Ken Tsui, Provider Of Original Good Times

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by Andrew Morrison | Ken Tsui is the next cool thing. Aside from being wicked smart, generous, funny as hell and charming to boot, Ken is a film-maker and lark-lover who works hard at whatever he tries. Whether he’s making a documentary on a model plane fanatic, directing a music video for Defektors, setting up a Twin Peaks pop-up coffee and pie shop called The Black Lodge (long before the Kingsway’s new Black Lodge), wrangling and serving folks at Eat Together suppers, transforming neighbourhood coffee shops into temporary street food stalls, or helping to re-invigorate the Chinatown Night Market, he’s always doing it full-on with a smile on his one of a kind face.

UPDATE: A few months after we published this, we hired Ken. Check out his Scout columns, Staff Meal and Never Heard Of It.

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