Suzanne Harrison

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Like a Hong Kong Anna Delvey: the rise and fall of socialite Azura

She cut a swathe through the city with tales of royal ancestry, vast wealth and charity work, but her stories have unravelled and now former friends want answers. Her story is similar to that told in Netflix's Inventing Anna.

She cut a swathe through the city with tales of royal ancestry, vast wealth and charity work, but her stories have unravelled and now former friends want answers. Her story is similar to that told in Netflix's Inventing Anna.

15 Feb 2022 - 2:07PM
‘Clean beauty’ make-up: five brands selling natural, vegan, eco-friendly products – beauty with a conscience

The ‘clean beauty’ trend began more than 20 years ago, and it was only a matter of time before it spread to make-up. We run the rule over five brands offering ethical, earth-friendly make-up products.

The ‘clean beauty’ trend began more than 20 years ago, and it was only a matter of time before it spread to make-up. We run the rule over five brands offering ethical, earth-friendly make-up products.

8 Nov 2019 - 7:29AM
Doctor’s orders: dos and don’ts of caring for your back

Choose the right pillow, meditate and exercise mindfully to avoid spinal injuries, experts say

Choose the right pillow, meditate and exercise mindfully to avoid spinal injuries, experts say

20 Nov 2018 - 4:29PM
Your spine has 26 bones, and here are 26 facts to remember about it to keep yourself healthy – and pain free

The vertebral column is vital to our overall health but its own health is often overlooked

The vertebral column is vital to our overall health but its own health is often overlooked

30 Oct 2018 - 12:27AM
What’s the vitamin that, with the right exercise, will help your bones stay healthy?

Dietary supplements can be expensive and confusing, but there is one recommended by a Hong Kong doctor that actually works

Dietary supplements can be expensive and confusing, but there is one recommended by a Hong Kong doctor that actually works

20 Oct 2018 - 1:26PM
How sports injuries are on the rise among Hong Kong's ‘weekend warriors’

Doctors say part-time enthusiasts must start exercising slowly, and seek help when injuries occur

Doctors say part-time enthusiasts must start exercising slowly, and seek help when injuries occur

12 Oct 2018 - 5:36PM
Wearable monitors can help your heart if you know your device

Wearable technology is becoming an important tool to track and improve heart health, but consumers must understand what their device is measuring

Wearable technology is becoming an important tool to track and improve heart health, but consumers must understand what their device is measuring

18 Sep 2018 - 10:26AM
Love and care prove vital to a healthy heart

Emotional support is just as important for heart patients as medical treatment on the road to recovery

Emotional support is just as important for heart patients as medical treatment on the road to recovery

5 Sep 2018 - 4:40PM
Complaining could be rewiring your brain for negativity. Here’s how to turn your bad habit into something constructive

While we all love to vent our thoughts, constant complaining shrinks the part of the brain critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Experts say there are simple things you can do to control your negative commentary.

While we all love to vent our thoughts, constant complaining shrinks the part of the brain critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Experts say there are simple things you can do to control your negative commentary.

13 Aug 2018 - 8:00PM
Brain health: how biohacking with supplements improves it, and why taking ‘smart drugs’ could be dumb

Nootropic supplements to sharpen our memory and make us more effective and focused are a growing market – and quite different from so-called smart drugs, whose use doctors discourage. We take a nootropic and feel the effects

Nootropic supplements to sharpen our memory and make us more effective and focused are a growing market – and quite different from so-called smart drugs, whose use doctors discourage. We take a nootropic and feel the effects

15 May 2018 - 5:13PM
Review | David Sedaris’ early diaries reveal the bumps on his colourful road to literary stardom

David Sedaris found success by writing about his life as a Macy’s Christmas elf. But, as his newly published diaries show, the path to elfdom was winding, troubled and often hilarious

David Sedaris found success by writing about his life as a Macy’s Christmas elf. But, as his newly published diaries show, the path to elfdom was winding, troubled and often hilarious

28 Jun 2017 - 3:10PM
Review | Haruki Murakami’s surreal short stories linger in the memory, even if the plots don’t

Men Without Women presents damaged characters wrestling with their demons, as attentive narrators elicit revelations. It’s not for everyone, but the Japanese writer’s many fans will know what to expect

Men Without Women presents damaged characters wrestling with their demons, as attentive narrators elicit revelations. It’s not for everyone, but the Japanese writer’s many fans will know what to expect

22 May 2017 - 10:27AM
Natural wonders

Figuring out what kind of products work and which don’t is important, writes Suzanne Harrison.

Figuring out what kind of products work and which don’t is important, writes Suzanne Harrison.

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