Selected works by two masters of the French Impressionist school, Claude Monet and Edgar Degas, arrive in Hong Kong and Macao as part of Le French May. Chitralekha Basu reports.
Years after the deaths of beauty clinic clients and serious injury to others, HK continues to stew over the need for regulations to protect the public and how they might affect business.
Hong Kong’s community care approach to mental illness provides little solace to many patients who are afraid to be a part of the community, leaving them alone and neglected.
In its 35th year, Hong Kong Dance Company has built a rich, critically acclaimed repertoire, even as they keep learning from their journey so far.
What’s keeping HK’s big-time collectors of art from sharing their possessions with the public? What’s the way ahead for the city’s fledgling privately run art museum?
The HK government is working hard to foster the upward mobility of children in poverty but it’s a hard road, since much of the problem stems from the city’s other big issue, poor housing.
Race horses could be quite a handful. Chan Siu-wing, however, is a pro at handling the stars of the racing circuit with kid gloves. Wang Yuke got to see him in action.
Lantau Island remains the least developed of Hong Kong’s limited landmass, historically for lack of fresh water and distance from the city center.
Lau Ming-wai, chairman of the Commission on Youth, rejects the quest for ‘Hong Kong independence’, which he describes as impossible and inappropriate.
Kurt Kaindl’s evocative photographs of ethnic minority groups living in Europe, some of them for centuries together, are on show at HK’s Goethe Institut.