Founder of Naxos Music Group discusses artificial intelligence’s potential to transform the music industry, while pushing human artists to be even more creative.
Hong Kong-based experts like Tommie Lo, the founder and CEO of Preface, an AI-powered education technology company, will discuss how students can harness the power of the tool.
Young Post is hosting an art competition for full-time students in Hong Kong – the prompt: draw an emotion you’ve felt recently.
Check out street art from HKwalls, an inflatable King Tut in Pacific Place and an exhibition of artists from Ukraine.
We talked about mental health with Instagram poet Louisa Choi and met Hong Kong’s biggest football fan – the only person to watch the team in India.
The chef at the prestigious Man Ho restaurant shares his path to success, from working at his family’s dai pai dong to his time at the Chinese Culinary Institute and studying with genius Paul Lau Ping-lui.
Raising Cantonese cuisine to new levels of fine dining, young chef pays tribute to mentor Paul Lau.
Learn more about the avant-garde Japanese artist known for her colourful paintings and iconic dotted pumpkins.
Our new features for the 2022-23 academic school year will help students build a desire to learn about current events and develop a love for reading and writing.
The pop sensation has breathed new life into the Canto-pop genre, according to a cultural critic.
Hong Kong’s most popular band has breathed new life into the Canto-pop genre, according to a cultural critic.
Having languished for decades and losing out to Mandopop and K-pop, Canto-pop’s new generation of stars are relevant, collaborative and current.
The singer shares how spending two years in Hong Kong amid the pandemic, after years of moving constantly, is reflected in her EP ‘Home is ...’ and her concert series of the same name.
Siu Hak, who worked on Keung To’s latest single, discusses how a new wave of local artists has resurrected the city’s music from being ‘a dying scene’ that lacked creativity.
From a calorie-burning workout challenge to a soulful podcast and a party game, there’s something for everyone.
Current and former chief editors arrested on Wednesday as more than 200 police take part in morning raids; ex-Apple Daily editor already in custody among the seven.
While an HKU Council statement points only to unspecified ‘legal risks’, source tells Post colonial-era sedition law was cited during meeting that lasted over an hour.
Car crashed at the top of a set of stairs above a pedestrian-only section of Peel Street on Friday night.
With 350,000 followers and sold-out shows, trio say mood has changed in city and people want to be entertained again.
After a wait of almost 20 years the building finally opened on Friday attracting more than 11,000 people. In no particular order, here are some of the highlights according to early visitors and art critics
Some have been waiting years for the opening, while others are drawn in by a recent controversy over a work by dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
Arts hub authority chairman Henry Tang reveals some of Ai’s works will be featured in opening exhibitions, but a photo of his that sparked controversy will not be among them.
The city’s play spaces need not be identical, but should inspire children and adults, says Helen Fan Lok-yi, author of ‘The Abstract Playscapes of Hong Kong’.
Whimsical Shek Lei Playground still evokes memories for children who played there, whereas standard features such as swings, slides make for dull sameness across city.
M+ museum will open six galleries to the public on November 12, though only the Hong Kong exhibit was made available for a media preview. Tina Pang says exhibit deals with social issues but none of the displays have been modified.
Jiang Xun, the 74-year-old deputy chief editor of weekly magazine Yazhou Zhoukan, died in Yan Chai Hospital on Wednesday.
Opposition party Demosisto, film group Yang E Chi were tenants, but arts and culture centre at Foo Tak Building denies it was a ‘base of independence’.
The 48-year-old cargo handler carries the L452R mutation, which has been linked to several variants including the highly infectious Delta one.
Although he does not specify why he is stepping away from politics, Chan says city’s political situation has become ‘turbulent’.
Followers of ‘When in doubt, take a walk’ YouTube series share their favourite strolling routes, photos and memories.