Just because Coco Lee is now a married woman, it doesn't mean she's going to become a stay-at-home Mrs Rockowitz.Thursday, 15 December, 2011, 12:00am
You could be forgiven for going green with envy as more details of pop diva Coco Lee and Li & Fung boss Bruce Rockowitz's lavish wedding leak out. Well, the whopping sum of money the golden couple splashed out on their two-day celebration was almost as much as the GDP of a small country.1 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
Celebrity fever gripped the city last night as some of the world's biggest pop stars attended the first part of a two-day wedding between Hong Kong-born singer Coco Lee and Bruce Rockowitz, president and chief executive of Li & Fung.28 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
Armed police the biggest threat to city's finest
Several months ago, the press had a field day with images from a policewoman's blog showing what were described as 'racy' photographs of policewomen larking around in their underwear and one in which they were pointing guns at each other.
This set us wondering why Hong Kong's police officers are still armed.20 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
More than 500 guests turned out dressed in their finest Bollywood chic for the Hong Kong Cancer Fund's charity gala dinner at Quarry Bay's ArtisTree.
To fit in with the Raj theme and dress code - 'be opulent' - there were feather-embellished turbans, sequined saris and dramatic jewellery studded with exotic stones. It was definitely a scene to be seen at on Saturday.2 Mar 2011 - 12:00am
New York-based celebrity event planner Preston Bailey has so much love for Hong Kong that he might move here for good.
'I love the city so much. I want to live here,' Bailey (right) said. 'It has an interesting vibe. It's very sophisticated and the people here are friendly.'7 Dec 2010 - 12:00am
When it comes to celebratory confection, skincare line La Mer takes the cake. Literally. The pricey beauty cream, a few ounces of which can set you back a four-figure sum, f?ted its tenth anniversary in the city on Monday night at a Four Seasons ballroom while previewing a 10-photo exhibition called The Most Beautiful 10, created by art director William Chang Suk-ping.23 Sep 2009 - 12:00am
People might think that spending so much to celebrate a birthday is crazy under such an economic climate, but I think it's worth it. The happiness of my family is priceless and this is my greatest investment15 Nov 2008 - 12:00am
With the grand opening just a week away, the Landmark Mandarin Oriental has started hosting small private preview dinners for the very elite among the city's VIPs. This explains the nightly row of Rolls-Royces around the Central building. Each night the posh new hotel is inviting just one table of guests for an exclusive peek.17 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
The Coco Lee confusion continues. The Taiwanese songstress will not be performing at Hong Kong Harbour Fest alongside Craig David after all.15 Oct 2003 - 12:00am
Remember how CoCo Lee had us scratching our heads when she came out as a blonde a few years ago? Well, she has us confused again.
The Hong Kong-born, San Francisco-raised singer will belt out the Star-Spangled Banner on November 2 to mark Chinese basketball star Yao Ming's home-game debut for the Houston Rockets.30 Oct 2002 - 12:00am
A legal row may be brewing between international singer Coco Lee and show promoter and former actor Pak Shek-chin.6 Jan 2001 - 12:00am
Pop star Coco Lee flew in to help Cartier launch its new handbag collection 'Cage de Cartier'. More than 800 guests turned out for the elaborate affair which involved five themed rooms.
1. Laurent Nebot (MD Cartier Far East) and Coco Lee
2. Janet and Michael Wong and Maggie Yeung-Bauml
3. Yvonne Chua and Francis Gouten
4. Amanda Lee25 Sep 2000 - 12:00am
Di Da Di - Coco Lee Already huge in Taiwan, teen sensation Coco Lee (pictured) looks set to crash into the Hong Kong mainstream with this classy mix of pop and R 'n' B. Tracks include the delicious lullaby of After Winter's Gone and a solid jazz-waltz, Di Da Di.22 Feb 1998 - 12:00am
Sensation - Leon Lai Ming The reigning king of pop ballads has made what looks like a breakthrough album. It is studded with keen melodies and plain lyrics that speak to the heart via Leon's unadorned but affecting vocals. This collection of pretty, folk-tinged pop-rock songs is driven by guitars, but the net effect is harmony, not cacophony.19 Jan 1997 - 12:00am