Carlos Escueta
Carlos Escueta
Carlos Escueta is a final year student at City University of Hong Kong currently pursuing a BA in Media and Communication studies. As a summer intern at the Post, he has experience in writing stories in relation to current affairs around Hong Kong and Asia, climate change, culture, social issues and world politics.

Each year, the Rolex Awards for Enterprise honour those transforming lives through innovative projects. Meet two of this year’s winners – one tackling malnutrition in children, the other fighting climate change.

Hong Kong is about to see a collection of Japanese artist Yusuke Hanai’s cartoon sculptures of unsmiling, unkempt men. ‘Whenever I come across artwork with people smiling, I find it rather strange,’ the artist says.

Can France continue their run of upsetting the Americans? The gold medal match for men’s basketball, slated for tomorrow features a cast of NBA talent squaring off against one another.


Phoenix Suns All-Star guard Devin Booker has had a slugging Olympics so far and will get a chance to turn it on against the Australians in the semi-finals.


The American men’s basketball team will have to lift to claim another gold medal at Tokyo 2020 as France and Australia enter the quarter-finals unbeaten.

Check out some of the best, and oddest, hairstyles on display at the Olympics, led by Japanese tennis sensation Naomi Osaka, Australian golfer Cameron Smith and Turkish volleyball player Ebrar Karakurt.

From your eating habits to your clothes drawer, workouts and staycations, these practical steps will help minimise your contribution to climate change.

The USA men’s team lose 83-76 to an upstart French squad in their first round robin game, led by by Boston Celtics guard Evan Fournier with 28 points.


Bangalore-born Seema Mathew took up painting full-time after surviving a second serious bout of breast cancer. Her first solo exhibition opens this weekend in Hong Kong.

From McDonald’s and Shake Shack to Frites and The Butchers Club, we hunted for the crispiest, fluffiest and outright tastiest French fries the city has to offer.

The latest iteration of the Rolex watch is perfect for explorers and can survive some of the most extreme environments, from the top of Mount Everest to the deepest parts of the oceans.

William Forsythe’s installation in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District encourages visitors to move through a field of moving pendulums to create their own choreography.

A musical that explores family relationships through the story of a boy and his dying grandmother opens this year’s International Arts Carnival in Hong Kong.

Chinese leads, a contemporary New York setting – a film version of La Bohème by Hong Kong group More Than Musical challenges the idea of operas as ‘boring and difficult to understand’.