Hong Kong seems to be a safe harbour theres days when comparing to Turkey with a recent coup attempt and Britian where people face the Brexit issue. As a Turkish, Mustafa have been living in UK before moving to Hong Kong with his family 4 years ago. He did not move because he can foresee the bad things that would happen in those two countries. Rather, he moved for a new experience in life for him and his family. However, Mustafa now finds risks for his children's development as they are growing up in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong used to be called as a cultural desert but the city has actually transformed into an art hub in Asia during the past few few years. We can date back to 2013 when Art Basel launched its inaugural show in Hong Kong. And in 2016, Art Basel attracted more than 70,000 visitors from various countries in 5 days. The tickets were sold out on the last day afternoon. At the same time, Art Central logged over 32,000 visitors. This trend has helped Romain Jacquet-Lagrèze to establish his photographer career in Hong Kong and many of us to rediscover this city.
May is coming. If you live in Hong Kong, you may notice a set of events for Le French May in Hong Kong. In fact, Hong Kong is now the hottest spot for French expats. While Americans and Canadians, two of Hong Kong's largest expat populations have dropped more than 10% over past 4 years, the French community in Hong Kong grew at a rate of 5% annually. The French population in Hong Kong is estimated to be at least 25,000 people. Matthieu is a member of the community but he did not come to Hong Kong for an easy life. Instead, Matthieu came here to realize his goal.