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Landlord has not renewed the celebrated Italian restaurant’s lease, amid plans for the Central venue to be turned into a food court A campaign to save famed Hong Kong live music venue Grappa’s Cellar is gaining momentum with thousands of people signing a petition launched after the landlord decided to not renew the popular Italian…
Hong Kong-bound British-Norwegian musician, one of the hottest stars of classical music, explains how he manages a hectic concert schedule as well as forays into the worlds of fashion and pop
The American director talks to Kate Whitehead about the Sundance Institute, how he ended up making films, and why his son’s dyslexia was the trigger for ‘probably the most important film I’ve ever made’
Country properties in the UK are attracting Asian buyers for various reasons, from contract farming and investment to education and sheer prestige. There are big hidden costs, but the gains can be very rewarding.
In town for the Hong Kong Literary Festival, the British psychoanalyst, writer and activist talks about riding the wave of feminism in the 1960s and why she is furious that little has changed since she published her first book in 1978
The restored Kenwood House in London is the perfect window on Georgian design and home to a collection of Old Masters