We recently discovered a shop that stocks brand name haircare products at wholesale prices in the very heart of Causeway Bay!
Red Bull and 8FIVE2 skate shop are teaming up to put on an event at Mei Foo Skatepark on Saturday, March 16th.
Amidst the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong, there are several easy-to-get-to walks that allow you to unwind and reflect on the beauty of the city.
Because drinks in Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong nightlife area are pricey, students, young people, and the budget-conscious often congregate to pre-party outside of several 7-11 convenience stores situated in the neighborhood.
In a salute to International Women’s Day, the Sundaram Tagore Gallery is opening a group exhibition titled 8 Women / 8 Stories on Friday, March 8th.
Adidas and New York entrepreneur Damon Dash are putting on a series of art and music events in Hong Kong in early March.
Trapped in urban Hong Kong, where you can go for years without smelling fresh cut grass, it’s actually memorable on the rare occasion that you do catch the faint scent of nature. Many of us want more green in our daily lives, but suffer from busy schedules and a lack of space to grow plants.
XXX, the alternative music space that shook up the Hong Kong scene and became the de facto home to all sorts of music outside the mainstream, is continuing its mission at a new address.
Award-winning London-based hat designer Awon Golding is back in Hong Kong and holding several workshops that allow non-designers a chance to learn how to create their own hats. The all-in-one classes let you build and complete a hat in just one session!
Streetwear luminary, Ruslan Karablin, the man behind the SSUR brand, recently visited Hong Kong to preside over the opening of the SSUR Gutter Store – a pop-up shop inside JUICE, Tsim Sha Tsui.