Social Change Leads Chinese People to Religions

3-minute film as Human Interest story for Video News Production course.

Location: Admiralty & Central & Causeway Bay & HKU, Hong Kong
Date: Nov 13-27, 2016
Camera: Panasonic GH4

Contemporary social change leads an increasing number of Chinese people to religions. Although Mainland China doesn’t have a religion environment as free as that of Hong Kong, more Chinese people have started their spiritual search.

The video covers two conversations respectively with a preacher and an expert in religion. They both talked about their understanding towards the correlation between social change and people’s belief. Their talk also gave us a glimpse of how Christians’ values and pursuit in religions in Hong Kong differ from that of the mainland.

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