Synopsis: Produced one year after the June 4, 1989 incident, Diversion focuses on the immigration flush in Hong Kong. The Victoria Harbour swimming contest scenes of the 1960s by the Hong Kong Government are returned as absurd metaphors and black humor. No special editing equipment is used. The overlaying of images is not done electronically, but produced by recapturing the reflected image from the television screen. By combining footage from various sources- government newsreels of the swimming contests, educational videos on swimming performance video of the sequence of a burning newspaper goat-head floating down a stairwell- the video is a personal reflection of a collective memory.