“Hunger’s Core” is an animated short by youth artists Salwa Majoka and Christine Chung, which tackles the simple truth as to why world hunger exists. While our world provides all the necessities for every being, the current man-made system taints this, and pushes certain individuals to chase utter scraps for survival. Many times though, they cannot even reach the bare minimum, and are left with their palms eternally extended. While the remainder of mankind enjoys their “red apples” this lifestyle consumes the weak and unfortunate. Why is an unbreakable cycle that we are all part of?
Project by:
Christine Chung
Christine Chung is a grade 12 student at Northview Heights Secondary School. She is a lifelong creative doer and explores human conditions, trying to convey them in her work. She plans to study animation and hopes to one day be directing her own films along with Salwa Majoka in a studio.

Salwa Majoka
Salwa Majoka is a grade 12 student at Northview Heights Secondary School. She finds happiness in visually sharing stories and conceptually strong ideas - hoping she can make people "think" about issues. She plans to do these through illustration and animation, and wishes to continue working with Christine Chung in the future.
From:
Northview Heights Secondary School
Toronto, Ontario
Canada
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Hunger's Core

“Hunger’s Core” is an animated short by youth artists Salwa Majoka and Christine Chung, which tackles the simple truth as to why world hunger exi Read More
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