November

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.

Ding Dong

Children dressed as Doraemon, Hello Kitty, Ultraman, and Pikachu trick-or-treat in their apartment building. Based on the November 1, 1958 New Yorker magazine cover Halloween by William Steig.

Pharmacist

A traditional Chinese medicine shopkeeper mans the cash register. Based on the November 11, 1974 New Yorker magazine cover by Laura Jean Allen.

Half the Sky

Business tycoons, modelling the International Finance Centre, Lippo Centre, Central Plaza, the Peak Tower, and the Bank of China as hats, assemble among Hong Kong’s skyscrapers. Based on the November 8, 1999 New Yorker magazine cover High Fashion by Danuta Dabrowska-Siemaszkiewicz.

Crossing Over

Women workers from various years of Hong Kong’s past and future cross Des Voeux Road. Based on the November 24, 2014 New Yorker magazine cover Time Warp by Richard McGuire.

Order Up

A Qing dynasty inventor brews a cup of tea using inventions from ancient Chinese history. Based on the November 16, 2015 New Yorker magazine cover Coffee Break by Christoph Niemann.