Staged photography of Jeff Wall

When I first saw the picture featured in The Guardian, I was struck by the spontaneity of a domestic scene: a wife walking away from her ironing to get something in the house. Her daughter or maybe sister is lounging at the sofa reading a magazine. Both are enjoying each other’s company in a weekendContinue reading “Staged photography of Jeff Wall”

Racial equality in UK and Hong Kong

I find The Guardian’s politically correct way of describing ethnic races most fascinating. It is almost funny to me how much attention they pay to the linguistic terms. This is how it goes: Do not use ethnic to mean black or Asian people. In a British sense, they are an ethnic minority; in a worldContinue reading “Racial equality in UK and Hong Kong”