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Arthur Tam
Arthur Tam
Arthur Tam is a queer Chinese-American journalist based in New York and writes at the intersection of LGBTQ politics, fashion, and pop culture. His work has appeared in Time Out Hong Kong, Dazed and Confused, Forbes, CNN Style, and Still/Loud.

Asian bridal couture designers are not just changing the landscape of a billion-dollar industry, but also helping brides veer from the traditional mould

A ‘modern makeover’ of the beloved Chinese tile game by US company The Mahjong Line provoked an angry backlash and accusations of cultural appropriation – but where and when was mahjong born?

As we adapt to the new normal, perhaps it’s time for businesses to boost morale through team-building getaways in locations like Thailand, the Maldives and Greece.

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Rokh, MINJUKIM and other designer labels are at the forefront of the influential, home-grown Korean talent developing the hallyu narrative in a similar vein to K-beauty, K-pop and K-movies

From Cardi B’s anti-government rant to Ellen Degeneres’ banal phone calls, celebs are reacting to the coronavirus on social media in very different ways

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We live in a binary world of coffee connoisseurs and tea snobs – but the two drinks have been blissfully mixed for decades at the cheap Hong Kong cafes known as cha chaan teng

Did Hollywood and white colonialism perpetuate the stereotype of Asian men being unattractive? This author thinks so, and argues Gao helped change the dialogue

For autumn/winter 2019-2020, luxury brands Gucci, Dior, Prada and Saint Laurent present OTT earrings that are way longer, larger and wilder than previous collections

Tea has come a long way since a little leaf was plucked from a tree in Yunnan during the Tang dynasty. Now we have Pu’er, oolong, white and green teas

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Securing a place among Hong Kong’s entertainment royalty, actress, designer and entrepreneur Carina Lau Kar-ling has several sides of her that may surprise you

With prejudice rife, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s first biological child – who identifies as gender fluid – is an invaluable icon in the global fight for LGBTQ+ rights

‘Be supportive’ is the motto of top Hollywood couples like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith when it comes to their children’s sexual and gender identity. Here’s a list of young celebs who are thriving

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