James Legge
Hong Kong
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Subeditor, Hong Kong
James Legge is a former sub-editor on the Post's Hong Kong desk. Before that, he was a reporter and editor in the UK and a freelance reporter in Hong Kong.

James Legge speaks to SCMP journalists, video producers and editors about what stories always come around for Lunar New Year and what stories they’ve found for the coming Year of the Pig

Trained in photography at arts college, Alan Lo's life changed when he went underwater. He uses photography to show how amazing marine life is and to urge people to better safeguard it.

With intense heat and the frequent threat of sudden heavy rain, August is one of the most tempestuous months in Hong Kong. So don't let the weather spoil your weekends — hunker down indoors and entertain yourselves.

From squid fishing to scuba diving, and from island-hopping to fine dining, there's more to Hong Kong waters than boozy junk trips.

The neighbourhood is good for food, history and shopping before dark, and for Thai food, beer, karaoke and dancing after that. We sampled it all in 12 hours.