The Invisible: Exhibition of the Hidden Communities in HK

This exhibition unveils a secret which has been hidden and opens a wound that has not healed. Treading the back alleys of the old neighborhoods, stepping on the ruined staircases, crawling into packed cage homes, visiting the learning center at urban slums, it serves as a conscious endeavor to disarticulate alienation and estrangement through a close encounter with these “invisibles” in our city.

By SoCO SoCO | Year . Theme . 2015

Our Treasure – 10 years later

It takes ten years to sharpen a sword.” Growing up in difficult circumstances, our children face a bumpy road and uncertain future. Nevertheless, with unquestioning love from their families and kind assistance from others, these children preserved their innocence and ambition to thrive, never complaining nor abandoning their sense of responsibility to family and society.

By Vienna | Year . Theme . Children . Theme . 2015

Dream Photographer – Photo exhibition records the dream pursuing process of grassroots children

“One of the saddest lines in the world is, ‘Oh come on now – be realistic.’ The best parts of this world were not fashioned by those who were realistic. They were fashioned by those who dared to look hard at their wishes and gave them horses to ride.”

By Vienna | Year . Theme . Children . Theme . 2015

We Live – Photo Exhbition of Grassroots Elderly in Hong Kong

War. Starvation. Migration. Instability. A speck of dust in the great 30s and 40s. With a will not of their own; in the turbulence of history, All assembled in the past shattered into nought.

By Vienna | Year . Theme . Theme . Elderly . 2015

Life and Times – Photo Exhibition of People with Mental Illness

Heart touching work tells the life and times of people who suffer from mental illness; Singer Denise Ho and writer Wai Chan sincerely recommend.


“We are outsiders” Exhibition

“We are outsiders”. Their stories may be same as yours and mine.



40 square feet can be the size of a toilet, a kitchen or a balcony. It is just enough for three or four people to lie down, four or five swivel chairs, or 57 pieces of tiled A4-sized paper. But to some people, it is the size of the entire house which they call home.

By Vienna | Year . Housing . Theme . Theme . 2014 and before

Homeless III – Photo Exhibition of the Homeless in Hong Kong

Having recorded the life of Hong Kong homeless people for 15 years, SoCO and photographer Lei Jih-sheng published Homeless III, the third photo collection of street sleepers.

By Vienna | Year . Theme . Theme . 2014 and before . Homeless

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