The attention of the racing world turns to the Middle East this weekend and to Dubai’s Meydan racecourse, that opulent jewel of Sheikh Mohammed’s crown in the middle of nowhere.
The city often rates highly in the unhappiness index. Kenny Hodgart suggests a drink or two could be good for us.
"Chinese Driver" stickers on sale in Vancouver might be subverting a racist myth, rather than perpetuating it.
Roll up, roll up for the “sure win” betting strategy of the century. No, we’re not an agent for an Asian betting exchange – we’re just trying to help our punting brethren.
In the past month, nativist groups like Civic Passion and Hong Kong Indigenous have been staging weekly rallies against parallel traders in Sheung Shui, Yuen Long and Tuen Mun, three of the areas...
Sunday’s Hong Kong Derby produced a plethora of stories, as one would expect from such an intriguing race, but perhaps the most overlooked was the saga surrounding Ryan Moore’s delayed arrival.
The iconic mineral-based brand takes its skincare to a new level.
Chen Mailin has gone from farming ducks to being a tycoon member of the CPPCC. He's now been revealed as the owner of one of the most expensive homes in Canada.
BMW Hong Kong Derby placegetter Romantic Touch took a 10-point leap in the ratings after his run-on effort at big odds in Sunday’s classic and the subsequent progress of Benno Yung Tin-pang’s four...
There’s a new job in town, ladies and gentlemen. Yes, now you too can apply to be…a professional barrier draw selector!
Anyone hoping to get a handle on the mechanisms driving Vancouver’s eye-popping real estate market and the impact of Chinese money soon runs into the same problem: An apparent lack of data.
It seems like the racing world has been tipped upside down, or at least has become smaller.
Forget this weekend’s antiquated interport race – where the Macau runners are setting themselves up to be lapped again – and the eclectic mix of dirt, turf and straight racing that awaits at Sha...
Remember the days before smartphones when you could say stuff and chances were people would either believe you or else just kind of shrug their shoulders?