In AFTERSHOCK: Essays from Hong Kong, readers will find some familiar names: Taken together, these 11 journalists are responsible for a sizable chunk of firsthand, on-the-ground reporting that came out of Hong Kong during the 2019 protests.
Here they are, in alphabetical order:
Holmes Chan (@holmeschan_) — Freelance journalist, previously a senior reporter at Hong Kong Free Press
Ezra Cheung (@ezracheungtoto) — Journalist writing for the New York Times, CNN and others
Karen Cheung (@karenklcheung) — Writer and editor, previously a senior reporter at Hong Kong Free Press
Rachel Cheung (@rachelcheung1) — Previously a culture desk reporter at the South China Morning Post
Hsiuwen Liu (@liuhsiuwen) — Previously a feature reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek Chinese Edition
Nicolle Liu (@nicolle_liu) — Journalist with a financial news publication
Jessie Pang (@jessiepang0125) — Correspondent for Reuters in Hong Kong
Sum Lok-kei (@sumlokkei) — Local news reporter
Elaine Yu (@yuenok) — Freelance journalist for the New York Times and others
The book also features two anonymous contributors.
About the Publisher
Small Tune Press (STP) is an independent art press from Hong Kong. It focuses on producing small edition art books and zines for artists, designers and writers, covering the process of creating, editing, designing, producing and distribution. STP is run by Beatrix Pang (BTRXPNG), who is a visual artist and cultural producer, co-founder of zine collective ZINE COOP and mobile library Queer Reads Library. Pang also is the creator behind the book cover and layout of AFTERSHOCK. See smalltune.tk for more. Contact: email@example.com; Instagram: @smalltunepress
About the Artist
Collage artworks in the pages are created by Jeffrey Yeung. Yeung is a graphic designer, collage artist, and zine maker. In recent years, he has been blending scraps with his own hands to create storytelling visuals. His work can be found on www.yeungstudio.hk.