Fans of Royal Doulton's ceramic figurines had the chance recently to meet Michael Doulton, a sixth-generation descendant and ambassador of the British brand.
Tottenham Hotspur fans descended on Ocean Terminal last week to catch a glimpse of some of the London-based club's star players.
Skincare brand Laneige hosted a party at the Cucina restaurant in the Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel to celebrate the launch of its latest product range. With promises of refreshing cocktails and free makeovers, a horde of fashionistas, socialites and bloggers flocked to the event.
A psychedelic spectrum of colours envelops viewers at the Hong Kong Arts Centre's Pao Galleries, where the latest paintings by Danilo Giannoni adorn the walls. This is Giannoni's second Hong Kong solo exhibition, titled "State of Matter".
Four truly selfless people were honoured at this year's The One International Humanitarian Award gala, held last week at the Holiday Inn Golden Mile.
A much-anticipated device, the BlackBerry Q10 is now available in Hong Kong. The Q10 has been hailed as BlackBerry's comeback smartphone.
To kick off World Environment Week, Hong Kong Cleanup and Ecozine hosted a cocktail party on Monday at the trendy Boujis nightclub on Pottinger Street in Central.
The Asia Society hosted an art-gala benefit dinner in Admiralty, honouring Asian artists Lee Ufan, Nyoman Masriadi and Zeng Fanzhi.
Occasions, one of the best-connected PR and events firms in town, started its 25th anniversary celebrations this year with a photo exhibition in Times Square titled "Occasions x Fame Glory".
Normally, tea is for two, but for Lancôme, tea is for 30. That's how many local celebrities the luxury beauty brand invited to tea at Sevva restaurant in Prince's Building in Central to celebrate the launch of its Absolue line of products. Among the guests were models Balia Chan and Janel Ma, singers Candy Lo and Amanda Lee, and girls-about-town Jacqueline Chong Si-man and Ankie Beilke, who pulled out a tube of Lancôme lip gloss before posing for a photo.
J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy world receives a magical Lego makeover just in time for the release of the first of director Peter Jackson's The Hobbit trilogy.
Fast, up-close, and personal combat has always been the hallmark of the Tekken series and the brutality has been taken up a notch in the latest instalment, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (TTT2).