HK is running out of qualified mechanics to service electric cars, leaving owners to pay premium prices at ‘authorized dealerships’.
New York-based photographer John Chee’s evocative snapshots of his childhood home, Kowloon City, are a tribute to his dad and the era that he belonged in.
Hong Kong product and graphic designer Ricky Ma grew up watching cartoons featuring the adventures of robots.
Landscape designers, music composers, photographers and architects come together to explore what connects people with the cities they inhabit at K11.
With its history dating back more than 60 years, Guinness World Records has become the biggest selling copyright book in the world.
A US-based businessman has picked Hong Kong as a regional center to breed wearables and IoT startups and to mentor young entrepreneurs on how to make their businesses grow and stay smart.
Sagi Karni, Israel’s Consul General for Hong Kong and Macao, accepts an exclusive interview with China Daily.
Ming Yeung meets a scholar, a techno geek and a corporate boss from Israel who love their stay in the cosmopolitan and inclusive city of Hong Kong.
Quirky and playful seemed to inform the spirit of Art Basel Hong Kong this year. Edmond Tang had great fun shooting his favorites at the fair.
Almost everyone is catching the buzz as HK strives to make its mark in new technology, but most investors are only looking for a quick buck.