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Illustrated notes of talks, panels and conferences that I've attended.

Behind the Screen: Content Moderation in the Shadows of Social Media

25 February 2020

DragonCon 2019

07 December 2019

Does Automation Threaten Democracy?

11 September 2019

Mental Health & Self-Care for Activists: A Panel Discussion

25 July 2019

The Social Cost of the Information Age

26 June 2019


23 February 2019

DragonCon 2018

08 December 2018

What to let go? | Para Site's 2018 International Conference

23 November 2018

Hong Kong (queer) zine culture now and then

18 November 2018

Soviet Union, Russia, Ukraine: What was and is the connection between literature and human rights?

18 April 2018

Melon 2018

17 March 2018

DragonCon 2017

16 December 2017

Interpreting the Future: Ken Liu on Silkpunk and Sci-Fi

10 November 2017

A Collective Present: artist talks with Koki Tanaka & Tiffany Chung

04 November 2017

More Than One Way: The State & Future of Hong Kong Publishing

17 September 2017

Melon Hong Kong

19 April 2017

I'm Drawn This Way: Cartoonists on Cartooning

13 March 2017

Databite No. 95: Online Harassment, Risky Research, and Activism

08 March 2017

中港臺授權市場之潛力與商機 The Potential and Business Opportunities of Licensing in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan

08 January 2017

「走出同溫層——網民如何成為公民」Netizens to Citizens

17 December 2016

Platforms for Art Publishing

07 December 2016

Applying the Ethnographic Method to Cinema

29 November 2016

Hong Kong Department Store: Design as Manufacturing

23 October 2016

Asia Art Archive: Toko Pura-Pura Presentation

27 August 2016

Spring Workshop: Postscript on I'm That Angel with Tyler Coburn

04 August 2016

A conversation with Ka-Man Tse

20 July 2016

Access My Info Hong Kong: Our data in whose hands? Global perspectives on telecommunications privacy

06 May 2016

The Kite Family: Reading, discussion, party

27 April 2016

Spring Workshop: Clapping Backwards with Luisa Ungar and expert-guest

28 November 2015

Inmedia: The EU abolishes safe harbor – does limiting the flow of information protect our privacy?

28 October 2015

BarCamp Hong Kong 2015: How can IT help democratize the church?

17 October 2015

Maker Faire Shenzhen 2015:  Learning City 2025 – Transforming livelihoods

18 June 2015

Asia Art Archive: Digital Geographies – Net Art in China

17 May 2015

Art Basel Salon: Into Asia – Publishing Asian editions

17 May 2015

Between Politics & Art: From Umbrella Movement Onwards

16 February 2015

Hong Kong Writers Circle: Writing the City

10 February 2015

Off The Record: Tweeting the Umbrella Movement

22 January 2015

K11 Art Foundation: Cross Over Collaboration – Art & Performance

10 December 2014

BarCamp Hong Kong 2014

15 November 2014

Worldwide Meteor Day: Hong Kong

06 November 2014

The Awkward Middle: Growing and Developing Mid-scale Arts Organizations in Hong Kong

21 September 2014

About the author

Jason Li is a Hong Kong-based cartoonist and designer. He is the author of The House on Horse Mountain, an upcoming graphic novel about a young girl growing up in a bygone Hong Kong of the 1960s, and creator of Add Oil Comics, a social advocacy webcomic. Integrating elements of social science, illustration and social media, his works have been appeared at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Asian Art Museum, on the BBC, and on the radio in Spain.

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