Lamma Island gardener Geoff Smith tells Jane Ram about surviving a collapsed lung in Ghana, raising a family in Papua New Guinea, and putting down roots in Hong Kong.
Publisher and author Tom Gorman, who passed away last year after a battle with cancer, on making his China dream come true.
The Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai, one of China’s pioneering luxury properties, gets an update in line with the cultural offerings of its hip locale
Dr Jim Flegg, ornithologist who was guest of honour at recent eco-education event, steps inside his former Hong Kong home for the first time since he was a child and wartime evacuation to Australia heralded a life steeped in nature
Food Space is an interloper in the line of stalls selling daily necessities at Tai Po's Tai Yuen market. With a focus on healthy eating, the shop, private kitchen and cooking demonstration venture is the brainchild of two long-time F&B professionals, Frenchman Thierry Lanoe and Argentinian Francisco Barria.
The head of the arboretum at Royal Botanic Gardens, in London, takes a walk through Hong Kong Park and tells Jane Ram how trees came to be the root of his existence.
Vernon Ram, father, mountain climber, dandy and one of the longest-serving editors at the South China Morning Post, has died of pneumonia. He was 87. He died unexpectedly after a minor hip operation, following a fall while adjusting a light at his Lamma Island home.
Nepal's national flower, the rhododendron, lights up the slopes around Kathmandu in a riot of colour. Jane Ram visits a country in full bloom