FP writer, Emilie Choi’s analysis continues on the question of art labor in Hong Kong. In part 2 of her report, she asks, “what should an artists’ union do?” 據點成員蔡倩怡進一步思考藝術勞動的光景四年來沒有甚麼變動，且客觀環境越來越嚴峻。她問：「工會該如何保障藝術家？」
FP writer, Emilie Choi, former journalist for Ming Pao Weekly’s cultural page, recalls an investigative feature she did four years ago on the question of art labor in Hong Kong, and is dismayed that not much has advanced other than the many growing aggravations in the city. With a new introduction, she puts back in the spotlight realities we may have forgotten. 《「錄像宣言」的延伸閱讀：藝術勞工的景況：做個夜更的藝術家？》在「據點一杯茶」網上發表後，據點成員蔡倩怡不禁記起四年前她還是記者時所做過的專題訪問，驀然發覺時間過去了，藝術勞動的光景沒有甚麼變動，且客觀環境越來越嚴峻。她很想舊事重提，面對現實。這裡是翻新後的發表。
兩位參與「錄像宣言2」計劃的藝術家，在工作坊裡分享了一篇感動過他們的文章 — RAQS Media Collective 的 Monica Narula 於 2012年寫的「如何做夜更的藝術家：藝術學院 [給21世紀的提案]」。為了快點分享給更多的藝術創作者，黎肖嫻以局部引述和中文翻譯去展示，並加以短論，望引來更多討論。Two Manifesto 2 artists share an article of impact on them in an artist’s workshop session — “How to be an artist by night. Art School (Propositions for the 21st Century)” written in 2012, by RAQS Media Collective’s Monica Narula. A series of selected quotes from the piece was assembled by Linda Lai here with Chinese translation and a short commentary.