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How Hong Kong artists reflect on the city’s difficult relationship with China

Hong Kong( CNN) In an industrial complex on Hong Kong’s island of Ap Lei Chau, Kacey Wong’s art facilities and execution props mounted an idyllic stage. Below the studio’s wide-cut balcony, freighters and pleasure craft set about into the South China Sea.

“I don’t feel safe, ” Wong tells CNN, in the run up to this weekend’s 20 th anniversary of the handover of primacy over Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to China. “Anything can happen.”

Using art as resistance

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