Although the main complex is still under development, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is worth a visit simply on its own. The modern public space surpasses expectations and appears as if the architect’s rendering suddenly sprung to life.
Destructive Steps Hong Kong, a major breakdancing battle is set to take place on Saturday, February 15th. The competition is a qualifying event leading up to the championship in Sydney, Australia.
Night of the Living Discoheads, the throwback event that’s inspired by Kowloon’s disco scene of the 80′s is back again for the second time this Friday, January 24th.
There’s something to be said about standing out at a party where everyone’s goal is to be noticed. However, at Saturday’s Joyrich Hong Kong store opening, I stood out for all the wrong reasons.
Hong Kong indie nightspot XXX Gallery is starting off the new year with a packed schedule. Friday night is Wall of Sound, their party ode to Pop music of the 50′s and 60′s, and Saturday features Kode9, a Dubstep pioneer.
Long before he designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, or the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, architect Frank Gehry built a series of lamps in the mid 80′s that contained hints of where he was going creatively.
Enter the Aland Hong Kong flagship store in Causeway Bay and the friendly, well-dressed staff are not so easy to distinguish from the equally stylish young shoppers.
New Year’s Eve in Hong Kong doesn’t need to be a boring, amateur night out anymore. This year there are three parties that cater to people with sophisticated taste in dance music.
Last week a friend invited me to join a few graffiti artists in painting at the old Kai Tak airport in Kowloon Bay. Climbing through a hole in a fence and walking past a few obstacles, we arrived at an abandoned building.
Popular online fashion retailer BKRM.COM, also known as Backroom, held a launch party for their pop-up shop on Friday night that brought an overflow crowd of the city’s trendsetters to Causeway Bay.
With sound systems in three separate areas, a large outdoor rooftop, and eleven DJs spread throughout the night, the Alive Not Dead New Year’s Eve bash is hard to top.
Prince Fatty, a British producer who gained a following for his Reggae remakes of Hip Hop songs, will be playing in Hong Kong along with drummer / vocalist Horseman on Saturday, December 21st.
Dragon-i, the iconic Hong Kong nightclub marked its 11th anniversary on Wednesday with a performance by Wonder Mike and Master Gee of the Sugarhill Gang, along with a set by top House music DJ Solomun.