Vicky Feng

Born and raised in Shanghai, Vicky Feng is a journalist and writer living in Hong Kong. She studied journalism at Baptist University and Chinese language and literature in Shanghai. A book lover, Vicky likes to find and write about all kinds of stories. Reach her on Twitter and Weibo @Vicky_Feng _
Vicky Feng
Born and raised in Shanghai, Vicky Feng is a journalist and writer living in Hong Kong. She studied journalism at Baptist University and Chinese language and literature in Shanghai. A book lover, Vicky likes to find and write about all kinds of stories. Reach her on Twitter and Weibo @Vicky_Feng _

Latest from Vicky Feng

Former centre for Hong Kong’s political detainees becomes Chicago university campus
In a class of their own: how children in Shenzhen learn the Hong Kong way
Sweden’s Icehotel: the coolest accommodation in the world?

Find out what it feels like to sleep on ice at this Swedish hotel, which is rebuilt every year and offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience

20 Oct 2016 - 10:59PM

Find out what it feels like to sleep on ice at this Swedish hotel, which is rebuilt every year and offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience

Sweden’s Icehotel: the coolest accommodation in the world?
The Roca brothers sample Chinese teas and mooncakes in Hong Kong
See the hotel made of ice and snow in Sweden
Dare to try? Hong Kong restaurant serves Yunnan-style fried insect dishes
How Nobel Prize-winning physicist Charles Kao has lived with Alzheimer’s for more than a decade
Jasper Tsang looks back on his tenure as Hong Kong Legco president
Outgoing Legco president Jasper Tsang on relevance of ‘one country, two systems’
 Jasper Tsang non-committal on running for Hong Kong Chief Executive election
How Hong Kong street names reflect the city’s maritime history
Do you have unwanted pocket change? Hong Kong mobile coin vans can help
Why Hong Kong student leaders are boycotting the June 4 vigil
Cruising the disputed Paracel Islands, one of the world's most unlikely tourist hotspots
Meet Phoenix Li, the seven-year-old Hong Kong piano prodigy taking the world by storm
Confessions of a Tokyo bar hostess: ‘I’m not a pure girl any more’
Smooth, golden and affordable: fried bean curd in Michelin-recommended Hong Kong store
Serving Cart Noodles since the 80s: Michelin-recommended noodle shop in Hong Kong
Meet Hong Kong’s first all-women e-sports gaming team
Hong Kong's iconic music venue Backstage Live to go off stage due to increasing rent
Meet some of the coolest cosplayers from Hong Kong's Ani-Com 2015
What's it like for Hong Kong ethnic minority students to take DSE, the city's university entrance exams?
Hong Kong student leaders Joshua Wong and Nathan Law charged with obstructing police in last year's protest
Upcycling: How Hong Kong's trash can be turned into musical instruments
Hong Kong reform package defeated, pro-Beijing lawmakers walk out before vote
Hong Kong political debate brings universal suffrage supporters back to Legco
Rule of the Frog King: the Hong Kong artist who 'chats' to amphibians

You may not notice his pieces among the thousands of artworks displayed in this year's Art Basel, which opens to the public today, but you are unlikely to forget him if you meet him.

15 Mar 2015 - 9:13AM

You may not notice his pieces among the thousands of artworks displayed in this year's Art Basel, which opens to the public today, but you are unlikely to forget him if you meet him.

Rule of the Frog King: the Hong Kong artist who 'chats' to amphibians
Multimedia: Living heritage of Hong Kong

What makes Hong Kong unique? Is it Cantonese Opera, the Dragon Boat festival, Lion dancing, Wing Chun, snake wine or shrimp paste? 

22 Feb 2019 - 3:19PM

What makes Hong Kong unique? Is it Cantonese Opera, the Dragon Boat festival, Lion dancing, Wing Chun, snake wine or shrimp paste? 

Multimedia: Living heritage of Hong Kong
Chinese kung fu masters battle over inheritance of Yip Man's Wing Chun legacy
In the eye of the storm: How deadly typhoons have changed the face of Hong Kong

A two-part special report on how Hong Kong copes with tropical cyclones

22 Feb 2019 - 3:19PM

A two-part special report on how Hong Kong copes with tropical cyclones

In the eye of the storm: How deadly typhoons have changed the face of Hong Kong