Interview with Lo-Ting: An oral history project

Yu was a university communication major student, who’s intended to shoot a documentary about her dearest friend and her grandfather.
Grandfather suffer from Alzheimer's disease and start to telling a story of his late wife, he claimed was a myth creature Lo-Ting.
Yu was drawn to the story of Lo-Ting and discover the dark side of Lo-Ting history.

  • KaShing Chu
  • KaShing Chu
  • Ka Ki Felix Leung
  • Tsang Ning Chan
    Key Cast
  • Project Title (Original Language):
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  • Genres:
    drama, Mockumentary
  • Runtime:
    15 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    January 12, 2022
  • Production Budget:
    28,205 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    Hong Kong
  • Country of Filming:
    Hong Kong
  • Language:
    Yue Chinese (Cantonese)
  • Shooting Format:
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • 9th Microfilm Production Scheme (Music)
    Hong Kong
    Hong Kong
    February 7, 2022
    Best microfilm production(Gold) & Best cinematography
  • Asian summer film festival/ festival Nits De cinema oriental de Vic
    July 19, 2022
    official selection
  • 14th Cinefantasy International Fantastic Film Festival(
    São Paulo
    South America
Director Biography - KaShing Chu

CHU Ka-shing is a film director from Hong Kong. Apart from being selected in local competitions/festivals, his works were also aired on Radio Television Hong Kong, and featured overseas in the US, Japan ,Italy and Spain, etc.

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Director Statement

"Hong Kong is a city without myths."

Indeed, compared to many places with rich tradition of folklores and legend, Hong kong has never had an iconic mythical creature to represent herself. Lo-Ting could be the only mythical creature in Hong Kong that is relatively well-known among Hong Kong-ers.

Starting from the 90's, intellectuals of Hong Kong began to utilize Lo-Ting as a metaphor to re-bulid Hong Kong people's identity due to the similarity of Lo-Ting’s fate and that of Hong Kong people's.

And it was around 2019 when this project began to take shape in my mind, as I contemplated on Hong Kong people's destiny and future. I came to the conclusion that perhaps now is the best time to re-tell the story of Lo-Ting in this uncertain present.