Power of the pen: contemporary Chinese ink paintings

Contemporary ink paintings are stimulating debate about how to modernise the art form, writes Vanessa Yung.

Power of the pen: contemporary Chinese ink paintings

Carefully monitored tours to North Korea give insight into life in the world's last Stalinist state, writes Juliet Rix.

Singer Misia marks 15 years on top

Soulful singer Misia has fond memories of her first show in the city and she plans to make some new ones this time around, writes Lee Wing-sze.

Fresh heirs

Forget nut loaves and tofu curries. Vegetarian eateries are jazzing up their menus, writes Charley Lanyon.

Fresh heirs

It's time to venture outside the city's big department stores and renew your faith in diversity. Whether you're a classic gent or a hipster, there is a boutique to suit every man, writes Kawai...

A work in prog

Jethro Tull's evergreen founder is a man of many opinions and he's not afraid to offer them. Charley Lanyon discovers why Ian Anderson is not your average ageing rocker.

A work in prog

It took the combined talent of three directors to turn a bestselling children's book series into an award-winning animated feature, writes Maria Giovanna Vagenas.

A work in prog

Woofer Ten, the alternative space run by local artists, is perhaps most famous for its "cycling petition" held every June 4 since 2010.

A work in prog

Classically trained DJ Joachim Garraud knows how to get the party started, writes Terrence Choi.

 

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