Hong Kong comics started a new page with uncertainty
- By: Lokman YuenEdited by: Jenny Lam
Hong Kong comics had its glory days in the 1970s to 90s, its popularity has declined since then. But some local comic writers are still drawing new pages, Jerry Cho Chi-ho is one of them. HK Comics Support Programme, a first-year government subsidised programme aimed at helping artists to publish new long comics encouraged Cho to draw again.
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