With a passion for writing and illustration, Faye is the founder of Cha Siu Papers, a greeting card illustration brand, CSP Times, an online luxury magazine and Paradigm Haus, a biannual print magazine and digital blog.

Print Magazine: Paradigm Haus (est. 2021)

Paradigm Haus is a print magazine, editorial content agency and creative driven platform.

Our editorial and visual content agency is a contemporary channel supporting individual expression across cultures. Covering artists, creatives and entrepreneurs from the likes of lifestyle, fashion, art, travel and tech. We publish digitally and as a limited press publication bi-annually for everyone. Founded in Hong Kong in 2021, Paradigm Haus is led by Faye Bradley and Sarah Wei — and operates globally with a team of artists and contributors.

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Online Magazine: CSP Times (est. 2020)

CSP Times is a luxury lifestyle guide to Hong Kong and beyond, from where to wine and dine, to the best spas and salons in the city. The content provides recommendations, authentic reviews, round-up go-to’s and wide coverage on small and big businesses. 

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Illustration Brand: Cha Siu Papers (2018-2020)

Cha Siu Papers was founded 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 quirky greeting cards. In an ever-growing digital world, Faye had an aspiration to continue creating “old-school” paper greeting cards using an eco-friendly approach (all work printed on 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. This project ended in late 2020 as Faye chose to pursue full-time writing opportunities but many of the cards are still available at stockists across Hong Kong including Oelili, Edgar HK, Vomfass and Hong Kong Trade Development Centre.