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Myanmar student stand-off with police continues

How do you make the perfect cup of Hong Kong style silk-stocking milk tea?

Anti-Islam bus ads cause outrage in San Francisco

"I do believe in 'Made in Hong Kong'," says director Fredric Mao

Myanmar student stand-off with police continues

Thu, 5 Mar 2015

Riot police corral dozens of student protesters calling for education reform in central Myanmar. (Cover photo: AFP)

How do you make the perfect cup of Hong Kong style silk-stocking milk tea?

Wed, 4 Mar 2015

Tak Yu Restaurant, a 62-year-old family-run cha chaan teng in Wan Chai, has its own way of making the time-honoured silk-stocking milk tea. We asked owner Johnson So Wai-hon to demonstrate how a perfect cup is made. 

Anti-Islam bus ads cause outrage in San Francisco

Thu, 5 Mar 2015

San Francisco residents have responded with outrage to a local bus campaign that appeared to compare Muslims to the Nazis. City officials say they disapprove of the adverts but are obliged to run them because of the First Amendment of the U.S. constitution, which guarantees free speech. 

"I do believe in 'Made in Hong Kong'," says director Fredric Mao

Wed, 4 Mar 2015

Fredric Mao, named best director at the Hong Kong Drama Awards no less than five times, is a Shanghai-born, Hong Kong-bred artist who studied Peking opera in his early days and launched his career in the United States.  When he says he believes Hong Kong combines the best of the East and the best of the West, you can believe him.