Sarah Choo Jing’s portraits of passengers on the Hong Kong MTR are a homage to some of the finest in painting, theater and cinema.
HK people on the go are discovering the joys of cooking specialty cuisine at home, minus the hassles of chopping, de-boning and grocery shopping. But is the ready-to-cook meal an unmixed blessing?
HK’s top windsurfers are setting sail for troubled waters, undaunted that they are facing monster of the deep that would prove daunting to Odysseus himself. Honey Tsang reports.
A support group in HK is doing its bit to help students with special education needs overcome learning difficulties and even prepare them for a career.
As passenger traffic skyrockets, fleet expansions race ahead of trained pilots, forcing quick training, increasing airline safety risk, reports Honey Tsang.
Commuters love it, especially since it stops every 250m, often in front of their destinations.
Cocktails made to match food should complement and not overshadow the dishes. Too flavorful or overly alcoholic and they can ruin a whole meal.
Early 20th-century Chinese cartoons could even influence political decisions at the highest level. A selection of these are now showing at HK’s Dr Sun Yat-sen Museum.
Hong Kong enterprises are urged to explore new investment opportunities.
With the long weekend July 1, Hongkongers probably don't need to look too far for some fun.