發明你的字句，操練你的發聲，給未有名字的起個名，為碎片堆築一條路。Share it if we deserve it: thoughts on living and being, poetry, automatic writing… silences, speechlessness, noise, soundings… fragmentary thoughts in search of a path, elliptical sentiments, the unspeakable…
Push! And a door will open. Push is a special charm to Linda Lai, a magic word she has used for several of her artworks, “PUSH Push – automatism” shares glimpses of her mind-scape, an enigmatic zone with strides of montage and poetry.「推」，推開了神秘的門，領進魔幻之地。《推。推。不假思索》推開了作者某幾個時刻的紛繁思潮世界。斷、折，又絲連。是詩與蒙太奇的步履。
In the 6th piece of his “Just Around You” ficto-documentary series, FP writer Wai tells a familiar story often told in Hong Kong movies and TV series except that it is a real one. 黎偉亮在虛擬式記錄系列「總在你身邊」6 說了個耳熟能詳的香港邊緣人的故事，像極了電影電視橋段，只是…。「不是要寫一篇警世的文章，只想訴說人生的無奈，可憐可悲還可恨，祇能由自己決定。」
A second one in video Manifesto 2 artist Natalie A. Chao’s “Wilderness Poems” series, in connection to her video work Are We all Wilderness. 錄像宣言2創作人趙芷妮《荒野詩》系列作品2.
“Hopefully that’s not a boy’s answer.” Ryan Chung, graduated last summer with a Bachelor of Art & Science degree, allowed himself to follow what came by with utmost self-guarded curiosity. He is now a primary school teacher! In the closed laboratory of making the child for his future, he runs into a familiar boxing situation. 九個月不長也不短，卻足夠一個好奇而樂於隨機而伺的大學新鮮畢業生勘測四周。鍾樹仁沒想過會當上小學教師；面對孩童被模塑的場景，總是看到了多一點自己。例如：怎樣的答案才算是男孩的答案？何來這樣的問題？
Video Manifesto 2 artist Natalie A. Chao’s short poems with her own photography will appear in Floating Teatime: Personally Speaking over the next two months.
In our recent video Manifesto 2 Artists’ Workshops, Natalie A. Chao said the camera was there to protect herself on the many street events in Hong Kong since 2019. She questioned the camera’s invasive nature and wonder how her camera thinks. Textualizing images she “gleaned” in writing is then a necessary part of the imaging event. Here is a set of notes Natalie wrote while reflecting on a film she made, Are We All Wilderness? (2019), revised this year.
In the 5th piece of his “Just Around You” series, FP writer/manager Wai delivers a self-dialogue through two fictional characters… How to live with hope and what hope is in store?「總在你身邊」要說的是這個地方普通人的故事，其中人物的名字或故事情節容或杜撰，但角色的處境及遭遇皆為我所知所遇所見所聞，志在刻劃現實。系列的第五篇有如一個人的一個「我 」和自己的另一個「我」在聊天，在這個城市最艱辛的一年給自己加把勁。
The first of a new series, “let the mind speak,” by fresh graduate Ryan Chung for Floating Teatime… #1 unfolds an unspeakable state of mind… 一個今年暑假剛畢業的大學生用「寫」跟自己對談。是過程，不論成果。《思維自說自話》系列第一篇。
To FP writer Lai Wai-leung, what has played out in HK’s public space in June and July is no isolated drama. 歷史的緣由，這個地方的人口從來埋藏著一條思想鴻溝 …。