Six Degrees – South China Morning Post

I wrote a regular column called Six Degrees for the South China Morning Post’s Sunday Magazine. The weekly column was a humorous and informative exploration of connections between six celebrities and well-known historical figures.

See selected examples below.

Six Degrees – 10 May, 2014

Hayao Miyazaki is the subject of an exhibition that opens on Wednesday at the Hong Kong Heritage Museum. The Japanese animator, mangaka, film director, producer and screenwriter’s 50- year career…

Six Degrees – 26 November, 2014

The Flaming Lips are scheduled to wrap up the Clockenflap festival tonight in West Kowloon. Fans will doubtlessly be expecting some of the psychedelic rock group’s trademark stage antics…

Six Degrees – January 17, 2015

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was a civil servant in the Russian Ministry of Justice before he became one of the world’s most famous composers; his Piano Trio in A Minor, Op 50 will be presented in a Gala Concert at Hong Kong’s City Hall tomorrow night.