Vishwa Mohan Bhatt became a global hit by combining Indian classical music with modern influences
Fledgling marine industry seeking to profit from scientific methods and cutting-edge identification technology
Sought after on the black market for their casques, a protusion on male birds’ beaks of keratin – from which rhino horns are also formed – strange-looking bird native to Southeast Asia is close to extinction
At last month’s Thomson Reuters Anti-Slavery Summit the audience was spellbound by the stories, and images, of humanitarian photographer Lisa Kristine. Sarah Lazarus spoke to her about her work
HK$20 bills have 48 times more antibiotic-resistant bacteria capable of being easily spread than samples collected elsewhere
Abigail Reynolds’ ‘Ruins of Time’ exhibition is the result of a five-month journey through 2,000 years and half the globe
Abandoned by her father, Chan Yuk Ling had it tough as a child in the New Territories. But she followed him to the Big Apple, opened her first spa in 1984 and today has stars from Madonna to Mariah Carey as clients
The Bollywood choreographer, who’s staging a workshop in Hong Kong, had a happy but isolated childhood in a French village, but everything changed when he discovered dance and moved to India
Ahead of the Longines Masters’ equestrian extravaganza in Hong Kong, Post Magazine talks to the hippophiles who make it happen – from the organiser and showjumper to the groom and transporter
Researchers on city’s commuter rail network find drug resistant bacteria are widespread, with biggest concentration on trains to and from China
Sewage is the perfect breeding ground for antibiotic-resistant bacteria and in Hong Kong it is discharged into the sea. Better treatment could reduce problem, but is costly, expert says
With superbug resistant to world’s last-resort antibiotic recently found in China, the day when common illnesses and routine surgery become life threatening, and organ transplants impossible, draws ever closer
The former pilot, accountant and stay-at-home dad talks about ‘slowly fading away’ and making the most of his time left
Hong Kong vet David Gething, who went from overweight smoker to whippet-thin winner of World Marathon Challenge, explains how he got hooked on running and why races are won mostly in the mind
As Tory MP Alan Mak retains his Havant constituency in the UK election, we revisit an interview he gave to Post Magazine in September.
The writer and journalist reveals how the ‘hogwash’ phrase is exploited in attempt to increase procreation among the young and educated
Alexander Talbot Rice was caught with his trouser flies open by the Duke of Edinburgh, went on to paint the likes of Queen Elizabeth and Margaret Thatcher, and kept his head when he stumbled on Afghan militants
Environmentalist reveals how she went from legal marketing to green marketing
British priest led an Iraqi Christian congregation for 11 years until Islamic State's rise forced him to leave. He tells Sarah Lazarus about getting enemies talking, Saddam Hussein's palace and the life-changing treatment for his MS available only in Iraq.
Andrew Lauterstein won three medals at the Beijing Olympics, overtrained as he sought to save his swimming career, then discovered CrossFit and, as he tells Sarah Lazarus, learned to be good at several things rather than excelling at one
American researchers took a fly from Brazil whose larvae eat fire ants from the inside - one of a number of natural enemies they have evaluated to stop the spread of the ants now invading Hong Kong, writes Sarah Lazarus
Hong Kong wetland reserve battles invasive fish and a hard-as-nails snail, but biggest problem is a plant from America
Venomous ants from South America join the indestructible apple snail and river fish on a long list of foreign species to have made Hong Kong home, writes Sarah Lazarus.
The BBC television presenter tells Sarah Lazarus that she got her big break by mistake.
The Polish survivor impresses upon Sarah Lazarus the horrors of the Holocaust.
The Indian food expert and writer talks to Sarah Lazarus about her time in London and making local produce sexy in Pune.
The sound recordist talks to Sarah Lazarus about an encounter with one of the great apes, how he chanced upon nature-film making, and 20 years spent recording sounds in the world's wild places
Fossil expert will invite audience at debut popular-science lecture to pick over his Gobi Desert search kit, writes Sarah Lazarus.
As preparations are made to sequence its genome, Sarah Lazarus goes in search of all there is to know about Hong Kong's Bauhinia blakeana.
'Ben Goertzel talks to Sarah Lazarus about thinking machines and his quest for immortality. "Ultimately, we want to port our minds out of our bodies, by implanting a device in the brain that backs up to a server... you could 3D print a new body and restore the mind from the server," the American says.