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Documentaries served as bridge between people and the society

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Reporter / April Ng

Documentaries allowed both producer and audience to know more about the society they were living in,

said Cheuk-cheung, the director of the documentary My Way.


Cheuk’s production, My Way, described the living and feeling of two boys who loved to act as women in

Chinese opera. Cheuk realised that he did not know much about Hong Kong when he started filming the

documentary. He said that people had been living in this city every day but there were too many things

that they did not notice, even though they might have question about the things. “The process of filming

this documentary provided me a bridge to understand what was really happening in Hong Kong,” said Cheuk.


Cheuk pitched the idea of My Way at the CNEX Chinese Doc Forum in Beijing and received fund from CNEX to

film the documetory. Ada Li, the manager of CNEX Foundation, said that Hong Kong people do not have the idea

of “pitching” as most television stations did not outsource the programmes. “However, the pitching process

is becoming important as there are more TV stations in the future,” she said.

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