The launch a new pavilion and additional facilities inside the Art Park at the West Kowloon Cultural District will encourage the public to engage with culture – and each other.
25 March 2019
This year looks set to be a momentous one for the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD), with the Xiqu Performing Arts Centre making its debut this January and a new pavilion unveiled this month by local architects New Office Works after the practice won the inaugural West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) Young Architects & Designers Competition. More
Two new Hong Kong restaurants offer a modern twist on the Chinese eatery, beefing up the city’s reputation as a gourmets’ paradise.
11 March 2019
With stylish décor, beautifully presented plates and contemporary twists on old classics, two newcomers to Hong Kong’s vibrant food scene present a modern interpretation on the Chinese restaurant. More
The pioneering chocolatier and pastry chef, Jean Paul Hevin, is debuting flavours new to connoisseurs in this gourmets’ paradise.
25 February 2019
Renowned for his grand cru chocolates and ganache-filled, duo colour macarons, Jean Paul Hevin’s delicacies have been well received in Asia, particularly Hong Kong and Japan, where he has amassed a devoted following. More
Michelin-starred British chef Simon Rogan chose Hong Kong as the first international outpost for his restaurants Aulis and Roganic.
18 February 2019
Simon Rogan’s dedication to locally sourced produce led him to set up a farm in the United Kingdom’s Lake District to supply his restaurant, L’Enclume, where the chef’s farm-to-table philosophy – paired with exquisite plating techniques – earned him two Michelin stars. More
A franchise concentrating on quick, clean haircuts finds many takers in ASEAN countries.
04 February 2019
Focusing intensely on efficient, clean and above all fast service, the Kaizen 10 Minute Haircut franchise chain has grown rapidly from its base in Indonesia to three other countries in Southeast Asia.More
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