Ho See-wing

Citizen Journalist • Member since Oct 30, 2017

Ho See-wing is a film historian who divides his time between Bellingham and Hong Kong. He curates screening programs, teaches film classes and writes about the art of cinema. Devoted to promoting Hong Kong cinema on an international scale, Ho gives lectures on the topic all over the world. He had served as juror in many international film festivals and as panelist/advisor for arts organizations such as the National Endowment for the Arts and the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.

Articles by Ho See-wing

Mainstream Media won’t Say this about Hong Kong

By Ho See-wingOn Jun 13, 2020

I had been asked by many Bellinghamsters to talk about Hong Kong after moving here. I would always begin this way: if you ask this question of five people in [...]

Politicizing COVID-19

By Ho See-wingOn May 12, 2020

COVID-19 time is a time of contradictions. It’s a time of isolation, but also one of togetherness: we are isolated in necessary lockdowns, yet we are all being locked [...]

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

By Ho See-wingOn Apr 01, 2020

The past month in Bellingham had been déjà vu all over again for me. I came back on February 10 from Hong Kong, where the COVID-19 epidemic had struck. Worried [...]

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Mainstream Media won’t Say this about Hong Kong

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Politicizing COVID-19

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It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

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It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again