Keith Chan
Keith Chan
Keith covers travel trends, new technologies and other business topics.

Widely considered to aid academic performance in general, languages also develop a student’s cultural awareness, and Hong Kong schools are finding ways to increase students’ exposure


In a world that’s increasingly dominated by big and fast retailers, Philip Law’s collection of designer art toys, vintage automobiles and high-end watches reflect his passion for luxury and beauty

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused major disruption to the global economy, but it has also opened the door to the benefits of sustainable investing, particularly in emerging markets

Blessed with a strong school network, good universities and a supply of prestigious properties, Kowloon Central is Hong Kong’s undisputed core, and continues to attract property investors in droves

The six majors – Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London, New York and Tokyo – as well as other races around the world provide the opportunity for a ‘runcation’ – a holiday planned around a race

The growing popularity of hiking has also resulted in an increase in accidents in Hong Kong, and even the most experienced hikers need to be vigilant

Spectacular works at places like H Queen’s, Taikoo Place and The Peninsula hotel give the public a chance to see some of the top talent from around the world at no cost

Sony, Samsung and LG are also among firms expected to present new offerings at the annual mobile phone industry exhibition in Spain from February 25 to 28

Whether it’s a heart rate sensor and basic running functions, or you need to take part in extreme conditions, these timepieces will suit your varying needs

Next generation of mobile communications, a big leap forward compared with 4G, was the main talking point at the international consumer electronics show

If you plan to keep your New Year’s resolution to get fit and want a smartwatch to wear in the gym or out running, could this be the one you’re looking for?

It is believed the dish was created towards the end of the Qing dynasty, at Tai Ping Koon restaurant in Guangzhou – China’s first Western-style eatery operated by a Chinese

Dotted all over Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, these delightful routes are easy to squeeze into your day, whether you’re training for a marathon or looking to stay fit

The US$360 million complex, inspired by the look of banyan trees, has four big indoor spaces and an outdoor theatre and covers a 36,000-square-metre area

Three international hotels brands have welcomed guests in Taiwan’s capital since July, with Kimpton and Double Tree set to follow by the end of the year

Latest hi-tech devices include iRobot’s Roomba i7+ Robot Vacuum which can memorise up to 10 floor plans and ILIFE’s floor-washing robot that clean stains

Founder of firm, once the world’s third-largest maker of mobile phones, is investing in emerging technologies to halt cycle of falling sales and cutbacks