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Independently co-directed and co-produced.


For decades, an  eighty-year-old graffiti artist tagged the streets of Hong Kong with a Chinese calligraphy brush. His name was Tseng Tso Choi and he called himself the "King of Kowloon", claiming the city as his ancestral land. Shot on the eve of Hong Kong's historic handover from British back to Chinese rule, this documentary is a window into a rapidly changing society and the lives of its everyday citizens. 

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