British band The xx performed in Hong Kong for the first time ever on Wednesday night. Star Hall was packed with enthusiastic fans who constantly cheered and applauded – occasionally even drowning out the band!
For decades Hong Kong has struggled to find the best way to honor the legacy of Bruce Lee. Part of the problem is that it’s hard to accurately state his wide influence on Hong Kong, Chinese people, and the world at large.
Just off to the side of Hong Kong’s restaurant supply area is an impressive complex that seems slightly out of place. The sprawling Broadway Cinematheque is home to four theaters, the Kubrick bookstore, a library, a gallery, a DVD shop, and a cafe.
If you’re a long time Hong Kong resident, there’s a good chance you haven’t been to the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park in Sai Ying Pun. Made from reclaimed land, it was part of the harbor just a few years ago!
The man who brought B-more music to the forefront and built a street wear label that’s survived for over fifteen years, Aaron LaCrate, is landing in Macau for a night of music at club Cubic on the 29th.
After hitting a low point, Hong Kong’s cinemas have made a strong comeback, adding dozens of new screens and introducing new amenities that enhance the movie-going experience. Here are Hong Kong’s top 5 movie theaters!
Looks like our little post about the demise of California Tower has made it big-time. The story was included as a citation, or footnote, in the Wikipedia entry for the beloved Wong Kar Wai film, Chungking Express.
If you’re not hiking in Hong Kong then you’re missing out on one of the true pleasures of living here. There are a huge variety of trails for all abilities spread throughout Hong Kong, Kowloon, New Territories, and the outlaying islands.