Legendary photography studio Harcourt is bringing its own French brand of glamour with its first overseas venture in Hong Kong.
29 July 2016
As the Golden Age of Hollywood dawned in the 1930s, America’s rising movie stars and aspiring celebrities wishing to promote their image would fly to Paris to have their portrait immortalised in the exquisite black-and-white photography of Harcourt Studio. More
A Hong Kong start-up has launched a board game based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West.
18 July 2016
Hong Kong-based Marrow Production is reviving board-game culture by launching its game Journey: Wrath of Demons, where four pilgrims band together to search ancient China for sutras – sacred scriptures that bring salvation to a world overrun with demons. More
A German environmental services company has set up in Hong Kong to showcase its e-waste disposal solutions for the region.
11 July 2016
ALBA Integrated Waste Solutions Hong Kong Ltd is building a waste electrical and electronic equipment treatment and recycling facility (WEEETRF) in the city to recycle regulated electric and electronic-waste, such as computers, televisions, air-conditioners and refrigerators, into valuable raw materials. More
Germany’s WTS Consulting is tapping strong Chinese mainland interest in overseas investment through Hong Kong.
04 July 2016
Tax and legal services consulting firms have set up in large numbers in Hong Kong to capture the more than half a trillion US dollars in investment flows sweeping throughout the region, the largest in the world and representing over a third of the globe’s foreign direct investment. More
An award-winning consumer loyalty app is the latest innovation from Hong Kong mobile marketing firm Cherrypicks.
13 June 2016
In a city with many more smartphones than people, a thriving consumer-based culture, and intense competition for customer loyalty, platform differentiation is a daunting task for digital commerce providers.More
A new vegetarian restaurant is fueling the healthy fast-food movement in Hong Kong.
06 June 2016
Housed in the former site of a Burger King in the city’s Central district, Home: Eat to Live serves up a similarly fast-food concept, but with the focus resting firmly on healthy plant-based meals, such as the Polar Bear burger, a beetroot, mushroom and oat patty; and the Silky Sifaka earth bowl, a vegetarian take on Vietnamese pho. More