Flushed with success

One thing visitors to Japan often rave about are the state-of-the-art toilets that do almost everything but wipe your bottom … More

Step up the pace

Long acclaimed for its elegant sedans and legendary sportscars, British automaker Jaguar has enjoyed a recent resurgence thanks largely to … More

Pray and meditate in Myanmar

As stupas that typically house Buddhist relics, Myanmar’s pagodas have enchanted all those who tread upon them since time immemorial. … More

All the feels

Embracing the idea of “feel good, feel loved and feel powerful,” Cocktail Select Shop builds a wardrobe for every occasion … More

Bundles of joy

As the Dragon Boat Festival approaches, we’ve put together a mix of traditional and adventurous rice dumplings to tantalize your … More

Beauty with brains

Crystal Fung was born to wear a crown. As a child, she would walk around at home with a blanket … More

Precious memories

In times of uncertainty – like now – we often find ourselves nostalgic for the good old days, when things … More

Simple balance

Starbucks’ new 21-day Live Well Journey is based on the theory that it takes only 21 days to form a … More

Jazzing up the fest

The first time Patrick Lui heard jazz, he didn’t know what it was. All he knew was that he liked … More

Peak season

For the last two decades, the Peak has been more than just a tourist destination for Peak Tramways general manager … More

Big in Japan

Japanese fusion restaurants in Hong Kong are constantly coming up with new offerings to keep Hongkongers going back for more. … More

One of a kind

Customers tell Tayma Page Allies they can spot her jewelry at a glance. That’s because the British designer is first … More

Above the fold

Origami-like folds often set clothes by Japanese designers apart. Like his mentor Yohji Yamamoto, Atsuro Tayama has also embraced dark … More

Yearning for a place

From afar, it’s hard to tell that Tang Ying-chi’s new series of color-block paintings, created during the pandemic, are actually … More

Calligraphic choreography

It is such a rare chance to see a solo-exhibition of French abstract artist Georges Matthieu (1921-2012) in Hong Kong. … More

A familiar apocalypse

Chino Moya’s audacious debut film, Undergods (2020), merges recognizable dystopian tropes – ‘Eastern Bloc’ Kafkaian aesthetics – with thinly guised … More

Croatia ready to open up

Sun loungers are out, beach bars are open and rave music is pumping. Hotels and restaurants are greeting visitors hoping … More

Making waves

Oceans of talent were on display in The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition’s winning entries. The students created … More

Adventures in Asia

Avid art lovers in Hong Kong would be familiar with Rossi & Rossi by now. Hot on the heels of … More

Honoring the best

Chu Teh-chun: Symphony celebrates the late French-Chinese painter’s 100th birthday. On display are 17 works that integrate Chinese and Western … More

Food delights in Nigeria

Nothing brings people together like good food. Composed of more than 250 ethnic groups, Nigeria is a multinational state with … More

Cruising the Mediterranean

There’s something magical about the Mediterranean coast, with its brightly colored architecture looking out on a blue sea and sky. … More

Live to eat

Eatology culinary director Vincent Leroux knows that the choice between healthy or delicious is a false dichotomy when it comes … More

Ultra-rich vacations

When it comes to dreaming up vacation plans, many people are looking for the first opportunity to get out and … More

Knowledge is power

Over the past few weeks, we’ve hammered on about the importance of mastering English when immigrating to a new country. … More

【Oscars】 The Winners

Final winners at the 93rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Sunday: Best picture: “ Nomadland ” Best actress: Frances McDormand, … More