“Can you please back number four for me, just something small each-way? The purple and green silks look cool!”
We recently previewed the NGO’s night of drinking in a good cause – in this instance raising money to fulfil the wishes of children with special needs.
I never used to like pink and now oddly it is one of my favorite colours. I gravitate towards it almost unconsciously.
Beijing's notorious smog was thick in the blogosphere this past week, with tech executives sending out a flurry of cautionary messages as the city held its annual marathon.
Wanda Group is already one of China's leading commercial property owners, and now it's taking aim at the fast-growing travel sector with word that it's purchased a major travel agency in affluent...
This weekend we welcome back an old friend, and farewell an acquaintance that has worn out his welcome for now, as Happy Valley returns to action.
Publicity savvy smartphone maker Xiaomi was making awkward noises in the blogosphere this past week, as it found itself stinging from critical remarks made by a top executive at Apple (Nasdaq:...
It’s a big few weeks coming up for Hong Kong race fans.
Lofty targets contained in a new report show that China intends to push ahead with ambitious plans to build up its renewable energy sector.
It’s usually Vancouver’s crazy house prices that get the headlines, but the other side of the affordability equation – incomes – have been getting some attention too, lately.
If I’ve learned anything about how to perform intercultural comedy, it is that the more absurd my life seems to be, the better a job I am doing as a comedian.
When Rich Tapestry won at Santa Anita in the early hours of Sunday morning, he not only flew the flag for “drug-free racing” around the world but started a Twitter storm dubbed “all-weather gate”...
The microblogging realm has been relatively quiet this past week as Chinese tech executives enjoy the long October 1 holiday.
Tear gas and pepper spray are so last week.
So much has been written already about the sudden approval of the iPhone 6 in China, after several weeks of unexplained delays, that I thought I would focus on the broader implications of this...