The locally born comic artist was invited to serialize 4-panel comics early during her study. She has created a series of original comic diaries since 2010 and published short pieces on commercial magazines. In 2015, Chow published her comic title All About Sharing Studio and founded “Origin Circle”, which organizes the Original Indie Comic Con annually in Hong Kong to support and encourage original comic creation in the city. Chow’s works are mainly short pieces in simple lines that narrate insignificant stories with characters of unknown gender, name and identity.
Boneash depicts the time a couple spent together through the creation of bone porcelain.
HOME, it’s not HK, is it? tells the story of two brothers who are not able to go home.
Wild Camellia is about a girl who falls in love with a passer-by and searches for his smell everywhere, which faded at last.
Colorblind portrays two lovers, Red and Blue who hold very different values. Red wishes Blue would see the lonesome city in her eyes.
All About Sharing Studio shares stories of art studios in industrial buildings with the author’s own experience. The book introduces the working environment and the special experiences in Hong Kong’s industrial buildings with a simple and concise approach.