b. 1986, Hong Kong. Lives and works in the United Kingdom.
The film explores how, because of empathy of their experiences, personal memories can be born out of the historical and collective memories of the others, and if objects, places or moments in time can trigger these epiphanic encounters. Interweaving events such as WWI, Cable Street Battle and Cultural Revolution with the present, the work hopes to pose the question of whether this (re)incarnation of memories can lead to radical awakenings and progressive outcomes.
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