The 30th edition features more than 680 exhibitors from 40 countries and regions, showcasing a diverse selection of books and more.
The local life and historical transformations of North Point and Yau Ma Tei are documented not through the eyes of curators but students, residents and local creatives – people deeply rooted in the two old neighbourhoods.
Local performing arts group Boom Theatre puts on stage a heart-warming musical about Hong Kong youth’s dream chasing process against the city’s notorious education system.
The exhibition by Nobel Peace Prize-commissioned photographer Sim Chi Yin – featuring ethereal landscapes of an undeclared war – takes viewers on a cinematic journey through traces of hidden histories, evoked by long-buried memories of the twelve-year conflict between the British colonial government and the resistance led by the Malayan leftists (from 1948 to 1960).
The world’s first TECH-iNK artist A.I. Gemini – programmed with artificial intelligence – paints unique Chinese landscapes.