Since going into book publishing in 2001, our aspirations in books have not changed – we wish to bring to you original and inspiring books from creators who share a passion in books as well as having a strong desire to explore new concepts and visualise their experiences, stories and perception in their medium of preference - words, images, sound etc… These adventurous spirit often take us across boundaries of categories - be it illustration, visual art, design, architecture, photography, culture, socio-culture, and literature. Diversified as they are, our titles have ‘crossover’ appeals to different age groups and interest groups.
Our titles are about the visualization of experiences, stories and perceptions through the printed word, images and sound. We live in an age where people move freely across boundaries and inhabit areas of virtual space that intertwine to create new concepts and ways of living. These cross-disciplinary realities are at the core of MCCM fusing illustration, visual art, design, architecture, photography, socio-cultural criticism and literature.
In January 2009 MCCM Creations was invited by Hong Kong Arts Centre to operate a bookshop on location. We ran the bookshop for five and a half years, before it moved to PMQ, the former Police Married Quarters, for a temporary 5-month pop-up.
In October 2013, we set up an NGO creative cultural platform – STORY – to continue our responsibility of cultural preservation. MCCM is the publishing arm of this cultural resource.
volunteering & internship
We welcome young individuals who have passion in reading, writing and design to join us as interns. We are also looking for volunteers to help out in non-profit making activities and events. Contact us via email@example.com
Books reflect the soul of a city
Books are powerful catalysts to a cultured living
Publishing is a process of dialogues with people from different backgrounds
The making of a book is a process of synthesizing, sensibility, experience, skills and techniques
One of the joys of living is venturing into the endless possibilities of creativity.
We all have gifts. When we are using them, we're at our best - and we feel most fulfilled.
We live in an age where people can move freely across boundaries of regions and exercise their thoughts through virtual space. These criss-cross experiences often produce surprises and open up new horizons for thoughts and ideas.