On Sunday, hundreds of Hongkongers queued for hours to pay a visit to the city’s History Museum. It was its last day before the permanent exhibition “Hong Kong Story” closed for an extensive two-year revamp. There have been fears that the new displays may censor or exclude politically sensitive events such as the city’s colonial history and its relationship with China. United Social Press photojournalists were present to capture the last day of the 19-year-old exhibition. Click here for the full story.
Rachel Wong previously worked as a documentary producer and academic researcher. She has a BA in Comparative Literature and European Studies from the University of Hong Kong. She has contributed to A City Made by People and The Funambulist, and has an interest in cultural journalism and gender issues.More by Rachel Wong