The Hong Konger
Hikers trek along the narrow winding roads along the Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir Masonry Bridge. Based on the October 18, 1941 New Yorker magazine cover by Roger Duvoisin.
Hong Kong’s own Tower of Babel advertises popular colonial-era bars, restaurants, and clubs. Based on the October 2, 1995 New Yorker magazine cover by Edward Sorel.
Arrivals into Chek Lap Kok Airport pass through immigration. Based on the October 14 & 21, 2002 New Yorker magazine cover International Arrivals by Bruce McCall.
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.