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Asia’s Art Hub
It’s been a great year for art in Hong Kong, with the debut of Art Central in March as part of Hong Kong Art Week, alongside Art Basel Hong Kong.
6 Oct 2015
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Hop to It Webcast
Talk to the players in Hong Kong’s craft beer scene and you’ll start to hear a familiar story: they were working in nine-to-five jobs in such industries as IT or teaching, but their passion for craft beer led them to embark on a colourful career change.
2 Oct 2015
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Harvest Moon Festival
What do mooncakes, fire dragon dancing and paper lanterns have to do with 21st century business in Hong Kong?
25 Sept 2015
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Going Green
In 2008, Moosa Al-issa opened Just Green, his healthy take on a 7-Eleven type convenience store.
18 Sept 2015
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Kings of the Road
On the backstreets and byways, cruising in the countryside most weekends are some of Hong Kong’s head-turning fleet of classic cars and their owners.
9 Sept 2015
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Time to Dazzle
A longtime magnet for the international jewellery trade, Hong Kong is also launching brands firmly aimed at the global market. Among them is jewellery retailer Plukka.
7 Sept 2015
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New Incentives to Move More
Hong Kong is a city always on the move; not only by the pace of international business.
28 Aug 2015
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Urban Green Thumb Webcast
The practice of growing crops using mineral nutrient solution in water without soil, otherwise known as hydroponic farming, gained momentum in 2013, when iVeggie, a research centre largely funded by the Vegetable Marketing Organisation (VMO), was launched.
21 Aug 2015
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Homes with Heart Webcast
People spend years getting their homes “just so,” but when they move overseas, the luxury of time is often lost.
14 Aug 2015
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Market Talk
On a sunny Saturday in September 2012, a new outdoor market was introduced to Hong Kong’s sophisticated retail scene.
7 Aug 2015
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Exporting Hong Kong Fare Webcast
Hong Kong’s restaurant scene has been shaped of late by the arrival of top-shelf brands, notably British celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay, who both opened restaurants – to much international fanfare – in the city last year.
31 July 2015
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Space and Time
Last March, Hong Kong hosted the inaugural satellite fair, Art Central, which ran alongside Art Basel Hong Kong.
24 July 2015
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Fighting Fit Webcast
It’s an aggressive sport rooted in the martial arts that has become a way of life, and, increasingly, a blossoming business opportunity thanks to its legion of Hong Kong fans.
17 July 2015
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Word Play Webcast
Hong Kong could prove the starting point for a new book by British historian and novelist Simon Sebag Montefiore.
10 July 2015
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Morph Code
About 1,000 youngsters gathered at Hong Kong’s Central harbourfront in April, to break the Guinness World Record for most people coding at one time in one place.
3 July 2015
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Craft Creations
Across Hong Kong, women, and a handful of men, are honing skills from their grandparents’ day – knitting, weaving, crocheting, embroidering and more – in a resurgence of home crafts that is sweeping the city.
24 June 2015
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Walking the Walk
About a year ago, Raymond Huang heard a prominent Hong Kong businessman speak about why Hong Kong should diversify tourism options beyond shopping.
19 June 2015
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Fingers on the Pulse
8Now. Storyappy. AfterShip. WeLab. Divide. Not some mysterious code, but the names of some of Hong Kong’s brightest start-ups.
12 June 2015
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Clothes with a Conscience
The white cotton is soft to touch and its high quality is ideal for polo shirts.
4 June 2015
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Hong Kong on Ice
From modest beginnings on a small skating rink at the former Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park, to the opening of an international-standard venue in 2007 and the launch of an annual international Hockey 5s tournament, ice hockey in Hong Kong has come a long way.
29 May 2015
 
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