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Art Director of Sing Tao Group Supports Re-creation

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(What a nice pleasant surprise to see you again! You article contains misinformation that needs to be clarified. The Hong Kong SAR government decided in October last year to hold off the process of the proposed amendment to the existing Copyrights Ordinance due to public resentment. So it is incorrect for you to say that "they may sometimes violate the law" because there is no law forbidding people doing kuso pranks. Wong did not endorse the kuso culture unconditionally. He stressed that copycats have to observe professional ethics knowing what is acceptable and what is not. If a publication involves in kuso, it naturally has to take its image and its standing among its readers into consideration, said Wong.)


By Wong Sze Ki, 105051


HONG KONG, March 26 - Kuso culture has been rising in Hong Kong in recent years. Although people can express their creativity through the process of re-creation, they may sometimes violate the law. Danny Wong, Art director of Sing Tao Director, however said Nowadays more people are expressing their creativity in the way of re-creation. Although it may violate the law, Danny Wong, Art Director of Sing Tao Group, said it is hard to abandon re-creation.

“Hong Kong as a city that possesses freedom of speech, it is difficult for the government to forbid re-creation, since it is an expression of freedom of speech,”said Danny Wong.

Re-creation, also known as Kuso, becomes popular in Hong Kong when a group of internet users create their products based on other art works, songs or comics. It has raised public’s attention during the disclosure of Henry Tang Illegal Basement Controversy when many pictures are made to mock Henry Tang. However, some said that this way of creation may violate copyrights.

Wong also said that re-creation is becoming more common even on newspapers, such as the political comics.

“Those comics appeared on newspapers are to tease those governmental departments and celebrities. In a certain extent, I support re-creation as a way to express their opinion”

Although the government often raised discussion trying to supervise this new culture, but it is hard to be ban as public always has different opinions.
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