#MeToo

Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year was announced this last week, with ‘The Silence Breakers’ as the winners. The #MeToo movement has swept across the world and fundamentally changed the way society thinks about abuse and trauma, especially those acts committed by people of power.

Last week, Susan opened her first photography exhibition on the subject of sexual abuse – the first ever of its kind in Asia.

Prior to the #MeToo movement, this project had already been up and running for about a year. We’re very proud to say that we have been able to do our part with helping to highlight the issues here in Hong Kong. Many media outlets here in Hong Kong reported on the exhibition and we hope that this will open up a forum to speak on a subject that has been difficult to talk about before, and to shine a light for victims of abuse to help them rehabilitate.

https://m.scmp.com/video/hong-kong/2123559/do-not-feel-shame-sexual-assault-victim-says

http://m.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/community/article/2123476/do-not-feel-shame-sexual-assault-survivor-hong-kong-urges