Neo-Baak Jyut Chronicle

Caleb Fung
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Ammonite Fossil, Shatin Station © Caleb Fung

In the midst of our human hustle and bustle, I find solace in nature’s whispers, capturing transcendent moments, revealing the presence and essence of beings thriving even in urban life, and connecting us to something greater.


A sunbathing prehistoric creature. Spirals on ancient marble. Each discovery through the lens leads me closer to cosmic enigmas predating humanity.

Untitled © Caleb Fung

Our region was once known as ‘Baak Jyut’ (Or ‘Baiyue’), and this Chronicle honours these historical roots. It aspires to create a sanctuary for the soul, a refuge far from Hong Kong’s modern constructs, and a livable frequency amidst life’s ceaseless ebb and flow.

Ancient Chuen Wan © Caleb Fung

Caleb Fung is a Hong Kong-based independent photographer with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Visual Arts from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University.


His works have been selected for several competitions and awards, including WMA Masters (Hong Kong), Lumenvisum (Hong Kong), Earth Photo (UK) and Prix Pictet (Switzerland). Awarded the WMA x FORMAT Fellowship, Fung held a 2023 FORMAT Festival residency in Derby.





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