Ordinary Food Spaces in a Global City: Hong Kong
- Author(s): Blake, Megan Kathleen;
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Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.5070/S5211015902
This photo-essay focuses on the everyday spaces of Hong Kong. In particular it views an alternative landscape of Hong Kong peopled by poor who seek to make-do and get on with few resources. The focus is on hawking and market space. The photo-essay seeks to reveal the vibrancy in spaces that are not dominated by neoliberal idologies. In doing so, it also seeks to illustrate the violence that is done to urban space and to the poor in particular when neoliberal ideologies are given full reign.