West Kowloon Cultural District is pitching its 40-hectare park as an alternative venue for performance art. But is Hong Kong ready to walk the extra mile to get its fix of culture? Chitralekha Basu reports.
In April, the Chinese Manu-facturers’ Association of Hong Kong (CMA) organized a trip to three countries in Central Asia.
Ip Lau Suk-yee thinks that the initiative also embraces aspects of human activities to connect people’s hearts and minds.
One in seven people on the Chinese mainland are reportedly hooked to live streaming videos, which sometimes feature hostesses from HK. Evelyn Yu meets those in the business of creating alternative realities that audience pay to watch.
A HK product innovator has developed an automated wheelchair that’s equally smooth on the staircase and the sea beach.
In the wake of last week’s fatal blaze, the authorities are reviewing whether tough new measures need to be introduced to check the spread of mini-storages in aging buildings, or amend legislation to improve fire safety standards.
Summer in city. Sweat it out or steer things your way this weekend. China Daily has some suggestions.
Fares on the Hong Kong underground are about to be raised for the seventh year in a row.
According to the operating agreement between the Hong Kong government and MTR Corp (MTRC) in August 2007, the Fare Adjustment Mechanism (FAM) shall be reviewed every five years.
Even after 50 years of painting the city, Chan Kau-on shows no signs of wanting to move on. Chitralekha Basu and Dara Wang met the landscape artist on the sidelines of his exhibition celebrating Hong Kong.