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Flow

Yau Ching 1993 Hong Kong color 39min Cantonese DCP
A multi-layered investigation of contemporary political, cultural, and psychological dislocations, and how these factors impact on each other. While critiquing many Chinese traditional values around family, gender roles and nationalism, it also examines the oppressive of home, identity, and multiculturalism.

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Yau Ching

Yau Ching was born in Hong Kong in 1966, studied Comparative Literature and Philosophy in Hong Kong, film and media arts in New York and London. A granduate of the Whitney Independent Study Program in New York, she is currently living and working in Hong Kong as a filmmaker, multimedia installation artist, writer and educator. Her short films and videos have been awarded at the festivals worldwide including Image Forum in Japan, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and Hong Kong Independent Film and Video Awards.Ho Yuk is her feature debut. Her books include:stripping Pants and Skirts (Hong Kong: Ching Hung Ching Publishing , 1999), Building a New Stove(Hong Kong:Ching Mun Press, 1996), and The Impossible Home(Hong Kong:Ching Mun Press, 2000). Currently she is Assistant Professor at the School of Design of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University.

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