s most iconic and famous brands. But for those looking to develop a real understanding of the Hong Kong shopping scene, a visit to one of the city’s many markets is an absolute must.
Vertical Vegetation: The French Photographer Bringing us two Unusual Views of Hong Kong
March 5th 2014: Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze has already made his mark in the realm of Hong Kong photography. As he releases a new series focussing on the creeping organic takeover of our city, we grabbed a word with him about these two vastly different projects.
A Toy Story – Hong Kong Scenes come to Life through LEGO
February 26th 2014: Hong Kong-based photographer Ric Tse has come up with a whole new way to pass social commentary on the city. In a project that proves the bounds of imagination are limitless when it comes to art, Tse has reconstructed distinctly recognisable Hong Kong images using Lego.
Michael Wolf in Focus: The Prolific Hong Kong Photographer on the Beauty of Back Allies, Invasion Vs Art and the Benefits of Living Small
January 23rd 2014: As he prepares to launch the latest of many books presenting the untidy, chaotic but essentially resourceful nature of our city, Localiiz quizzed the man who sees beauty beyond the blemishes about the meaning behind his projects.
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Game Over: Hong Kong’s CY Leung Mocked in Mario Bros Copycat Video
January 21st 2014: First he took on the persona of Lufsig the cuddly wolf and now he’s appeared in his very own computer game. But there’s nothing childish about this new politicised video of widely detested Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-Ying.
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