Playwright Yaël Farber introduces colonial politics into Strindberg's Miss Julie

South African playwright-director introduces race and colonial politics into August Strindberg's Miss Julie, reports Edmund Lee.

An audience with His Satanic Majesty, Mick Jagger

Rock legends don’t come much bigger than Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones. He talks to Charlie Carter.

Luck in a bowl: Buddha Jumps Over the Wall

The classic winter soup, Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, is packed with auspicious sounding ingredients, writes Bernice Chan.

Luck in a bowl: Buddha Jumps Over the Wall

Reformed bad boy Colin Farrell tells Alison Singh Gee why he's quit hellraising and gun-wielding roles, ahead of his star turn in supernatural drama Winter's Tale.

Larry Carlton returns to Hong Kong with his legendary jazz solos

In his sixth decade as a gun for hire, guitairst Larry Carlton has lost none of his firepower, writes Robin Lynam.

Larry Carlton returns to Hong Kong with his legendary jazz solos

Slipping into something more comfortable does not mean sweat pants and a T-shirt. Get someone's attention this Valentine's Day in sexy robes and sheer two-pieces, writes Jing Zhang.

Larry Carlton returns to Hong Kong with his legendary jazz solos

Female rockers Warpaint are here to celebrate their 10th birthday, writes Oliver Clasper.