Hong Kong is experiencing a revival in ancient Chinese gastronomy as Cantonese diners become more adventurous and Westerners look to the East for inspiration.

An epidemic of disco fever spread through Hong Kong in the late 1970s and early 80s changed the city's nightlife forever. Take a peek at how the party scene unfolded.

Well-educated, Chinese singletons in their late-20s or older - branded 'leftover women' by a chauvinistic society - are looking further afield for husbands who aren't turned off by their age or earning power, writes Isobel Yeung.

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