Seeds as histories and futures: Stories from Hong Kong
This article is part of the second issue of "The Sauce - on food, community and inspirations", a theme-based journazine on seeds. The inaugural issue focuses on soil, print edition of the full first issue is available here.
Seeds do not grow everywhere, but oftentimes, they grow least where we expect them to. I was at a farm in 蕉徑（‘Tsiu Keng’) and was given a quick tour by a friend. It was springtime in Hong Kong, and the word she kept using to describe how and where plants were growing was “ 飆“ - which roughly translates as ‘to emerge vigorously’.
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