24 January 2019

Katherine Li

International journalism student at Hong Kong Baptist University
  • Maro Pebo, a PhD student at City University of Hong Kong, meticulously injects DNA samples into a special gel to allow them to multiply. Photo: Katherine Li

    Art meets science at Art Basel 2018

    - Apr 4, 2018 9:21am
    People tend to see art and science as two completely unrelated fields – art is brought to life by spontaneous sparks of inspiration and creativity while science is reserved for analytical minds that can handle complex...
  • Korean supermodel Irene Kim helps present the Bijoux de Diamants jewelry collection. Photo: Katherine Li

    Coco Chanel is gone, but her influence lives on

    - Feb 12, 2018 3:55pm
    Hong Kong fashionistas must have had their fill following Chanel’s month-long Mademoiselle Privé exhibition at the PMQ in Central. The century-old fashion house established by Coco Chanel has long been a symbol of elegance and feminine boldness. Women...
  • A vendor on Graham Street, one of the oldest street markets in Hong Kong. Traditional shopkeepers could see themselves forced out from the area due to a government-led redevelopment plan. Photo: Katherine Li

    The disappearing Graham Street wet market

    - Feb 5, 2018 2:49pm
    The wet market along Graham Street offered a plethora of vivid scenes in the afternoon light. Next to walls of wooden boards wrapped in white cloth, colorful fruits and vegetables of all shapes and sizes, and...

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