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  1. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Review: Both Sides Now at Osage

    Posted Aug 18th 2014, 06:24pm by EDMUND LEE

    ... Edmund Lee edmund.lee@scmp.com Both Sides Now Osage Hong Kong Until August 20 The disconsolate atmosphere pervading post-colonial Hong Kong is getting a venting platform in the form of an exhibition at Osage Gallery's Kwun Tong space. This group show presents 20 video works made by Hong Kong artists between 1989 and 2013, and was curated by Videotage chairman Isaac Leung. Jamie ...

  2. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Xu Bing's Asia Society retrospective demonstrates conceptual thinking

    Posted Jul 22nd 2014, 10:39am by John Batten

    ... is not included in this exhibition. Xu's latest exploration of language is his Book from the Ground. Its development is explored within an elaborate reconstruction of a working office installation ...

  3. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Review: Dunsinane

    Posted May 06th 2014, 11:59am by Natasha Rogai

    ... Natasha Rogai Dunsinane National Theatre of Scotland and The Royal Shakespeare Company Kwai Tsing Theatre Reviewed: May 2 Billing David Greig's Dunsinane as a sequel to Shakespeare's Macbeth is misleading- while it follows on from the same historical events it bears no relation to the original. Instead, Greig uses the 11th century setting to explore a contemporary ...

  4. Lifestyle - Family & Education - REVIEW

    Review: parenting is joy without the fun, says author

    Posted Feb 25th 2014, 11:32am by AP

    ... deprivation, the stress from near-constant non-compliance from toddlers, the frenetic schedules of school-age children, and the marriage-straining struggles provided by teenagers. The book explores ...

  5. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Arts review: Kraftwerk, Hong Kong Eye

    Posted May 07th 2013, 12:00am by Adam Wright

    ... at London's Saatchi Gallery, Hong Kong Eye is a survey of local contemporary art, showcasing 24 of the city's leading artists. Given more space in this Hong Kong outing, the exhibition spreads ... of their artistic power. Others are not so fortunate. While Kum Chi-keung's explorations of the Chinese birdcage are normally celebrated, here - scattered throughout the exhibition - they lack ...

  6. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Art review: The Creation

    Posted Aug 13th 2013, 12:00am by Sam Olluver

    ... narrative by discreetly emulating whales, "heavy beasts" and a whole menagerie of other allusions. The range of colours explored by the string section proved a valuable asset, as did ...

  7. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Review: René Burri - Utopia

    Posted Jul 16th 2013, 12:00am by John Batten

    ... is an exploration into the architectural theme. In 1960, Burri followed Le Corbusier as the elderly architect met his clients, the Dominican monks of the Convent of La Tourette at Eveux-sur-Arbresle, near ...

  8. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - REVIEW

    Arts Review: 'The Buying Game' sells itself short

    Posted Apr 30th 2013, 12:00am by Natasha Rogai

    ... Game explores that most Hong Kong of occupations - shopping. The subject offers a wealth of possibilities for humour, social commentary and poignancy. It seems tailor-made for choreographer ... more to explore its promising theme, given Pong's forte. Some scenes relate to shopping, while others don't, so the piece falls between two styles - neither abstract nor themed. ...

  9. Lifestyle - Food & Wine - REVIEW

    Vietnamese street food reaches SoHo

    Posted Aug 09th 2013, 12:00am by Ruth Williams

    ... cuisine to Hong Kong in a much-praised (now closed) private kitchen in 2011. When business partners came on board and found a space in SoHo, the search for a new concept was on. A trip to Vietnam ...

  10. Comment - Blogs - REVIEW

    Restaurant review: 22 Ships

    Posted Mar 05th 2013, 02:17pm by Jason Y Ng

    ... and relaxation. At one point I was even kneed in the back by a 6-foot-3 Australian guy as he tried to dismount the barstool. But where the restaurant lacks in space, it makes up for in service. Despite ...




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