Christie Lee
Christie Lee covers art and luxury lifestyle in Asia and beyond. She’s eternally interested in the power of the visual, elasticity of the word and peculiarities of human beings.

Boy bands including the K-pop and Canto-pop giants form the central idea behind Sin Wai-kin’s Hong Kong exhibition that draws on nonbinary genders and the fluidity of existence.

Hong Kong artist Stephen Wong creates his popular landscape paintings based on visits to places. Unable to fly because of Covid-19 curbs, he sketched random places to which he travelled virtually via Google Earth.

A new exhibition at the Hong Kong Museum of Art explores how various myths captured the imaginations of Surrealist artists like Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso.


Graphic artist Taeyoon Choi examines computer coding and its relationship with art and the community in the exhibition. The artworks play with themes including humanising the internet and even how coding is like making dumplings.

WatchBox offers a personal touch to online pre-owned luxury watch sales that consumers have appreciated during lockdown-riddled 2020 – if the platform’s rapid growth is anything to go by

Unwinding and enjoying a perfect night’s rest means turning the bedroom into a restful haven – here’s how to create a peaceful and tasteful bolt-hole

The pioneering Hong Kong gallery has shown famous regional artists such as Zao Wou-ki and Lui Shou-kwan, and maintains an enviable archive – what has director Daphne King-Yao got planned for Alisan’s 40th anniversary?

Private Hong Kong museum Liang Yi, of which Fung is director, houses a treasure trove of Chinese furniture, European vanity cases, antique silver and Japanese works of art

Mathematician ditched a lucrative financial career to become an art consultant in 2000, and eight years later she had set up Contemporary by Angela Li on the western end of Hollywood Road

Whether KAWS, Yoshimoto Nara, Takashi Murakami or Hong Kong’s own Michael Lau, artists are killing it at auctions worldwide as demand soars for such designer toys

With millennial consumers forgoing products in the quest for experiential luxury, jewellery brands are offering learning experiences through institutions like Van Cleef & Arpels’ L’Ecole, School of Jewelry Art