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MICHAEL LAU X PUMA COLLECTION 3

We chop it up with artist/designer Michael Lau about his music tastes, from Hip Hop to Heavy Metal. Delve into Hong Kong's nascent street culture from back in the day, places like 高山劇場 (High Mountain Theatre), and his sporting preferences. 

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MADE IN HONG KONG INTERVIEW. JODIE CHAN

Hi! I am the Founder/Scent Creator of ESSCENTRIC, a holistic aromatherapist, a reiki practitioner, a Bach flower remedies registered practitioner, and a barre instructor. None of these identities were mapped out in my life plan 5 years ago, until I start my own brand, but coincidentally they are all products of my passion, intuition, and eccentricity. It's an embodiment of grace and spiritual awakening in myself. A living proof of the well-being and healing powers of my eclectic scents.

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MADE IN HONG KONG INTERVIEW. PATRICK LEUNG

Patrick: I'm a kind of a straightforward person so I like to wear plain color tops or pants. Simple patterns are welcome, especially any calligraphy on an T-shirt, some of my favorite items. Written things really show the character or mood of myself. As you know, I am a biker. Leather jackets, jeans and boots, dressing like a gentleman on my bike is such a cool thing.

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COVID-19 RESPONSE. MIKE MAGIK, EMCEE/HOST. SHANGHAI

Despite how international media has been portraying the Chinese government on their handling of the situation, this is one of the few times I would say I am actually happy to be living in China.  I know many people are going to have their own opinion of how information gets released out in this part of the world, and to be honest there are certain things that do not sit well with me, but that is not what we are here to talk about.  I think that the Chinese government has done a tremendous job in getting the country where it currently stands today, with regards to slowing down the spread of the virus.

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