The Sewing Lounge, based on Lyttleton Road in Central, is a haven for those who want to enjoy a few hours in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere with fellow sewers.
Anthony Bolton puts his success down to being unemotional and a contrarian investor. In interviews with the financial press, he is often described as unflappable. But put him in an opera house or...
Clive Palmer, the Australian businessman planning Titanic II, a modern-day replica of the ill-fated passenger liner, is confident it will sail into New York on its maiden commercial voyage in 2016...
HNA, the mainland airline, hotel and property group, will launch its passenger cruise business tomorrow when its first cruise ship starts its maiden revenue voyage from Sanya to Vietnam.
For decades, tourism has been one of the four pillars of the economy.
James Tien Pei-chun
HK Tourism Board chairman
SCMP, October 8
Don't mention the war, Basil Fawlty warned. In the context of Sri Lanka, it was hard not to during 26 years of devastating internal conflict.
While footage of anti-Japanese riots played on big screens in the background, a group of about 60 dancers came together on a Causeway Bay street for a performance representing unity among the...
Yoga studios in Hong Kong are feeling the backlash from the collapse of so many of their counterparts as banks now refuse to provide them with credit card payment facilities.
Stuart Horten (10 years old, but looks younger) has moved with his doctor mother and crossword compiler father to the small town of Beeton, where Great-Uncle Tony lived before he disappeared.
Teenagers have hardly used the new facilities at Youth Square in Chai Wan since it opened in 2009, a government report says.
Visitors to Hong Kong will soon be able to bag a single 'room' for as little as HK$240 per night - but it will be no place for the claustrophobic.
Bookmakers have posted champion sprinting mare Black Caviar at the shortest odds of her brilliant career to return today as a winner in the Group One Australia Stakes at Moonee Valley.