Made in Hong Kong. Longtime friends and compatriots Arthur Bray (Editor and Creative Producer, DJ and founder of Yeti Out) and Tedman Lee (Multimedia Creative, DJ and founder of The Private Label and Triple Happiness Club) host an episode that celebrates homegrown talent. Both Hong Kong born and bred, the pair sit down with friend Eugene Kan, (former Editorial Director at Hypebeast and Founder of Maekan) to talk about creating in the small but connected city we call home.
“A good idea is only as good as it’s expressed.” But when language and cultural barriers throw up all manner of obstacles, how do you navigate the nuances of working in an Asian market? The answer is to think bigger. Think global.
So what’s this common language that brings us together? It’s the appetite for something new. Curiosity. And of course finding the right platform to stay connected. Listen and learn from the experiences of leaders of a micro-generation of Hong Kongers who from the comfort of noisy cha chaan tengs paved the way for a new wave of entrepreneurial creatives.