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Vien, along with Dawn Kiddos Creative Studio, co-produced 10+ episodes of lead-in programme of Hong Kong athletes before the Tokyo Olympics with Now Sports (Now TV).
Vien created this multimedia platform, which is a hub for her sports x travel content, projects, activities etc. As a frequent traveler, a sports enthusiast and creator, Vien does a lot in the direction of sports x travel, which emphasises on how sport can be a good way to see the world. More: https://www.instagram.com/sports.flaneur/
Vien collaborated with English Schools Foundation (ESF) Language and Learning to launch and teach at the class More than Just a Game: Introduction to Sports Journalism at the summer camps.
Vien writes for CUP as a columnist. She goes on with her direction as a Sports Flâneur to write sport in social/cultural perspectives & to see the world with sport.
Vien conceptualised and created ‘Chasing the Chase: An Account of Hong Kong Sports Journalists' Stories’ Project(【今次，這句「加油」屬於你－－記錄香港體育記者的故事】計劃) , which is the first multi-media project relating to local sports journalists in recent years. She carries out the project with director Nicholas Mak, producer and designer Ann Kwok. More details can be found on: https://www.facebook.com/chasingthechase.hongkong/
Vien, together with her team Dawn Kiddos Creative Studio, was involved in producing the athletes interview videos of Sports Expo, located at the Forest, by the Urban Renewal Authority. Vien played a role in interviewing, scriptwriting, voiceover, shooting, coordination and preparation.
Vien was invited as one of the speakers for Women in Sports Empowered HK - WISE HK to talk about 'Why girls should play sports: sports to enhance academic, health and wellbeing in life'.
Vien is one of the hosts and production team members for the Radio Television Hong Kong's Community Involvement Broadcasting Service (CIBS) programme 幕後精英撐體壇 which discusses about and interviews the unsung heroes at positions outside the limelight in Hong Kong sport.
Vien has worked as the Project Coordinator of MC³@702 Creative Space, managed by the Department of Sociology of the University of Hong Kong. She has been involved in various events of culture, art, creativity and media held in this interactive hub. More about the space can be found on: https://www.facebook.com/HkuMccc/
Stay tuned, more to be released soon!