Wok Wok Talk 2: A Better Tomorrow

Exhibition Period
Apr 30, 2021
Exhibition date and time
Fri to Fri, 8:00pm - 9:30pm
Exhibition Place
WMA Facebook Live

It has been a strange and difficult year, and at times we feel disheartened. How could we make the strangeness, hardship and sorrow worthwhile?  How should we learn, re-imagine and campaign for a better tomorrow? 


The first two principles of WHO’s constitution stipulates:


  • Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. 


  • The enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition. 


And such was the constitution adopted after the war in 1946. When we review what Hong Kong has gone through today, what improvements do we need to make our city a better and healthier place?


The talk, to be conducted in Cantonese, will be shown via WMA Facebook Live.


Moderator: Dr. Chloe Lai 

Guest speakers: Mr. Donald Choi, Dr. Christian Chan, Mr. Francis Ng

Date: 30.04.2021 (Fri), 8-9:30pm



Dr. Chloe Lai

Dr. Chloe Lai is a journalist-turned-urbanist. She is a PhD in Comparative Literature. Archaeology of the present is her favour way to see the world and conduct researches. The exhibition “Can’t touch this!” is an extension of the research project “Faces under Masks” initiated by Dr Lai.


Speakers (in alphabetical order)  

Dr. Christian Chan

Dr. Christian Chan is associate professor of clinical psychology at HKU. His research interests include disaster mental health, positive youth development, and intergroup relations.


Donald Choi Wun-Hing

Donald Choi Wun-Hing is President of The Hong Kong Institute of Architects. He specialises in urban planning and has extensive experience in both public and private development projects. Donald is currently the CEO of Chinachem Group, Global Trustee of the Urban Land Institute, President of the Hong Kong Institute of Urban Design, Honorary Advisor of Hong Kong Workers’ Health Centre, Ex Officio Trustee of Rhode Island School of Design, Board Member of Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Cooperation, Chairperson of the Board of Construction Innovation and Technology Application Centre, Board Member of the Hong Kong Green Building Council, and Chief Curator for the Hong Kong Exhibition at the 17th Venice Biennale 2020.


Francis Ng

Francis Ng is an interviewee of Faces under Masks. He has been working from home since the early days of the Covid pandemic. Francis has been attracted to cooking shortly after he has more time staying at home. Making a big feast for his beloved sisters is one of his biggest enjoyment. 


30/4 (Fri)
8:00pm - 9:30pm