Hong Kong Women Filmmakers

Female Public Figure in Umbrella Movement

Female Public Figure in Umbrella Movement

Denise Ho, pop singer

Denise Ho is considered by some as a pop figurehead of the Umbrella Movement, as she was one of the more vocal members from the local entertainment industry who supported the movement. Her outspokenness during the events of late 2014 drew more media attention to the cause; however she states that her civic participation caused an immediate backlash to her career and earning potential in the mainland. Ho sung a song which became popular during the protests (see link below). She, along with other artists, academics and media professionals founded Hong Kong Shield, an alliance in support of the student movement. Hong Kong Shield has a Youtube channel consisting of four Cantonese videos, the most popular of which features Ho as β€œMadam Goo” performing songs in a spoofed version of a police press conference.

Denise Ho as β€œMadam Goo”

Denise Ho as β€œMadam Goo”

Hong Kong Shield on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/hongkongshield

Hong Kong Shield Youtube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3TzWn5_fPpNQqI9Nl_J6pg/videos

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β€œCanto-pop star Denise Ho vows to fight on for democracy despite mainland backlash.” By Vivienne Chow, South China Morning Post. 7 November 2014.
Source: http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1634254/canto-pop-star-denise-ho-vows-fight-democracy-despite-mainland?page=all

β€œHong Kong pop singer Denise Ho: Occupy Central students inspire me.” By Vicky Feng, for South China Morning Post TV. A four minute interview with Denise Ho, published on Friday 7 November 2014 (in Cantonese with English subtitles).
Source: http://www.scmp.com/video/scmp-originals/1626638/hong-kong-pop-singer-denise-ho-occupy-central-students-inspire-me

Ho talks about Hong Kong Shield

Ho talks about Hong Kong Shield

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Denise Ho being interviewed by Wall Street Journal

Denise Ho being interviewed by Wall Street Journal

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