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Korean Art Finds Home in City
The profile of Korean art in Hong Kong received a boost when Soluna Fine Art, a Korean-based gallery specialising in Asian contemporary fine art and objects, chose the city as its first permanent international outpost.
12 Nov 2018
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Enterprising Women Honoured
Championing women who have risen up the ranks, the title of Veuve Clicquot Businesswoman of the Year Hong Kong went to Bonnie Chan, Chairperson and CEO of marketing and production company Icicle Group, this year.
5 Nov 2018
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High-end Escapes for the Price-conscious
Hong Kong may be an affluent city but residents still look for a great deal when booking a break.
29 Oct 2018
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Recruitment Specialist Grows Strongly in Asia
The Hong Kong office of United Kingdom-headquartered international search and recruitment firm Pure celebrated its 10th anniversary in September.
22 Oct 2018
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Candy for Grown-ups Proves Hit
When Josh Resnik took his girlfriend Rosie O’Neill on their third date to see Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, they bemoaned the fact that kids seemed to have all the fun when it came to candy.
15 Oct 2018
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Power of Storytelling
Lorraine Cushnie is a Hong Kong based partner at New Narrative Ltd, Asia’s leading content-marketing agency.
8 Oct 2018
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Food-as-theatre Gives Crystal Jade Winning Edge
One of Hong Kong’s most popular mid-range food and beverage offerings, Crystal Jade, is seriously shoring up its expansion plans in the city.
2 Oct 2018
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HKDC Promotes Human-centred Design
More than ever, design has moved to the forefront of Hong Kong life, and the Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) has played a pivotal role in making that happen.
24 Sept 2018
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Businesses of All Sizes Flock to Flexible Spaces
The rise of the market for flexible office space in the Asia-Pacific has been meteoric.
17 Sept 2018
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Visionary Snapper Casts New Light on Hong Kong
Kevin Mak has built his reputation capturing typical Hong Kong sights such as old signboards, taxis, trams, neon lights and cluttered alleyways alongside the city’s countless high-rises, under the Instagram tagline “urban stories from a Hong Kong architect”.
10 Sept 2018
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Opening up the First Class Lounge
Like many great businesses, Plaza Premium Lounge was born out of frustration after entrepreneur Song Hoi-see was dissatisfied by the lack of lounge amenities and space to work on the go when he travelled economy class following the launch of his own business.
3 Sept 2018
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Cookie-maker Picks Health-conscious Hong Kong
Morris Cookies creates healthy snacks using organic flour, butter and sugar, and lets clients customise a product’s flavour using fruit, flowers, vegetables and herbs.
27 Aug 2018
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The King of Cocktails Serves Renaissance Flavours
Set up by Joe Villaneuva, former Head Mixologist for W Hong Kong, and Sandeep Kumar, whose resumé includes stints at Michelin-starred restaurants On Dining and Il Milione, The Wise King is one of several highly specialised cocktail bars that have opened in the city of late.
14 Aug 2018
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Co-working Pioneer Thrives as Sector Heats up
In 1994, years before co-working spaces became a trend, The Executive Centre opened in Hong Kong.
10 Aug 2018
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Bay Area Needs Pay Area
People from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland and Macau will make many more trips across boundaries between the three regions as Bay Area economic integration progresses.
2 Aug 2018
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Reaching a Win-win Solution
Dr Anny Wong, Founder & CEO of AlphaSmart World Limited, is an independent arbitrator, mediator and business consultant with a special interest in the Belt & Road Initiative and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Bay Area Development.
26 July 2018
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Long Live the Cake
Vive Cake Boutique’s Founder and Creative Director Vivien Lau discovered her passion and talent for baking by chance after making a cake for a friend’s birthday.
18 July 2018
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Promoting Staff Wellness Helps both Bosses and Employees
Companies at the Asia Pacific are suffering billions of dollars in losses related to employee health issues, according to a new report from Colliers International.
16 July 2018
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Finding the Next Gem
Open to professional jewellery designers, students and graduates of all jewellery design disciplines, the JNA Jewellery Design Competition 2018/19 launched last month with an inauguration ceremony and seminar at the Jewellery & Gem Fair attended by industry insiders, designers and design students.
6 July 2018
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Road to a Bright Future
Hong Kong employment is set for a positive second-half of 2018 as the city continues to benefit from China’s growing economy and strategic initiatives such as the Belt and Road Initiative and the Greater Bay Area, according to a recent KPMG research.
28 June 2018
 
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