A small group of artists are hoping to inspire change in Hong Kong’s attitude towards the environment.Continue Reading ...
Debate over a controversial proposal to curb the number of Mainland tourists was already tense with concerns that any cut would hurt the retail sector and put a dent in the economy. Now new figures show retailers have every reason to be concerned, especially those in the jewelry, watch and luxury goods market.Continue Reading ...
Exploration is challenging. If it’s too easy, then it’s not real exploration. So says Wong How Man, a Hong Konger who in 1974 began leading expeditions into what was then one of the world’s most isolated countries — China. “It was a time when China had very few friends, so we decided to step in…Continue Reading ...
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The power had gone out. I was lying on the floor in the pitch black, listening to waves crashing on the beach outside, wondering whether the late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il had heard similar sounds as he fell asleep here.Continue Reading ...
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The tour bus bounces along one of North Korea’s potholed roads, pop music blasting out over the speakers. It’s a catchy tune and even though none of the tourists can understand the lyrics, a few are tapping their feet to the beat.
Elsewhere in the world, orchestras are often struggling to maintain interest and audiences. As the Hong Kong Philharmonic passes its 40th anniversary, morale has never been higher.
Thoughts of North Korea and its citizens’ wardrobes are likely to conjure up images of drab dresses or military uniforms.
Forget the murals of camels in the desert and finely woven tapestries – the recently opened Yinchuan Museum of Contemporary Art is bringing a starkly modern vision to the art of the Silk Road
Yossi Alpher talks about why he has two passports – American and Israeli – and says that he believes peace with the Palestinians is close to impossible
The group estimates that about 40,000 merchants will participate in this year’s festival, including luxury brands such as Burberry, Paul Smith, Estee Lauder, L’Oreal and Guerlain.