Penis size, eating roast goose, foot binding: the stories you read most in 2015 (part 2)
Stories about food, health and history, and a dose of celebrity, were among readers’ 10 favourites this year. Next week we’ll reveal the five culture and lifestyle stories that most interested you
The designer hinted his athletic-wear collection for Adidas would fill fashion’s creativity void, but it didn’t. Instead, female models wore beige body stockings that made them like near-naked Barbie dolls.
Early Western accounts of the charming manner in which Chinese women with bound feet tottered and swayed as they walked ignored the belief underlying the practice. In reality, the underlying appeal was explicitly sexual.
This year scientists finally solved one of the world’s enigmas and determined the average size of the male member by surveying a raft of existing studies. Our readers just couldn’t resist finding out where they (or their men) rank on the chart.
Hongkongers love goose for its crispy skin and tender, juicy flesh. And everyone has a favourite venue. Our food writers scoured the city in search of the best.
A spot on a Hunan TV talent show 15 months ago propelled the 25-year-old to stardom. Now she has mastered Putonghua and is learning Cantonese as she wants to break into the Hong Kong market.