The Lehmann Maupin gallery is hosting 'The Beard Pictures', the latest body of work from living sculptures Gilbert & George.
28 January 2019
Commenting on everything from religion and sex to patriotism and race with their graphic, photo-based artworks, “living sculpture” artists Gilbert & George’s newest body of work, The Beard Pictures, sees the duo don symbolic beards made from beer foam, flowers and barbed wire, which are interspersed with imagery of street signs and graffiti. More
A bracelet and its partner app aim to help women maximise their chances of falling pregnant.
17 December 2018
As many women leave starting a family to later, falling pregnant can be more difficult than expected, which has led to an increase in the number of products on the market aimed at helping women become more aware of their ovulation pattern and maximise their chances of conceiving. More
A shared-space provider sees great potential in Hong Kong.
03 December 2018
Founded in 2016, Hong Kong co-working space provider theDesk has grown from its first premises in Sai Wan by adding two prime locations in Causeway Bay, and is preparing to open a fourth, in Admiralty, in early 2019. More
A consultant finds most big firms in the region are in the dark when it comes to retaining customers.
26 November 2018
A regional study by Collinson Group, a global leader in loyalty and benefits, reveals that most organisations do not understand what drives customer loyalty, and therefore put customer relationships and profitability at risk. More
Helping to introduce the “grazing” food trend to Hong Kong, an ethical catering company offers healthy, imaginative vegetarian nibbles.
19 November 2018
After moving from Singapore to Hong Kong a year ago, life-long vegetarian Bhawna Shetty was inspired to set up The Green Platters after planning her daughter’s birthday party and finding healthy vegetarian catering options thin on the ground. More