Charlene Choi, Fiona Sit and Chapman To go nude to support anti-slavery campaign

16 October 2013 / 3 years 1 week ago

Charlene Choi (Ah Sa), Fiona Sit and Chapman To lent their support to the Anti-Slavery Day campaign by posing nude to raise awareness about the issue.

Beginning October 18 (Anti-Slavery Day), Liberty Asia will hold a week of events. As a passionate advocate of anti-slavery, Chapman To will appear at the Anti-Slavery Exhibition Opening Ceremony on October 18 at University of Hong Kong's Jockey Club Tower.

He will be appealing to Hong Kong citizens of all walks of life to rally and fight slavery. Renowned photographer Wing Shya previously photographed Chapman To, Charlene Choi and Fiona Sit for a collection of anti-slavery promotional posters.

Using cards to cover important areas, they displayed signs reading "Don't turn away," "Stop slavery now," and "Start again. Rethink what you buy."

The photos will be displayed at the exhibition to actively bring about attention from the public.

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