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The event is intended to help open the Hong Kong art market up to a wider audience, says its founder, Will Ramsey, who launched similar art fair in London 20 years ago.  

OK Go Since their formation in 1998, the Chicago quartet have captivated music fans with a series of inventive viral videos. The art-rock outfit have gone on to produce four well-received studio albums and played to sold out stadiums and rapturous festival crowds across the globe. Now it's our turn to catch them on their summer tour. July 24, 8pm, Kitec, 1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay, HK$450, ticketflap.com

Packed full of goodies for Hong Kong's Francophone community. You'll find everything French you could dream of here, from newspapers, magazines and comics (including the latest editions of Charlie Hebdo) to novels, travel guides, text books and cookbooks.

Residents of "Little Thailand", as the neighbourhood south of the Kowloon Walled City Park is nicknamed, mark Songkran as fervently as they would back home.

'I wish I could be on that', thought self-confessed Game of Thrones fan Jessica Henwick a year ago. Well now she is, and breaking new ground as its fifth season begins.

Hot food fans would be lost without all those dried seeds, berries and other plant matter that end up in spice jars. Here's our pick of five different restaurants to tingle your tastebuds.

A Hong Kong-based start-up provides an electronic platform on which local stores can picture, list and sell their products - then it delivers orders in as little as an hour.

The people have voted and, remarkably, among their list of 10 favourite built environments in Hong Kong are several sites that have long been demolished.

Fitness centres are combining serious workouts with a fun, Saturday-night vibe. We put some of the best to the test.

'Fight Night', a piece of 'reality theatre' with a game show format, aims to stimulate audiences to think about elections, democracy and political manipulation.

What I’m listening to: currently loving Hozier’s Take Me to Church – it’s a beautiful song and the music video’s even better. I’m also a big fan of Lana Del Rey – I love how cinematic and nostalgic her songs are. This might sound geeky, but I also enjoy listening to movie soundtracks, especially soundtracks by Hans Zimmer.

The latest offering by the Hong Kong Dance Company is a cross-generational collaboration with a contemporary spin on traditional Chinese and Asian dance repertoires. Curated by veteran choreographer Yuri Ng Yue-lit, Shao Nian Yau consists of five short works on the theme of cultural legacy.