THE CHA SIU PAPERS STORY
"Cha Siu" is a traditional Chinese dish, meaning BBQ pork but marinated in a delicious sauce, usually served with rice or noodles. Although we do love cha siu, there is no cha siu involved in the process of our card making (only during lunch breaks)!
Cha Siu Papers was founded by Faye Bradley in 2018. Faye was born and raised in Hong Kong and has a deep passion for the visual arts. After graduating from the University of Leeds in Art and Design BA (HONS), she returned to Hong Kong to start her business in greeting cards. In an ever growing digital world, Faye has an aspiration to continue creating “old school” paper greeting cards using an eco-friendly method forward (100% recycled paper).
Being half Chinese and half English, Faye was able to find a way to express the fusion between cultures and use this to humour people through cards with "puns" and witty lines that can be entertained worldwide. Finding a unique bridge across these cultures has enhanced her creativity and exposure to Western and Eastern influences, therefore bringing you one-of-a-kind designs to make you smile.
Faye likes to spend her time drawing and painting and founded Cha Siu Papers as a way to express her passion in art and design, whilst being able to provide people with a unique greeting card for their loved ones.
Founder and Head of Marketing
Faye is the founder and illustrator of Hong Kong-born Cha Siu Papers and head of written content and marketing for the Cha Siu Papers Times online blog publication. She has worked and written for Lane Crawford, Skyscanner, Compare Retreats, amongst others. She writes as a contributing editor for The HK Hub, Healthy HKG and SPCA Hong Kong. She graduated with a 2:1 in Art and Design BA(Hons) at the University of Leeds.
For any queries or comments, contact Faye at
+852 6711 6365 or
Photographer and Head of Visual Content
Adam was born and raised in London before moving to Hong Kong in 2015. He has over ten years of experience in CGI architecture creation, graphic design, photography and illustrating. He is the photographer for Cha Siu Papers and the Cha Siu Papers Times and also Head of Visual Content including illustrator and computer graphics for the brand.
For any queries or comments, contact Adam at
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