Li-Ting Lin, a multimedia journalist
Hong Kong’s pigeon protectors are defying both public disdain and the law, as they work to mend broken birds. But what moves someone to care for an animal which many consider to be pests? As part of Hong Kong Free Press Hong Kong Humans series, Li-Ting Lin speaks to the founder of Hong Kong Pigeon and Dove Rescue.
While an average Hongkonger eats four times more than recommended meat on a daily basis, a group of young people are trying to change this. Li-Ting Lin speaks to the organiser of Hong Kong Pig Save.
GHOST NETSShort Documentary |12 min
Harry Chan has spent more than half of his lifetime diving, but after he retired from work, he realised he could do more with his hobby. A story about determination, optimism, and the love for the ocean.
Hong Kong– An asylum seeker was sentenced 13 years and six months of prison for trafficking dangerous drugs by a Hong Kong court on Friday. The police arrested 24-year-old Pakistani Manan Abdul over charges of drug trafficking on Oct 13, 2017. They found him carrying...
Hong Kong- The transgender community marched on Hong Kong’s annual Pride Parade Saturday calling for an expansion on gender-neutral facilities as part of the main theme this year. “It is a deprivation of basic human right,” Katy, one of the Hong Kong Pride Parade...
pro-democracy organizations rallied from Causeway Bay to Admiralty on the National Day calls attention to repressions from the government on construction problem in Shatin to Central link, recent ban on the National Party, and the legislation to Article 23.
By Li-Ting Lin | Nov 20, 2018 | Multimedia Reporting
As concerns grow with the new legislation on imported trash to mainland China, Li-Ting Lin, Yue Yang, and Tina Zhou spoke to three recycling sectors in Hong Kong to find out how it has affected the business.