She won fame as Eason Chan's guitarist, but now Ellen Loo is carving out a successful career of her own, writes Vanessa Yung.

Vietnam's southern metropolis can be raucous and chaotic, but it has charm and grace in spades if you scratch beneath the surface, writes Kit Gillet.

Nick Cheung's conversion from comedy actor to dramatic lead is complete. But it is his physical transformation that has film buffs transfixed, writes Edmund Lee.

A new breed of independent tea room is redefining how we enjoy our daily brew, writes Vanessa Yung.

The moral ambiguity and complex characters of Mud make for a powerful Deep South drama, writes James Mottram.

Style guru Jane Shepherdson's revamped Whistles proved a hit with Chinese customers in London, and now it's our turn, writes Francesca Fearon.

Jimmy's Kitchen has lost none of its old-world charm, writes Janice Leung Hayes.

Resurrecting notable works from the 1990s, this exhibition gathers provocative threads from the city's recent past, writes Edmund Lee.

It's anything goes as genre-bending Canadian band make their first foray in Asia, writes Richard Lord.


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