This year, the New Hall Art Collection, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, UK and the Asia Art Archive launched their exciting new research on women and art in Hong Kong, which combines quantitative data and the experiences of women artists working in the region. WAGIC asked Eliza Gluckman of the New Hall Art Collection and independent researcher Phoebe Wong to share some background about their research process a...

Lijia Zhang is an internationally-recognised writer, journalist, and public speaker. Author of the critically-acclaimed Socialism is Great! and Lotus, Lijia is also a leading social commentator on modern China. Her work often sheds light on problems of gender discrimination and other forms of social inequality in China today. In this interview, WAGIC is delighted to speak to Lijia about her some of her work, how it reflects on...

Chao Xiaomi is one of the first people in China who started publicly talking about identifying as non-binary. In 2016, she took part in a popular entertainment show called Who Can Who Up where she talked about what it means to her to identify as gender fluid. That episode went viral reaching millions of people and turning Xiaomi into somewhat of a public figure. An excellent public speaker, Xiaomi continues to build bridges by...

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