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Dragon-Sized Happiness

The new DRAGON YEAR is celebrated with a stunning and vibrant watercolour by local artist Blanche Tse and brought playfully to life with animation by the young and talented Mandiee, who is currently in her last year of animation studies at CityU. This exclusive commissioned […]

Hong Kong Artist

Beacon in the Storm

Pang Jiun’s Unquenchable Artistic Flame A Legacy Ignited: Echoes of the Storm Society Pang Jiun doesn’t just paint; he breathes life onto canvas. “It’s an inexhaustible passion,” he declares, and this passion is on full display in the Asia Society Hong Kong Center’s Beacon in […]

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Travel & Art

Fall Days in Vancouver

Where Colours Unfold and Memories Take Hold I had the incredible opportunity to spend four vibrant fall days in Vancouver with my family. Unlike previous visits focused on seeing family and friends, this time we wanted to immerse ourselves on the city itself. With a […]

In the Whispers of Stone

A Pilgrim’s Journey Through the World of Inkstones A Symphony of Time Beneath Ancient Roofs Stepping into the hallowed halls of the National Palace Museum in Taipei, one senses a subtle melody hum beneath the centuries-old roof. Time itself hums here, woven into the fabric […]

Hong Kong Artist

Dragon-Sized Happiness

The new DRAGON YEAR is celebrated with a stunning and vibrant watercolour by local artist Blanche Tse and brought playfully to life with animation by the young and talented Mandiee, who is currently in her last year of animation studies at CityU. This exclusive commissioned […]

Hong Kong Artist

HK Presents

Kings’ Inscriptions, Old and New

Contemporary interpretations of traditional rubbings How shall a king be commemorated, or his deeds celebrated, and made known throughout the ages? Since the earliest days of China, emperors have inscribed their messages on monumental steles in public spaces. Years later, following the invention of paper, […]

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Food

Rosés from Provence

Cammy’s Wine Blog Where is the best place to enjoy a glass of rosé? In France – bien sur [of course]! One summer, I spent a month in Saint-Malo, in Brittany, on France’s northwest coast, and enjoyed la vie française [the French lifestyle]. Not only […]

Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Cammy’s Wine Blog Sauvignon Blanc is amongst my favourite white wine grapes This versatile grape originated in France, was then transplanted, and cultivated further afield, as winegrowers emigrated elsewhere. It is now grown around the world. Sauvignon Blanc is made into wine with varying characters […]

Cammy’s Food & Wine Journey

So, how did a kid with this history end up in Hong Kong as a food and wine writer? My earliest memory of wine is that of having a sip of Andrès Baby Duck from my aunt’s glass. This was in the 1970s, and at […]

The New Scene of Dining Green

A new type of restaurant-goer values taste, quality, and sustainability Irresistible dining experiences are on offer in eco-friendly eateries Over the past several years, a new type of restaurant-goer has begun to transform Hong Kong’s dining landscape: foodies who value not only taste, quality, and […]

The Teahouses of Hong Kong

Keeping the dim sum and tea tradition alive Luk Yu Teahouse Pouring tea into the pot with deftness, the waiting staff weaves through tables of customers heaving with teas, dim sum and conversations. It is lunch hour at the Luk Yu Teahouse and it is […]

New World Wines with a foot in the Old World

The “old” world is generally known as the birthplace of wine production. Countries in Europe that are globally renowned for their wines include France and Italy. Countries with the most extended history of wine-making are in Eastern Europe, Croatia and Georgia, where pottery fragments show […]