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Siu Tung

Like to listen to stories and write stories.

Like listening to and writing stories.

Excerpt:

"Every time he walks into Tai Sang Wai, he collects food, collects stories, dehydrates and air-drys the food that he intends to make into specimens. There is so much food in Tai Sang Wai, and every time he takes a large batch of boxes like a takeaway. When he left and brought the food back to the workshop in the city to make specimens, he still seemed to smell the food in Dashengwei."

Excerpt:

"Whenever Brandon goes to Tai Sang Wai, he collects foods and stories. And he will dehydrate and air-dry the food he intends to make into a specimen. However, there are too many varieties of food in Tai Sang Wai. Therefore, he has to carry boxes of food like after a big feast of takeaway every time he leaves for his studio. On his way bringing the food back to his studio inside city for making specimens, he still seems to smell the scent of food of Tai Sang Wai ."

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Huang Xiaoyan Phoebe WONG

Huang Xiaoyan is a freelance writer.

Phoebe WONG is a Hong Kong-based culture worker with a special interest in contemporary art, design and visual media.

Excerpt:

"I also know that knowing or experiencing nature is by personal practice and opening up the senses, and knowing second-hand nature through literary imagination. When writing the preface for "Butterfly Dao", Liu Kexiang reminded readers profoundly, "If it is purely a study I’m afraid it’s hard to really go deep in the literary travels in the middle of the world, to understand the true meaning of the dialogue between natural writing and life.” (page 26) I prefer trees. If I go out of nature, I will start with a good understanding of trees and plants. "

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"Besides, I do know that learning about nature through literature is second-hand experience. One can only learn and experience nature through one's senses and physical encounter. In the preface of The Dao of Butterflies, Liu Ka-Shiang reminded the readers earnestly that it is difficult, if not impossible, to fully comprehend the profound meanings of the dialogue with lives in nature writing by taking only a spiritual journey in literature at one's study room. (The Dao of Butterflies, p.26). Therefore, as a person who likes trees, I would start learning about trees and plants if I were to begin my nature expeditions."

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Cally YU

Yu Ruomei, a Hong Kong writer, is engaged in theater texts, novels, new poems, prose, and commentary.

YU Yeuk Mui (Cally YU), a Chinese writer, produces theater text, poems, short stories and critics, with strong concern on local cultural and social development.

Excerpt:

"Tai Sang Wai, Yuen Long, located close to the Mai Po Wetland, is protected by the International Ramsar Convention on Wetlands. It retains the color of a fish pond and has a unique historical vein. Thanks to the efforts of the villagers and the Hong Kong Bird Watching Club , Preserving a rare ecological paradise, fish, bird, insect and fruit villagers coexist in their neighborhoods and have their own world. Dasheng. Surrounding. It also seems to be an analogy of Hong Kong, everyone is trying to surround a free place to live. "

Excerpt:

" Tai Sang Wai, located near to Mai Po Wetland in Yuen Long, is protected by The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance to retain the scenery of the fishponds. Together with its historical context and the efforts of villagers and Hong Kong Bird Watching Society , this precious ecological paradise, a neighbourhood where the villagers live alongside with fishes, birds, insects and fruit in harmony, is preserved. The characters tai sang (to live together) and wai (to embrace) also seem like an analogy to Hong Kong , where everyone strives for a place they can live in with liberty. "