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Her wallets feature raised markings to indicate the value of the banknotes.
HK Magazine is sad to announce its final issue.
He hand-writes destination signs for the city’s red minibuses, single-handedly keeping the industry alive.
It's Oktoberfest Every Wednesday in October at Happy Valley Racecourse
The seventh iteration of Asia's largest LGBTI festival, Pink Season, hits town from Sep 30-Nov 5.
“From this point forward”—but it’s also a derogatory term for “Vietnamese person.”
The defiant voice for LGBTI rights famously came out in 2012, on stage in the middle of a concert.
Sunday, September 25 marks the third edition of Pink Dot HK.
Looking for one fabulous night? We've got you covered.
We take a look at other places around the world where, despite often enormous odds, love is winning.
We hope you're hungry, because our annual HK Eats Guide 2016 has just hit the city!
The week in weird.
The Harmonics is an LGBTI and ally choir that performs at LGBTI events and even churches around the city.
Is this the end of a beautiful friendship? We present a Short Play in One Act.
From half-century-old diners to modern day reinterpretations, these cafes are proudly slinging the no-fuss, east-meets-west dishes that best characterized 40s Hong Kong.
In which Adam discovers the deadlift.
The Canadian-born, Golden Horse Award-winning actress is stepping into the art world as a curator.
Throw on those lederhosen, squeeze into those dirndls and PROST!
This week's new and noted restaurants.
Hate tourists? Us too. Time it right to see the region’s most amazing destinations, crowd-free.
Because it's a Flag Day, and they’re good people.
Hey, it's a start.
It ain't “government-business-landlord-triad collusion,” it's "cooperation." Well, two can play at that game...
We take a look back at the local news that spread like wildfire.