Hong Kong calligrapher combines traditional Chinese art with politics

Dozens of fans bid farewell to Hong Kong celebrity cat Brother Cream

The world's first functioning 3D-printed office building

New confidence in China wine market at Hong Kong's Vinexpo

Hong Kong calligrapher combines traditional Chinese art with politics

May 25, 2016

29-year-old Packy Lai, aka Inkless, has been writing Chinese calligraphy for almost two decades. By combining traditional Chinese art with politics, she promotes both subjects among the youth.

Dozens of fans bid farewell to Hong Kong celebrity cat Brother Cream

May 25, 2016

Dozens of fans of celebrity cat "Brother Cream" gathered at its home in a newspaper convenience store in East Tsim Sha Tsui, to get a final glimpse of the feline hours before the shop closes for good.
 
According to the owner, Bee Ko Chee-shing, countless number of people have stopped by since the closure of the shop was announced last month.
 

(Photo: SCMP's Felix Wong)

The world's first functioning 3D-printed office building

May 25, 2016

Dubai says it has launched a prototype 3D-printed office building, with floorspace of about 2,700 square feet.
 

New confidence in China wine market at Hong Kong's Vinexpo

May 25, 2016

A slowing economy and a corruption crackdown had led to concerns that China's wine boom had gone bust, but there is renewed optimism at a Hong Kong wine fair as the mainland develops more affordable drinking habits. (Photo: Nora Tam)