Beer pong has transformed from a college dorm game in the US in the 1950s into a veritable sport. Let's hit the bar and play beer pong!
Michelin-Star awardee chef Greg Malouf is showcasing his handiwork in Hong Kong now.
Even as garbage piles up, chokingvast swathes of HK’s beaches, a Mexican art collective is trying to find meaning in all that trash.
The Hong Kong Heritage Museum has amassed more than 2,000 items related to Jin Yong’s oeuvre in their collection.
Generations of Chinese readers have been hooked to Jin Yong’s fictions and their TV and screen adaptations. The doyen of martial arts novels will soon have dedicated space at Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
In the labyrinthine passages of HK’s often baffling ordinances are numerous loopholes that can be applied against the interests of the public at large — even when it comes to the seemingly simple matter of open space.
The second recording of gravitational waves in US observatories might start a revolution in understanding the universe, as Tjonnie Li Guangfeng, the only HK scientist present at the event, tells Wang Yuke.
Several photographers have captured the journey of the Nan Fung Textile Mill, where the textile manufacturing units previously located.
Tram captain Chan Siu Chung has never had a dull day at work.
Hong Kong’s laid-back outlying islands embody the same contrasts that make Asia’s world city such an alluring destination. China Daily picks five of its favorites.