Hit list: 5 things to do this week in Hong Kong (March 25-31)
A drum and bass veteran, Hong Kong’s own film festival and a street art makeover of one of the city’s most authentic neighbourhoods - here’s what to do over the Easter break
HEAD to Sham Shui Po to see how international and local street artists are transforming one of Hong Kong’s oldest neighbourhoods, at HKwalls 2016.
GET moving to some drum and bass when one of the most influential names in the genre, British DJ/producer A Sides, performs on Friday night, just one of the many music highlights of Art Basel week in Hong Kong.
CHECK out some of the award-winners, biopics and documentaries hitting the big screen as part of 2016 Hong Kong International Film Festival.
TASTE one of the intriguing desserts at Cobo House by 2am:dessertbar restaurant, Shek Tong Tsui.
SEE the intensely personal, confessional works of British artist Tracey Emin at her first Hong Kong exhibition, “I Cried Because I Love You”, at the Lehmann Maupin and White Cube Central art galleries.