As HK’s art market grows in volume, there are more opportunities for art advisors. Industry insiders tell Chitralekha Basu how the vocation has evolved over the years.
Ambitious plans to turn Hong Kong harborfront into an elegant seaside attraction are moving forward, though skeptics see many roadblocks and wonder if the vision will ever be realized. Sylvia Chang reports.
Independent film makers in HK struggle to survive. With only about 50 movie houses, local producers find it hard to get screen time for their productions.
The battle to grab eyeballs in Hong Kong is growing bigger and bigger.
Father's Day is around the corner. So what will it be? Some quality time at home or doing things differently? China Daily has some suggestions.
Elaine Xia’s debut short film, "Metamorphosis" – a dark tale involving crimes of passion and cannibalism, set in HK – is having a good run of the international film festival circuit.
Socks resisting body odor? Shirts that self-clean and keep out the flu? A team of scientists at HK’s PolyU tell Wang Yuke about the coming clothing revolution.
Not all kids attend school. Some are learning at home, under parents who believe as Mark Twain,'I never let schooling interfere with the education.' Ming Yeung reports.
Telemarketers might consider treating their target audience with greater sensitivity if they wish to be taken seriously. Evelyn Yu reports.
It was a magnificent display of might, splendor and color as the three-day Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival – held in conjunction with the traditional Dragon Boat or Tuen Ng Festival – wrapped up on Sunday.