Yuki Tsang

Yuki Tsang

Associate video producer

Yuki is a contributor to Inkstone. She is a video producer at South China Morning Post.

Location
Hong Kong
Language spoken
English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean
Areas of Expertise
Video editing
Wuhan native: the virus is the enemy, not us
Lucy Huang, a woman from Wuhan unable to go home to see her family, shared her sadness of being stigmatized by others, as people in other Chinese regions shun anyone from Hubei province, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak.
Wuhan native: the virus is the enemy, not us
Getting creative to fight boredom amid virus outbreak
Many people in China stayed home by choice, or by order, over the Lunar New Year holiday because of the widespread coronavirus outbreak which has already infected over 7,700 people as of January 30. Being confined to their homes, some people managed to find ingenious ways to overcome their boredom.
Getting creative to fight boredom amid virus outbreak
Shanghai prepares for 2020 Lantern Festival
Shanghai is preparing to celebrate its first Lantern Festival in six years, as workers prepare a large display to be held in the Guyi Garden from February 3-9, 2020. The annual festival, which also marks the conclusion of the Lunar New Year, has been a muted affair since a deadly stampede on New Year’s Eve 2014 led authorities to ban large public gatherings.
Shanghai prepares for 2020 Lantern Festival
Chinese playwrights seek artistic freedom on the streets
Some independent directors in China are avoiding performing in traditional theater venues in favor of the streets. Official theater spaces require pre-approval of scripts and are often frequented by government officials monitoring for sensitive content. Instead, many directors are opting for pop-up style performances on the streets in an effort to balance censorship and artistic freedom.
Chinese playwrights seek artistic freedom on the streets
Young acrobats find online fame in China
These young acrobats from China’s central province of Henan are drawing fans online with amazing stunts. They also tell stories about the blood, sweat and tears behind their thrilling performances.
Young acrobats find online fame in China
China imposes sanctions after Trump signs democracy act
China has suspended visits by US military vessels and aircraft to Hong Kong, and sanctioned several US-based organizations, a few days after US President Donald Trump signed a law increasing scrutiny of the city. Beijing said it was sanctioning US-based non-government organizations, such as Human Rights Watch, alleging they are “supporting violent activities” in the city.  
China imposes sanctions after Trump signs democracy act
Collared scops owl in China
A collared scops owl was recently found grounded and unable to fly in a village in China’s southwestern province of Yunnan.  The bird was spotted in Jinping county by villagers who called authorities for help as they tried to rescue the creature.
Collared scops owl in China
Transgender choir seeks acceptance in China
A choir with transgender singers from across China joined hands to perform at an LGBT festival in Sichuan in August. They hope to spread awareness and gain acceptance in a nation where being transgender is still considered a mental disorder.
Transgender choir seeks acceptance in China
Street brawls break out in Hong Kong as political strife deepens
Pro-Beijing groups in Hong Kong had called on people to clear out anti-government art installations in the city known as “Lennon Walls.” These clearances became flashpoints as the pro-democracy protesters and their supporters came out to defend the walls. Bitter clashes between rival groups took place over the weekend in the Amoy Plaza mall in Kowloon City, illustrating the polarization of Hong Kong society as unrest triggered by an unpopular extradition bill entered its 15th straight week.
Street brawls break out in Hong Kong as political strife deepens
Tradition amid transition: Yuen Long, Hong Kong
A shocking attack by suspected triad members in Hong Kong has focused attention on Yuen Long, a northern district where the violence took place. It is a bustling district in Hong Kong’s New Territories, where, less than a century ago, visitors found little more than a cluster of agricultural villages. In the 1980s, Yuen Long’s town center was built and a new residential town called Tin Shui Wai was established.  But people in the district still cling to their cultural heritage and traditional roots. Denise Tsang, a reporter with the South China Morning Post, visits the neighborhood.
Tradition amid transition: Yuen Long, Hong Kong