愛本身才是家庭基礎,不是你愛的是誰 Love itself, not who you love, is the basis of family

湯漢樞機以及天主教會以不容忍的態度與偏見,宣揚他們對同性戀關係和婚姻的理解,方禮倫認為,他們代表本性的腐敗。他敦促香港天主教社群,應更加高尚、更人性化地宣揚愛的訊息,這才是信仰的真義。接著原文的中譯文由 Alan Chiu 提供。

By promoting an understanding of homosexual relationships and marriage based on intolerance and bigotry, Evan argues that it is Cardinal John Tong Hon and the Catholic Church who represent a corruption of nature. He urges the Catholic community in Hong Kong to find relevance in their faith through a more noble, and humane, message of love. The Chinese translation is provided by Alan Chiu.

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Domestic workers Nina and Rosie: what their story says about Hong Kong 連娜與露詩:有關外籍傭工與香港的故事

Through his childhood relationship with his amahs, Nina and Rosie, Evan reflects on the relationship between a country and its people. Given what some Hong Kong people are today prepared to do to leave, he asks us to consider what type of home and relationship Hong Kong has become for some of her people. The Chinese translation is provided by Sally.

從童年時代照顧他的菲律賓家傭出發,方禮倫反思了一個國家和她的人民之間的關係。今天,不少香港人正打算離開家園,令他不禁思索這些年來,香港和她的人民之間的關係已起了微妙變化。譯文由 Sally 提供。

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「鬼佬一定好飲得」 Being “Gweilo” and the Expectation to Drink

在這文章裡,方禮倫想我們反思將西人標籤,會對香港成為真正的國際化社會,會帶來甚麼影響。「香港身份計劃 (HKIDP) 」由方禮倫創辦,是私人資助項目,旨在記錄、歸檔和探討各種關於香港身份的活動。譯文由 Sally 提供,英文原文在譯文之下。

In this extract from a longer essay, Evan asks us to consider the way our own “Western” stereotype shapes Hong Kong’s international community. Evan Fowler is the founder of the Hong Kong Identity Project (HKIDP), a privately funded initiative to document, archive and explore the Hong Kong identity. The Chinese translation is provided by Sally.

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那不僅是郵筒,它也代表了我們的歷史價值 More than a Post Box: that which blinds us to the value of our own history

方禮倫寫道,香港的郵筒不僅標誌著我們過去的殖民歷史,更是我們香港身份的一部分。任何「去殖化」的行為不應被強加於香港人身上,而須由他們自己來決定和執行。譯文由 Sally 提供,英文原文在譯文之下。

Evan writes that Hong Kong’s postboxes are more than markers of our colonial past, but of our Hong Kong identity; and that any process of decolonisation can not be imposed, and must be defined and enacted by the people themselves. The Chinese translation is provided by Sally.

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對法治不同的理解 造就我們才是香港人 Our Understanding of the Rule of Law defines us as Hong Kong People

在本週的專欄, Evan 認為張曉明最近張曉明的「特首超然於行政、立法、司法三個機關之上」的言論,是挑戰我們建立「香港人身份」的框架。「香港身份計劃 (HKIDP) 」由方禮倫創辦,是私人資助項目,旨在記錄、歸檔和探討各種關於香港身份的活動。譯文由 Alan Chiu 提供,英文原文在譯文之下。

In his weekly column on identity, Evan argues that hidden in Zhang Xiaoming’s recent comments on the separation of powers between the executive and judiciary is a challenge to the framework on which our identity as Hong Kong people is built. Evan Fowler is the founder of the Hong Kong Identity Project (HKIDP), a privately funded initiative to document, archive and explore the Hong Kong identity. The Chinese translation is provided by Alan Chiu.

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A Borrowed Place: Colonial mentality prevents people from identifying with HK as home借來的空間:殖民心態讓人們無法以香港為家

「香港身份計劃」的創始人方禮倫 (Evan Fowler) 在第一條關於香港身份的每週專欄中,反思香港人長期以來對自己身份抱有的殖民主義觀念,並探討這種觀念如何導致他們無法落地生根。

「香港身份計劃 (HKIDP) 」是私人資助項目,旨在記錄、歸檔和探討各種關於香港身份的活動。中文譯文由肖笛@東東心思社提供,英文原文在譯文之下。

In the first of his weekly columns on Hong Kong identity, Evan Fowler, founder of the Hong Kong Identity Project, reflects on the persistence of a colonial understanding of belonging that prevents some Hong Kong people from identifying with a home.

The Hong Kong Identity Project (HKIDP) is a privately funded initiative to document, archive and explore the Hong Kong identity. Original Text is beneath the Chinese translation; the translation is provided by 肖笛@Tung Tung Publisher.

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Should Mrs Zuckerberg be labelled Chinese?

The headline read: Who are the biggest Chinese philanthropists? What caught my attention, before even reading a line of the piece, was the accompanying photographs. Beside stock images of a smiling Li Ka Shing and Jack Ma Yun was the younger, prettier and decidedly different face of Priscilla Chan.

Apart from being, so the article claims, one of the three most generous Chinese philanthropists – a claim I would be cautious to make given generosity is to my mind not measured in absolute sums but in spirit – Priscilla Chan is the wife of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. She is also, like her husband, American.

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