Having a 360-degree view means being able to see something at every angle from your vantage point.
To capture what it’s like to be in a place as dynamic as Hong Kong, you need a wide array of angles.
In Spring 2018, a group of journalism students from Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada
landed in Hong Kong for a two-week-long reporting project.
They set out to document life in Hong Kong from different angles,
to reach out to people from all walks of life, to write the stories that don’t make headlines.
They were equipped with panoramic video cameras to produce more immersive storytelling experiences.
This is what they found.
A Sight To Be Seen: profiles from Hong Kong’s LGBT+ community
Centuries Neglected: what a 250-year-old village means to Hong Kong
Dai Pai Dongs: food, culture and a dying Hong Kong relic
Fine Dying: designing dignity for Hong Kong’s elders
Sheung Wan: Traditional Chinese Medicine in Modern Hong Kong Life
Wearing History: cultural power through fashion
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