“Hong Kong Perspectives” will present different perspectives and aspects of art creation in Hong Kong, by three artists: Chen Tong, Szelit Cheung and Fiona Wong. While we are viewing an object, its possible forms have been already framed by the borders of our consciousness. A present “view” is sincerely objective yet reflects oneself as well, thus different ways of viewing in the same space indeed constitute their respective concerns. Chen Tong and Szelit Cheung were both born in Mainland China, respectively depict “view” and “person” yet both pointing at anxiety and tremble beyond their identities. Fiona Wong’s ceramics on the other hand depict the alternative side of “view”, which delicately presents her native Hong Kong landscapes as well as her memory. From identity, political situation to humanity, those stories echo through the history of Hong Kong.