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Invisible Harmony

by Daniel Yok Loh


An East Asian political resistance piece through poetry, spoken word and dance. This collage of multi-disciplinary expression is a howl of pain from one of the most censored and silenced and sanitised minority groups on the planet.


Invisible Harmony 无形的和谐 by Daniel York Loh, Enxi Chang and Julia Cheng, is inspired by events in history, of 30 years ago in Beijing Tiananmen Square and on the streets of Hong Kong right in 2020, as seen on the screen and hidden in the screen. For one night only Invisible Harmony 无形的和谐 was presented live at London’s Southbank Centre.


Tuyet was the creative producer, working closely with the Director and Writer in the rehearsal room up to performance.


Presented by Chinese Arts Now, produced by Papergang Theatre and funded by Arts Council of England.


Photo by Dongmin Kim