Jun Kung is on a mission to transform Canto-pop

Just like a shark, Jun Kung is compelled to keep moving forward. From humble beginnings the Macau-born pop star has become one of Hong Kong's most noted musicians. And his next move sees him take...

Jun Kung is on a mission to transform Canto-pop

With broad strokes from one and fine detailing from the other, this duo are a divine match, writes Kylie Knott.

Mainland artist Zhou Yi turns multitasking into an art form

Zhou Yi is a woman of many talents: artist, designer, filmmaker, businesswoman and polyglot, writes Fionnuala McHugh.

Shenzhen serves up regional China on a plate

Shenzhen is bursting at the seams with regional Chinese dining options, writes Charley Lanyon.

Shenzhen serves up regional China on a plate

Walking, running or crawling … there is more than one way to reach the summit of Mount Kinabalu, writes Phillippa Stewart.

French cabaret show Crazy Horse brings its brand of nudity to Hong Kong

Paris cabaret show Crazy Horse has been going strong since the 1950s. Now the girls, the nudity and even a Canadian Mountie are coming to town, writes Fionnuala McHugh.

French cabaret show Crazy Horse brings its brand of nudity to Hong Kong

FM3 are gradually moving away from the Buddha Machine that brought them success, writes Richard Lord.

French cabaret show Crazy Horse brings its brand of nudity to Hong Kong

The Look of Love is as much a study of post-war Britain as it is a portrait of porn baron Paul Raymond, writes James Mottram.