'Iron Man' hitmaker Eric Kwok is looking forward to his Coliseum shows

Looking at his thick eyebrows and toned skin, it's easy to understand why Canto-pop hitmaker Eric Kwok Wai-leung has been dubbed Hong Kong's own Iron Man.

Karen Mok Man-wai's mind-bending new film hitting Hong Kong cinemas

With a gripping psychological thriller hitting cinemas this month and a concert tour in motion, fans of Karen Mok Man-wai are spoiled for choice at the moment.

Smartphone vs film: Two Hong Kong photographers go head-to-head

Smartphone cameras are ubiquitous, but will they ever replace traditional photography? We invite two very different snappers to share their thoughts and images.

Smartphone vs film: Two Hong Kong photographers go head-to-head

How bourbon got its groove back to become tipple of choice for discerning drinkers.

Style Confessions: Baptiste Guédez

The French expat took a break from his pursuits in the music industry in 2008 to start a career in apparel at Kapok. With an eye for classic items, one of his recent ventures includes co-founding...

Style Confessions: Baptiste Guédez

Usually, restaurants mess up when they try to cover too many countries but for consistency, the old-school Mandarin Oriental's Café Causette gets it right every time.

Style Confessions: Baptiste Guédez

Malaysian-born stand-up comedian Ronny Chieng faces a dilemma: does he offer the race-based humour audiences expect from a Chinese comedian, or does he take a more sophisticated approach?

Style Confessions: Baptiste Guédez

The Thai martial artist thanks Buddha for his star turn in Hong Kong action thriller.