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Central, a central business district  since the colonial era in Hong Kong, is used to be the most densely populated area during the business day time.

The “game ” was innitiately of fun to me photography technically. I knew viewers will have their interpretation but I understood speculation of it was not my motive or intention at all.

To be honest, I have no value judgement about this project. Anyway, the value added part of it is that my wife works here and we may occasionally head home together because of it.



  1. December 17, 2015

    Dear John Choy,

    I hope this message finds you well.

    I am Inès, Marketing Executive at YellowKorner. I don’t know if you already heard about our concept, so I will make a quick introduction:

    YellowKorner is a French company created in 2006 by two friends, Alexandre de Metz and Paul-Antoine Briat, both lovers of photography from a young age.The concept is simple: introducing the world’s greatest photographers to as many collectors as possible by increasing the number of copies of their work. All our photographs are numbered and limited edition accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
    YellowKorner is now the 1st photography label worldwide. Art lovers and collectors can now find the photographs of more than 150 artists exhibited and sold in the 80 YellowKorner galleries worldwide – 2 in Hong Kong.

    We actually find Chung Man Lurk’s creations absolutely fantastic and I would love to get the chance to meet you to discuss potential collaboration opportunities.

    If you are insterested, please do not hesitate to reply directly on my professional email address: [email protected]

    Thanks for you return. I look forward hearing from you back.

    Best regards,

    Ines Aguinaga
    Marketing Executive, Greater China

    Mobile : +852 97744849
    E-mail : [email protected]
    Website : http://www.yellowkorner.com
    Galleries : ifc mall, central – pmq, soho

    • johnchoy
      March 30, 2016

      sorry for the late reply for i didn’t update and check my website for a long time.

      I did send you an email earlier and not sure if went to junk mail folder.

      Anyway, I am interested in the idea about open edition printing and would like to discuss it in details

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