Category Archive: Exhibition

Painted in Peng Chau

坪洲曾是一個繁盛的工業小島。在60至70年代,島上建有東南亞最大的火柴廠以及林林種種的工廠包括木器、船塢、皮革等, 不少的輕工業如燈泡製造、籐織、手工藝也非常蓬勃。全盛時期林超先生的超記瓷器廠聘有30多工人都以手繪花碗為生。 Peng Chau Island was once a thriving industrial powerhouse. In the 60s and 70s, the largest factory in Southeast Asia for making matches began to establish in the northwestern coast of… Continue reading

Something Old, Something New

Everything has its own beauty, If, we are willing to discover. Sometimes, an old object values beyond the others, That its presence indicates how people lived and created in the past. As the… Continue reading

Sunset at Irrawaddy River

Irrawaddy River flows from north to south through Burma.  It’s the country’s largest river and most important commercial waterway.   The sunset at Irrawaddy River is one of the most memorable scenes when we’re… Continue reading

Time is a river

“Time is a river. It will not wait and it depends how you live with it.”

“Kareneverland”

A first step on the long road of reconciliation.. Vincenzo took these photos in a refuges camp along Thai-Burma border. The camp’s residents have been stuck for almost thirty years in a small… Continue reading

“Burmese Days – A Timeline”

At last, this exhibition has come to reality! It has brought so much fond memories of our trip to Burma. Thanks to three artists Chris Lo, Benny Lau and Chau So-hing for sharing… Continue reading

Craftopia, a crafty way to help

Craftopia is a community project advocated by Benny Lau who is best recognized as a graphics designer, an illustrator as well as a product designer. In recent years, Benny has been engaged more… Continue reading

Burmese Crafts: Past and Present by Sylvia Fraser-Lu,1994

This was probably the first book that I came cross when I got to know more about Burmese crafts. It is truly magnificent and I highly recommend.  Sylvia Fraser-Lu travelled extensively in Asia… Continue reading

Exhibition

Hosted by YY9 Gallery, in collaboration with SOIL, an exhibition “Burmese Days – A Timeline” will be held on 14 September – 13 October 2012. We feel proud to present the works by… Continue reading

Burmese Days – A Timeline

Spring 2012. Benny Lau, Chris Lo, and Chau So-hing from different design disciplines were invited by SOIL to join an expedition to Bagan. Flanked by the mighty Irrawaddy River, Bagan, situated in Burma’s dry… Continue reading