Director Flora Lau's debut feature puts a human face on some of the city's most sensitive social issues, writes Edmund Lee.

Franz Ferdinand may be headlining, but there is a plethora of other talent at Clockenflap. Adam Wright picks some of the support acts you won’t want to miss.

After an extended sabbatical, Franz Ferdinand are back where they belong, writes Richard Lord.

Global brands and mega-malls sit alongside tiny, hip boutiques in South Korea's shopping paradise, writes Jennifer Cox.

It may not be everyone's idea of a winter warmer, but demand for snake soup has never been greater, writes Bernice Chan.

Ditch the sober hues for clean lines and bolder shades, as men’s fashion rebels against convention this season.

Yinka Shonibare hopes his work can help make the world a better place, writes Vivienne Chow.

My journey to becoming a chef began when I started working in French and Japanese restaurants. I chose to be a Japanese chef after being inspired by a television series.

Nadaman in Shinjuku, Tokyo, has lent its head chef and teppanyaki expert, Akutso Yoshiya, to the Nadaman in Admiralty's Island Shangri-La hotel until November 23.


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