The film screening initiative hopes to bring Africans and non-Africans together through watching films from Africa and the African diaspora. We then unpack the themes of the films together through a discussion at the end of each screening. Free entry but self-paying late-night African style snacks and drinks available! NB: We will continue to monitor… Read More »Film Screening Vol.8 | Yao
Some say it’s the only place that makes Hong Kong different from any Chinese city. A symbol for globalization, ‘home’ to many Africans and South Asians, a place Cantonese mothers warn their kids against. Chungking Mansions is a lot of things to different people. Join our tour to understand what this place mean for residents… Read More »Chungking Mansions Tour Vol.12
We are happy to present Zorora Afro Art Jam, the latest addition to our African art program. Every 1st and 3rd Saturday afternoon, you will have a chance to explore and express your creativity on a massive canvas, and will be exposed to inspirational African arts. Come join us for this unique experience. All are… Read More »Zorora Afro Art Jam #5
Moved to Hong Kong two years ago looking for a fresh start. He has found a community in Hong Kong that is filled with beautiful souls representing every color of the rainbow and many more. James will share his story and the stories of fellow LGBTQ+ members he has met during his journey. Come join… Read More »Fireside Chat #12| Gay, Black & Proud!
An opportunity to finally get a more nuanced appreciation of Africa and Africans. In this weekly Africa 101 series, we introduce individual countries/nations within the African continent as well as the African diaspora majority-black countries/nations. It’s an opportunity to be introduced to various aspects of each country such as cultures, history, geography, arts, and tourist… Read More »Africa 101 | South Africa
In light of the brutal murder of George Floyd by the U.S. police, many people in Hong Kong are interested in joining the ongoing conversation on the experiences of African Americans in the U.S. In the spirit of keeping the conversation going, we are putting together this series to help equip allies and skeptics with… Read More »U.S. Race Relations 101 | Sports
“Witchcraft”, “Black Magic” and “Juju”; these are some of the terms ascribed to African indigenous religions by colonialists and contemporaries alike. But what do we actually practice? And how do we experience and take pride in our indigenous religions? Come join this session to learn about our cosmologies and how we interact with the landscape.… Read More »African Traditional Religions Demystified