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Taking Pulse of Cinema, TV Industries
Two questions film-makers or television executives may want to ask a millennial are “When did you last go to the movies?” and “What did you watch on TV over the weekend?”
11 Jan 2019
Top Marks for Greener Schools
At the newest campus of the French International School of Hong Kong in Tseung Kwan O, trees shade outdoor areas and natural light filters into classrooms.
4 Jan 2019
Tapping Into Market for Natural Beauty
Consumers have come to realise that certain chemicals used by companies in their products can irritate the face and body, or may not be suitable for sensitive skin.
28 Dec 2018
Hong Kong World’s Go-to City
Tourist-magnet Hong Kong is keeping its position as the world’s most-visited city, based on forecast figures for full-year 2018, Euromonitor International has announced.
21 Dec 2018
Seafood Gourmets go Green
The ocean is filled with delicacies to tempt palates in seafood-loving Hong Kong.
14 Dec 2018
Putting Kennedy Town on the Map
Discovering authentic neighbourhood gems – be that a quirky coffee shop or a retro boutique – has taken off as travellers seek to experience genuine local experiences.
7 Dec 2018
Hungry Stomachs Beat Landfills
Surprisingly for one who founded the charity Feeding Hong Kong, Gabrielle Kirstein does not tut-tut at society over the amount of food that is discarded.
30 Nov 2018
Is VR the Future of Spa?
Technology is revolutionising the spa experience, with customers invited to don virtual-reality (VR) visors as they undergo facials and massages to put them in the right frame of mind.
23 Nov 2018
Wine Lovers Flock to Fair Webcast
Long known as a foodies’ paradise, Hong Kong is also making a name for itself in the world of wine, with the crowds flocking to the 11th HKTDC Hong Kong International Wine & Spirits Fair underlining the point.
16 Nov 2018
Positive Move for Fitness
The “body positive” fitness classes now offered in places in Hong Kong are about the enjoyment of exercise – not changing one’s body shape.
9 Nov 2018
Home for Global Rovers
Born out of a desire to create affordable, detail-driven living spaces, Mojo Nomad encourages residents to live, work and collaborate in a home-away-from-home environment.
2 Nov 2018
Unique Culture Goes on Display
Running from Sept 2018 to Feb 2019, the Hong Kong Culture Festival aims to preserve the city’s cultural heritage through performing arts, exhibitions and traditional arts and crafts.
26 Oct 2018
Cheers to Craft Beers
The craft beer industry is on the ascent in Hong Kong, as evidenced by the number of new local beer brands showcased at this year’s Beertopia festival in October.
18 Oct 2018
Cheers to England’s Fizz
Whether it is for banquets, special occasions or just sharing among friends, Hong Kong wine buffs enjoy a good glass of fizz.
11 Oct 2018
Wine, Dine and be Merry
Gourmets from near and far will gather this month for the 10th edition of the Hong Kong Wine & Dine Festival, a flagship event on the city’s culinary calendar.
5 Oct 2018
Sustainability Saturates Wine Market
A wine market as complex and nuanced as Asia’s can be difficult for international wine brands to navigate, but events such as the Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition (HKIWSC) are helping vineyards worldwide to understand the taste preferences and importance of food pairing for Asian wine drinkers.
28 Sept 2018
Fitness Studios Gear up to Meet Diverse Demand
The way Hongkongers choose to exercise is changing; many reject traditional gym memberships and prefer studios that offer classes which reflect the latest fitness trends, catering to different membership types based on lifestyle.
21 Sept 2018
Digital Malls Flex Scale Muscles
As the likes of Amazon, eBay and Airbnb have amply demonstrated, commercial empires can be built on multisided marketplaces – a business model which connects customers to sellers directly.
14 Sept 2018
Home-Grown Success
When Hong Kong restaurateur Todd Darling wanted to eat – and serve – more locally grown produce, he found few options in a city that imports about 90% of the food consumed.
6 Sept 2018
Fashion Hub Gears up for Premier Event
Late summer in Hong Kong brings to mind schooldays, mooncakes, lanterns, the return of thundering hooves to the turf and, of course, fashion.
31 Aug 2018
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