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PORCELAIN CREATIONS: The artist, who finds ceramic a perfect medium to work with, and two of his pieces, A Job Offer and Who Did it
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PORCELAIN CREATIONS: The artist, who finds ceramic a perfect medium to work with, and two of his pieces, A Job Offer (above) and Who Did it
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PORCELAIN CREATIONS: The artist, who finds ceramic a perfect medium to work with, and two of his pieces, A Job Offer and Who Did it (above)

Recapturing the innocence of youth

Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang's exhibition seeks to unlock the inner child in us.
Aug 7, 2015 5:50 AM

AS we grow older, we sometimes forget the playfulness and innocence of childhood, and the curiosity and openness that shaped us, making us the adults we are today. Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang's Inner Child exhibition, which opens on Aug 7 at Scotts Square, seeks to help us recall our