Escape the usual tourist traps and make the most of your Thai weekender with a little local knowledge and a lot of enthusiasm, writes Kawai Wong.

Want to escape the music mainstream? Hong Kong's industrial buildings hide venues hosting drum 'n' bass nights, experimental rock and emerging local acts. Pavan Shamdasani presents the top five....

Music festival season is upon us and Asia is on the map for this year's biggest live acts. While Hongkongers have to wait until November for Clockenflap, there are plenty of names from The xx to...

The box office dream team of Johnnie To, Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng have reunited for Blind Detective, To's crazy spin on crime dramas, writes James Mottram.

The availability of authentic ingredients means more Malaysian-style restaurants are opening in the city - some with a culinary twist, writes Janice Leung Hayes.

From rock 'n' roll and hip hop to grunge and electro, music has always inspired fashion's biggest trends ... as all stylish festival-goers know, writes Jing Zhang.

The city is playing host to some of the hottest names from around the region this summer, writes Rachel Mok.

Pianist Conrad Tao uses 21st century tools to question classical music’s place in the modern world, writes Richard James Havis.

US cattle rancher Steve Hansen will host several events from July 4 to 10 at the Langham Hong Kong's The Bostonian restaurant in Tsim Sha Tsui.

 

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