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 nations of the world.Monday, 17 September, 2012, 4:20am 1 comment
It's Friday night at Dragon-i and visiting sports marketer Nicola Antognetti is casting an appreciative eye over the models streaming into the second floor club on Wyndham Street. 'The women here are beautiful,' he says.21 Aug 2009 - 12:00am
Asia's premier annual beach party, ZoukOut, on Singapore's Sentosa Island, is proving so popular that this year might be the last chance for loyal revellers to rave up on the beach.29 Nov 2007 - 12:00am
The Boy is back in town
A decade after he presided over hedonistic handover festivities at the Unity 1997 party, Boy George is returning to Hong Kong.
George Alan O'Dowd has carved out a career as a successful DJ since he left 1980s pop outfit Culture Club,4 Oct 2007 - 12:00am
Hong Kong's hipsters and social butterflies gathered en masse for a night of indulgence when champagne maker Veuve Clicquot held the fifth of its Club Clicquot series of parties, Sound in Motion, last month at the Kee Club.
Guests kicked back until about 5am, dancing to sounds from DJ Manolet from Manila, with the Zouk Club's VJ Keith providing visual projections.18 Aug 2006 - 12:00am
SOME YOU CAN get invited to only via SMS or e-mail; others are announced on flyers in a few select venues around town. Welcome to the world of independent parties, which are all the rage with Singapore's clued-in clubbers.28 Jul 2005 - 12:00am
AS THE NORTHERN hemisphere heads into winter, a handful of the world's top DJs are migrating south for the hottest beach party this side of the equator. In case you hadn't heard, the outdoor dance-fest that's fast becoming an annual stop on the global party calendar is Singapore's ZoukOut.19 Nov 2004 - 12:00am
Q. Favourite bar/ club?
Zouk in Singapore. Its decoration, design and style are so funky. There are thoughts in every room, at every corner.
Q. What's your poison?
Fruit Martini. There are different flavours and every one has a unique taste.
Q. What are you listening to?9 Feb 2001 - 12:00am
For those hooked on Joel Lai's eclectic mix of Latin, salsa, 70s disco, funk and house music, you can take comfort in the fact a lot of thinking and preparation goes into what he spins.
Joel (above), considered one of the best DJs in Hong Kong, says the most important thing is to introduce new sounds and create an atmosphere which will 'drive people wild'.27 Feb 1998 - 12:00am
HONG Kong's clubbing scene has a reputation for being as uncertain as its political future. Raves, one-nighters and DJs come and go with the regularity of British ministers with responsibility for Hong Kong.30 Jan 1994 - 12:00am