Imagine Where The Wild Things Are meets retro Sci-fi, and you’ll have a good idea of the art of Prodip Leung.
Hong Kong taxi drivers, love them or hate them (actually, mostly just dislike them). They’re not ALL bad, perhaps 50% are adequate. Here are a few of the reasons why they’re not popular.
Celebrating the opening of their new IFC store, Givenchy held an after-party at a fascinating new restaurant / exhibition space called Duddell’s on Thursday night.
Last Friday’s Hardpack concert featuring special guests such as L.M.F. and Mastamic was one of the city’s best.
Passing through the Causeway Bay MTR station on Thursday night I happened to notice an ad for the new Uniqlo flagship store in Lee Theatre Plaza.
Brooklyn-born artist JM Rizzi (aka JMR) exhibited a series of new work at Joyce Boutique in Central on Thursday evening.
Hypebeast, the pioneer sneaker culture and street fashion blog recently collaborated with Puma to create their own signature shoes.
You may have walked past them for years and never truly appreciated the lowly used electronics sign.
Grass is so rare in Hong Kong that when you stumble across a patch in the city it’s sort of like finding an oasis in the middle of the desert.
For decades, Hong Kong movies captivated audiences around the world with a magical combination of action, romance and comedy all rolled into one. Another important trait they often shared were amazing soundtracks!