Chrstopher DeWolf is a journalist who has always been fascinated by cities. He writes about architecture, urbanism, design, art and culture, and when he is not roaming the streets of his adopted home of Hong Kong, he is cycling around his other adopted home, Montreal. After getting his start with Maisonneuve magazine and the Montreal Gazette, he began writing regularly for the South China Morning Post, Wall Street Journal and other publications. His work has also appeared in TIME, Roads & Kingdoms and CNN, and he is the managing editor of Zolima CityMag, a magazine of Hong Kong arts, culture and history. His first book is Borrowed Spaces: Life Between the Cracks of Modern Hong Kong, published by Penguin in 2017.