This weekend could be the best time for some well-earned screen time, suggests China Daily.
It’s party time for Faust International Youth Theatre, where thousands of HK’s young people have discovered they too could act. Dara Wang visits the school in the lead-up to its 17th anniversary.
Workplace bullying may be more commonplace in HK than is usually imagined. Evelyn Yu finds out possible ways of dealing with such crisis situations.
At 28, Yip Pui-yin is headed for her third Olympics, relying on determination and strength of will, to overcome the creeping energy deficit that overtakes athletes late in their careers. Honey Tsang finds out the ups and downs of the devoted player.
Tradition and high-tech roll hand in hand in Hong Kong. Even as Hong Kong Tramways launched its first air-conditioned tram last week, we take a moment to tip our hats to the oldest one on its fleet.
This week, China Daily recommends you go off the beaten track, local style.
At a large-scale exhibition of hand-made antique Chinese kites which opened in Macao last week, Dara Wang met a couple of craftsmen, determined to carry on the tradition against all odds.
As Italy celebrates its National Day, we bring you the stories of three Italians who have introduced both food and food for thought harvested from the Italian soil to HK.
Consul-general of Italy in HK and Macao, Antonello De Riu in a free-wheeling conversation with Chitralekha Basu.
As Hong Kong struggles with land shortage, the need for precision planning grows. A team of local researchers believes it has come up with a solution to all the conflicts.