While never satisfied resting on their laurels, even starving artists need a place to rest their heads. In that respect, we like to think of Wontonmeen as the hub where Hong Kong’s creative scene starts its day; a unique, diverse living space in the heart of Sham Shui Po that boasts eleven stories of artists, journalists, musicians, designers, teachers, comedians, curators and wing chun disciples. It wasn’t always this way. What was once just 30 flats intended for creatives to get a
break on this city’s ever-rising rent has evolved into a fully collaborative community, where everything from film festivals to publications to art exhibitions are hashed out in Wontonmeen’s buzzing "living room". So come check out our digs. Whether busy at work or just chilling in the communal space, these funky living spaces are a home away from home for locals and expats alike. It’s not just where art gets made; its where art lives.