The Newsletter (International Institute for Asian Studies)

Spring 2017 edition of International Institute for Asian Studies’s The Newsletter has a cover feature edited by scholar Minna Valjakka, the theme is Artistic Alternatives in East Asia. My work with the Add Oil Team is featured in the article ‘Hacking Hong Kong. Urban creativity as dissidence and participation’, also written by Minna Valjakka. The Newsletter can be read […]

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UCL urban studies

I’ve been writing references and advising friends for postgraduate studies in the UK. The master programme I’ve completed in 2008 no longer exists now (I enrolled exactly 10 years ago) – it’s the MSc Modernity, Space and Place at UCL. What a name it had! UCL now offers a programme that I wish I had […]

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Sampson Wong is a Hong Kong-based academic, artist, independent curator, focusing on contemporary urbanism, space and geography, art and the public, cultural resistance and hope, and so on. You may find more about him in the ‘about and contact’ page. On this front page you would find news and records of Sampson Wong’s latest practices. Contact: hinhope@gmail.com […]

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