Adam White
Adam White
Adam White is a Hong Kong­-born-and-raised journalist and editor. He likes great food and interesting people, and finds that they often go together. He is the Production Editor of Inkstone, was senior editor of city-living bible HK Magazine and has written for CNN, Time, Monocle and the New Statesman. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter @adamawhite.

Chilled bars, sports bars, brew pubs, cocktail bars, live-music venues, mainstream clubs, alternative clubs, LGBTQ clubs – all the best places if you’re new to Hong Kong

See in the new year in style with a musical choice of house, disco, Balearic, hip hop, live bands and even karaoke. Early-bird discounts, meal options, free-flow deals, dress codes, we have all the information you need to party all night


Edgar Lau, fresh from a fifth-place finish in the LMP3 series at the famed Le Mans circuit, talks about how he honed his motor-racing skills playing video games and on reality TV

Matt McLaughlin’s early years as a pilot were spent in the vertiginous highlands of Papua New Guinea, some of the most dangerous terrain on earth; years later, he realised others might want to read about his experiences

It was pure luck that rain scuppered Colin Grant’s 2001 round of golf with fellow Hong Kong big shot Bruce Rockowitz in Whistler, Canada. Someone suggested the childhood friends take a yoga class instead. And so a fitness empire was born

The Irishman who plays Davos Seaworth in the hit HBO series reveals how being an electrician in Africa led him into acting and why he would rather be known as an actor than a movie star

The Danish lama, who founded Diamond Way Buddhism in 1972 with his wife Hannah, remembers her a decade after her death and talks about why they quit drugs and embraced meditation

Glow in the dark parties, quality circus, disco … there’s no shortage of options this New Year’s Eve for Hongkongers looking to party beyond the obvious

The British furniture, lighting and accessories designer has always been ‘making and selling things’ but he still struggles to see himself as a ‘proper designer’

Escape the Hong Kong chill with hot beats in Singapore at Zoukout and Laneway, the Wonderfruit and Paradise Island festivals in Thailand and at India’s Sunburn four-dayer

Surreal comedy, creepy robots, mind-bending performance and a VR experience of a forest from an animal’s perspective – here’s our guide to the best of the festival’s arts offerings

Haunted jail cells, a gender-bending masquerade ball, bloody waltzes … and most terrifying of all: US President Donald Trump. Hong Kong’s got it all this Halloween