2016-2017 Siufung's Media Interview
“I attempted suicide several times because I felt I was the only one in the world like me. There was hardly any representation of transgender people in the media and the limited amount was mostly negative.”
Time Out Magazine
"In a competition, my physique can be embraced. In other contexts, it can be condemned”
Hong Kong Press Press
"Even though it is five years away, I’m already excited about competing in the games in my home city. It will be a major milestone for the LGBT movement in Hong Kong and Asia. I hope it will encourage both LGBT people and the wider community to play sport, but also for sport to be a platform to promote human rights and equality."
"Bodybuilding is a paradoxical sport when it comes to gender, especially for female bodybuilders. It creates the biggest muscular women but at the same time regulates what femininity is."
Miss Ruthless Workshop
"Muscle as Medium: Experience sharing and Training workshop"
"My body is a blend of everything."
Siufung modelling for Taiwan lesbian magazine LEZS for a photoshoot session.
Katie Edwards's Interview
"Building a muscular body could help me to be more masculine in my social life. When I’m on stage and have to perform my femininity, bodybuilding also helps me to do that."
"I want to let people know, women can also have muscles, can have their own ideal body shape that differs from the social expectations"
“My body is a genderless body. Masculinity is different from muscularity. Having muscles doesn’t make you masculine. Muscles are just part of our human anatomy.”
South China Morning Post
"To me, bodybuilding is an experiment as well as a sport. "
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