Patti Austin talks about growing up surrounded by music and her upcoming Hong Kong jazz concert with Janis Siegel and Elisa Chan Kit-ling in October
"Hong Kong's playful pervert" holds his debut show in Sham Shui Po.
Artists and art fans are opening small, often self-funded exhibition spaces, some in unexpected locations and sometimes combined with things such as coffee shops.
Aerial photos are a common sight, but how about aerial paintings? Artist offers a different take on Hongkongers' high-rise existence.
As the orchestra celebrates 25 years of making music, Allyson Chiu talks to Khac-Uyen Nguyen, whose 'fire of passion' for music was stoked by his time with the troupe while a Vietnamese refugee in Hong Kong, and helped him fulfil his dream of making it his career.
Choreographer Yuri Ng plays the plucky piglet in a stage performance that fuses animation and a classical music score to tell the story of character's humble beginnings.
Hong Kong's Smile Bar, newly opened in Wan Chai, has walls as brilliantly white as they aim to make your teeth. The hi-tech treatment uses a plasma lamp and powerful gel.
Group show at Oi! in Oil Street is intended to change perceptions of the district.
Need to cheat your way to that golden-brown look? This spray tan does the job.
Iaido, ancient Japanese martial art that spawned the sport of kendo, has a small but loyal following in Hong Kong.
Jumping Frames festival will see 14 films shown over two weeks in three cinemas.
If you feel you've been overexposed to the sun, these products will help heal, revitalise and refresh after a long day of UV bombardment.
From an adults-only magic duo to a multisensory electronic dance music journey, a New York rock trio and Mando-pop singer-songwriter, there's plenty to look forward to.
Western inventions in fields such as astronomy, mathematics and medicine, loaned by Beijing's Palace Museum, are among those on display in an interactive Science Museum exhibition.
The response he got to being seen customising a T-shirt with a pair of scissors was enough to turn Saaks into a designer.