Author Lindsay Varty travelled across the city to talk to artisans working in trades that are fast dying out. From Auntie Yan and her vengeance shoe to Chan Lo-choi, still making wooden birdcages, here are some heroes from yesteryearContinue Reading ...
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Daniel Herszberg, 26, is aiming to become the youngest Australian to visit every country, but says there are three or four people in the running Hong Kong-based lawyer Daniel Herszberg is in the running to become the youngest Australian to have visited every country in the world. Aged 26, he says he has been to…
Website founder says that single men tend to receive more digital “winks” the higher their salary, while the number of winks women get starts to tail off after they earn more than US$7,600 a month
This old Chinese neighborhood in Hong Kong’s Western District is changing fast. A new escalator and the promise of an MTR station later this year are ushering in a fresh crop of bars and restaurants worth checking out.
Thousands of protesters returned to the streets to demand free elections in Hong Kong Friday
Hongkonger Anthony Lau, National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year in 2016, has some simple advice: do your research, work with the elements, and don’t smash your zoom lens two days into a trip, as he did in Canada
The winner of this year’s Pritzker Prize, Toyo Ito tells Kate Whitehead that the 2011 Tohoku earthquake taught him a great lesson and explains why architecture must be felt with your entire body