Hong Kong entrepreneurs looking to tap the burgeoning corporate-wellness industry tailor a fitness app to the local market.
30 October 2020
Fitness fanatics Leon Lee and Alex Chung met in the United Kingdom where they were studying – Mr Lee doing biotechnology at Imperial College London while Mr Chung was studying marketing at the University of Westminster, London. More
The trend towards artisanal products is making itself felt in Hong Kong confectionery, as this maker goes all the way from raw bean to finished product.
23 October 2020
Controlling each step in chocolate-making – from sourcing the cacao beans to distributing the final product – bean-to-bar chocolate is the latest sweet-toothed trend to hit Hong Kong, brought by start-ups such as Conspiracy Chocolate.
Most employees across Asia Pacific are eager to return to the office after months of working from home, according to survey findings that offer insight into the ideal office model of the future.
16 October 2020
Even in Hong Kong, where for most the daily commute is far less onerous than in many other major cities, office life is particularly important, research by leading real-estate services firm JLL reveals. More
Virtual interactive information screen supplier onActivity Limited has featured its touchable wall at the “Urbanovation” pavilion at the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s (HKTDC) annual DesignInspire creative showcase, giving visitors an interactive information-gathering experience. More
Virtual runway shows highlight Hong Kong fashion designers’ latest collections.
25 September 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has kept fashionistas from Milan to Monaco (the long way round) at their homes, offices and studios digitally flipping through collections and keeping physical interaction to a minimum. More
Improvements in computer power and storage, exemplified by the cloud, turn the entertainment watcher into a participant.
11 September 2020
For most of history, entertainment comprised conversations as much as performances. Whether storytellers, bards or street acrobats, performers were up close and personal with their audiences and could react instantly to switches in mood. More