“Things” are not only about functionality but also have the ability to carry personal emotions and thoughts, as well as history and zeitgeist. Any familiar things or sceneries in the ever-changing city may become a memory at the next second. Hong Kong in my eye can never keep up with the pace of its urban development, what was once embraced may not be everlasting. “Memories of My City” re-presents three kinds of things and scenes about myself and all of us with ceramic — from the everyday objects cherished by my granny to the forgotten toys and of the times, also the difficult-grasped local urban buildings. To recreate them with clay not just to retain their shapes and forms, but to capture and record the stories and emotions beyond. From the most private and personal feelings of “I” to the collective memories of “us”, these “scenes” and “things” are accompanied by countless unique memories and emotions.