Love

Homecoming

A man wheels his luggage into Chek Lap Kok's arrivals hall, now crowded and colourful now that Hong Kong's Covid-19 hotel quarantine rules have been lifted. Dated September 23, 2022.

Heart Times

216 real Hong Kongers hold up finger hearts, their poses reminiscent of the New Yorker magazine's Eustace Tilley inspecting a butterfly through a monocle. The 216 portraits were originally displayed on The Hong Konger Wall mural at the 2022 Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong. Dated August 4-7, 2022.

Baps & Baos

A food truck cook exchanges a British sandwich for a Chinese dumpling in front of the Legislative Council Complex in Tamar Park. Based on the April 9, 2018 New Yorker magazine cover Gluten-Free Gluten by Bruce McCall.

Bubble Teens

A Generation Z couple enjoy a bubble tea date. Based on the August 8, 1925 New Yorker magazine cover by Julian de Miskey.

Courtship

Hong Kong’s Old Supreme Court Building hints at a future of marriage equality. Based on the May 21, 2012 New Yorker magazine cover Spectrum of Light by Bob Staake.

Cupidity

A gawky expat fawns over his disinterested date at the Armani/Privé terrace in Central. Based on the February 19, 1996 New Yorker magazine cover Cupid’s Volley by Peter de Sève.

In the Mood for Likes

Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung’s characters from Wong Kar-wai’s 2000 film 'In the Mood for Love’ ride the MTR while using their phones. Leung and Cheung’s phones emit “like” and “love” reactions. Dated May 20, 2022.

Just Cabbied

A newly married couple speeds off in a Hong Kong red taxi. Based on the June 25, 2007 New Yorker magazine cover by Lou Romano.

LKF

An average Lan Kwai Fong building on a Saturday night, housing a hookah bar, nightclub, bar, strip club, and their assorted patrons. Based on the June 25, 2018 New Yorker magazine cover City Living by Harry Bliss.

St John's Cathedral

Newly-weds leave St John’s Cathedral on Garden Road. Based on the June 2, 1934 New Yorker magazine cover by Harry Brown.

Tai Tai's Toy Boys

An affluent tai tai indulges in a sliver of cake as her topless butlers stand by. Based on the November 19, 1927 New Yorker magazine cover by Rea Irvin.

Take Heart

Hong Kongers form the finger heart gesture with their thumbs and index fingers, their poses reminiscent of the iconic New Yorker magazine birthday cover that reoccurs every February. Dated February 21, 2022.

Valentine's Cards

Mahjong cards, transformed for Valentine’s Day. Based on the February 12, 2001 New Yorker magazine cover by Richard McGuire.

Weekday Warriors

Dogs peer from the windows of an apartment building while waiting for their owners to return home from work. Based on the August 13, 2007 New Yorker magazine cover by Mark Ulriksen.

Already Home

The artist sits at a laptop in a Mid-Levels flat messaging her partner across the globe in New York. This Hong Konger print is not based on an original New Yorker cover.

Balconies

Iconic balconies scenes from film and literature play out simultaneously on outdoor terraces of a residential Hong Kong apartment building.