Raphael Blet
Raphael Blet
Raphael is an intern reporter at the Post.

With 10 hot dog choices that range from the One On Dog (with bolognese, HK$38) to the Yappy Dog (teriyaki chicken, HK$58) to the Show Dog (seafood, HK$98), there is something for everyone at affordable prices.

A lack of training, data and civic-mindedness would have to be overcome for an app like myResponder to be effective, says a Hong Kong heart specialist about a city in which fewer than one in 44 heart attack victims survive.

Emilie Guillot, who founded the Hong Kong Theatre Association in 2007, explains how drama classes can help students be more confident and understand themselves better – as well as having fun and finding an acting family.


Despite the advent of email Hongkong Post is far from obsolete. Every day, the government-owned service handles an average of 3.35 million letters and parcels. We post a letter and follow its journey to the address on the envelope.

Show turns theatre stage into one giant bed, for audience and players alike, yet asks some uncomfortable questions about modern families and the parent-child relationship.


Hongkongers love Taiwanese noodles, and with 11 different options to choose from at Tristar, diners won’t be disappointed with this restaurant. While the decor is simple, the view from the 21st floor is sure to grab your attention.

Consul General Eric Berti will return to Paris at the end of August, with French Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Alexandre Giorgini tipped to succeed him.

Outgoing French consul general Eric Berti says freedom of speech comes with its limits, according to country, and ‘autonomy does not mean independence’.

In the week NGO Global Witness reported the killing of 207 environmental defenders worldwide in 2017, we look at five of the most shocking recent cases in East Asia.

Luís de Camões, a Portuguese national icon who during his third exile was sent to Macau, wrote one of his most famous poems there and is believed to have lived in a grotto located where a Macau park that bears his name now stands.

Hong Kong Sinfonietta devotes a programme to the film scores of award-winning composer Leon Ko, who penned the soundtracks to movies including Perhaps Love, Dearest, Monster Hunter and The Great Magician


Customs officials on the Hong Kong-China border regularly find everything from drugs to cigarettes to illicit fuel. Sometimes, they come across something different. Here are five strange things smugglers have tried to get through.

The South China Morning Post’s archives reveal how Chinese archaeologists unearthed the 2,100-year-old life-size figures from a pit in north­west China

For towering ex-wrestler The Rock, his role in action thriller was like nothing he’d done before, and prepping for it by spending time with amputees was ‘one of the most unforgettable experiences’

Many priceless historic works have been ruined by well-intentioned but unqualified artisans. That list now has a new entrant, with photos of a garishly restored historic stone Buddha appearing on Chinese social media last week

A portable computer with – wait for it – 8KB of memory, a classic waterproof stopwatch, the first digital camera: in the week Casio co-founder Kazuo Kashio died, we look back at five of his company’s most innovative products

Carrère started listening to famous French cabaret singer Piaf when she was just three years old. In her debut Hong Kong performance on Wednesday, she will be reviving her spirit

Security is tight for the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore and that could mean delays for travellers at Changi Airport. If you are unavoidably detained by Trump or Kim, here are 10 fun activities to keep you occupied until take-off