HKFP’s merch store has relaunched for a two-week sale, with all profits going to support our operations during the pandemic.
New keyrings, with an iconic Hong Kong design, are available for a limited time. The press freedom souvenirs are created by the city’s last minibus sign maker, Mak Kam-sang.
In true Lion Rock Spirit, Mak reinvented his 38-year-old business in recent years to create acrylic signs and products for all purposes. The Yau Ma Tei businessman even runs a workshop for those interested in the craft.
HKFP is proud to link up with HAWK Limited who are keeping a unique tradition alive.
Also available in our online store are new stocks of our press freedom tote bags and mugs from Chinese-Australian artist Badiucao.
The mugs were printed in Hong Kong after the tote bags were held up in China over “sensitive” wording.
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