In a society where lack of representation and racial discrimination is prevalent, we believe in creating a platform for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong to showcase their talent and art, and aid refugee children’s education assisting them to reach their creative careers one step at a time.
We are Harmony. We Think Diversity.
anthony tamayo asis
john david dela peri
harmony "anne-marie" Ilunga
founder | ceo
co-founder | coo | President
Harmony HK combines rap, art and fashion
We are one of them. They are one of us.
That, in a nutshell, was the overarching message of Harmony HK’s bi-annual fashion show, Harmony Show Vol. 2, that was held on the 1st of June 2019. The words, used by MC Khadija Khan when welcoming the audience, were a nod to the speech given by New Zealand Prime Minister Jessica Ardern after the Christchurch shootings. Khan was referring to the organisation’s aim which is to use fashion, music and art to “spotlight minority talents and raise awareness on refugees”. The show, that featured talented designers and musicians, also donated part of its earnings to local NGO Learning Together Hong Kong.