mccm . thebookshop


My 36 Years of model making book launch – this thur 15th mar on 3/F hong kong arts centre. Come join us and drop by our bookshop on ground floor!

You are cordially invited to the book launch and signing of My 36 Years of Model Making in Hong Kong by King Y. Chung  this Thursday, 15 March 2012  at 6.30-8.30pm on 3/F Jockey Club Atrium, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Wanchai. Refreshments available. Sharing session with King Chung, John Batten, architects Marisa Yiu and Eric Schuldenfrei at 7pm.

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Instant culture featured on designboom. books available at our store.
February 23, 2012, 6:21 pm
Filed under: 【selection】architecture, press clipping

Instant Culture – Architecture and Urbanism as a Collective Proces

book introduction. inside pages. excerpts.

5 mins interview with editors at the bottom of the page.

please visit http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/8/view/18818/eric-schuldenfrei-and-marisa-yiu-instant-culture.html

available at our store.



bookshop fans, grab a Free copy of Paroles Feb 2012 issue to read about Instant Culture under new book recommendation; have a peek at the sketches done by Charles LaBelle and his new book Corpus!



Freshly Pressed! My 36 Years of Model-making – by King Y. Chung
January 27, 2012, 2:55 pm
Filed under: 【selection】architecture

Illustrates a local model-maker’s lifetime achievements whose works closely tracks Hong Kong city development. Architectural models, prototypes and tooling models for various industries are featured in the book. They include the HSBC Headquarters; Hong Kong International Airport; Shatin Racecourse; Kwai Chung Container Terminal; KCRC/ MTRC Train Staions; Hong Kong Conventionn & Exhibition Centre: The University of Science and Technology; City U; Open Learning University; International Finance Centre I & II; new Hong Koong Government Headquarers; Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Building.Freshly Pressed! My 36 Years of Model-making - by King Y. Chung



Book Review of My 32 square@ The NY Times

GARY CHANG stood in the middle of his apartment on a recent Saturday morning, ignoring a message from his Nintendo Wii on the wall-size screen: “Are you fidgeting? I can’t seem to analyze you.” He repositioned the game system’s balance board, stepped on for a second run of downhill skiing and began to shift from side to side, a computer-generated figure swishing in time with him across the room…..read more

quoted from NY times.com

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