If it wasn’t the muddling read that it is, there was hope for the creative community in Hong Kong when the headline in today’s South China Morning Post screamed out “LEE PROMISES GLOBAL TALENT DRIVE”. The sub-head was, “Chief Executive says he will detail innovation plans in maiden policy address amid brain drain fears”. For a nanu second, thoughts of former Hong Kong government mouthpiece in the form of the ubiquitous and, say some, usefully useless Duncan Pescod with his bi
Sometimes, something happens out of nowhere, or for a reason that’s never made clear, and an idea somehow grows beyond one’s initial expectations and becomes something like, well, The Yin Yang Sessions. These Yin Yang Sessions take the theme of Bringing Good Times Back that some of us have been working on recently to another level. And with a couple of people in multi media who I truly respect giving this project the wings it needed to fly by simply saying, “We’re in”, things
The photo above with its come together influenced slogan is, at least on the surface, an ungrammatical confusing piece of communications- or, possibly, against all odds, something deep, meaningful and inspiring. What exactly does “We and Us” REALLY mean? Hmmmmm? While letting the wordsmiths and blacksmiths ponder the meaning behind this, speaking with a friend last night about Hong Kong’s purported “influencers”, the question was, what exactly makes someone one of these?