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

Hong Kong’s Victoria Road Detention Centre has been converted into a modern academic complex for the University of Chicago. Restoration and construction work for the university’s Hong Kong campus cost US$75 million (HK$586 million).

Hong Kong’s Victoria Road Detention Centre has been converted into a modern academic complex for the University of Chicago. Restoration and construction work for the university’s Hong Kong campus cost US$75 million (HK$586 million).

6 Dec 2018 - 7:02AM
In a class of their own: how children in Shenzhen learn the Hong Kong way

The scheme of schools for children in Shenzhen who are eligible for a Hong Kong education started in 1998.

The scheme of schools for children in Shenzhen who are eligible for a Hong Kong education started in 1998.

12 Dec 2018 - 4:04PM
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

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
The Roca brothers sample Chinese teas and mooncakes in Hong Kong

The Roca brothers of the famed El Celler de can Roca, the No. 2 restaurant in the world, came to Hong Kong as part of their five-week trip that includes London, San Francisco, Phoenix and Santiago. SCMP.tv invited them to try some Chinese teas and mooncakes in the Peninsula Hong Kong and shared their insight of food and running their restaurant.

The Roca brothers of the famed El Celler de can Roca, the No. 2 restaurant in the world, came to Hong Kong as part of their five-week trip that includes London, San Francisco, Phoenix and Santiago. SCMP.tv invited them to try some Chinese teas and mooncakes in the Peninsula Hong Kong and shared their insight of food and running their restaurant.

17 Apr 2017 - 4:22PM
See the hotel made of ice and snow in Sweden

Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, a remote Swedish village about 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, is one of the world’s most unusual hotels. Each October the hotel is sculpted from ice and snow by artists from all over the world before it melts into a river each May. SCMP.tv visited the hotel in February, 2016. (Cover photo: Icehotel 2016; Art Suite: Momos; Design: Lotta Lampa & Julia Gamborg Nielsen; Photo: Asaf Kliger/Icehotel) 

Icehotel in Jukkasjärvi, a remote Swedish village about 200 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, is one of the world’s most unusual hotels. Each October the hotel is sculpted from ice and snow by artists from all over the world before it melts into a river each May. SCMP.tv visited the hotel in February, 2016. (Cover photo: Icehotel 2016; Art Suite: Momos; Design: Lotta Lampa & Julia Gamborg Nielsen; Photo: Asaf Kliger/Icehotel) 

20 Oct 2016 - 4:16PM
Dare to try? Hong Kong restaurant serves Yunnan-style fried insect dishes

Amy Wong, the owner of  People of Yunnan Restaurant in San Po Kang, tells SCMP.tv why fried insects are served in her restaurant. 

Amy Wong, the owner of  People of Yunnan Restaurant in San Po Kang, tells SCMP.tv why fried insects are served in her restaurant. 

17 Apr 2017 - 4:13PM
How Nobel Prize-winning physicist Charles Kao has lived with Alzheimer’s for more than a decade

Wife of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Charles Kao Kuen tells SCMP.tv the couple has been fighting Alzheimer’s disease for 14 years.  "It's always sad," Gwen Kao said. "But it gets to a stage when you have to accept that the person you know is not there, except for the smile." 

Wife of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Charles Kao Kuen tells SCMP.tv the couple has been fighting Alzheimer’s disease for 14 years.  "It's always sad," Gwen Kao said. "But it gets to a stage when you have to accept that the person you know is not there, except for the smile." 

17 Apr 2017 - 4:23PM
Jasper Tsang looks back on his tenure as Hong Kong Legco president

Retiring Legislative Council president Jasper Tsang Yok-sing listed his achievement and failure ahead of his retirement in September. (Photo: SCMP's Sam Tsang) 

Retiring Legislative Council president Jasper Tsang Yok-sing listed his achievement and failure ahead of his retirement in September. (Photo: SCMP's Sam Tsang) 

17 Apr 2017 - 4:59PM
Outgoing Legco president Jasper Tsang on relevance of ‘one country, two systems’

Retiring Hong Kong Legco president Jasper Tsang Yok-sing said that “one country, two systems” has proved to be working and the next chief executive will be key to the development of the constitutional principle. (Photo: SCMP's Sam Tsang) 

Retiring Hong Kong Legco president Jasper Tsang Yok-sing said that “one country, two systems” has proved to be working and the next chief executive will be key to the development of the constitutional principle. (Photo: SCMP's Sam Tsang) 

17 Apr 2017 - 4:59PM
Jasper Tsang non-committal on running for Hong Kong Chief Executive election

Asked if he will run for the Chief Executive election, Legco president Jasper Tsang said, "Let's wait and see.”   (Photo: SCMP's Sam Tsang) 

Asked if he will run for the Chief Executive election, Legco president Jasper Tsang said, "Let's wait and see.”   (Photo: SCMP's Sam Tsang) 

17 Apr 2017 - 4:59PM
How Hong Kong street names reflect the city’s maritime history

Dr. Stephen Davies, from Hong Kong University’s Department of Real Estate and Construction, visits six streets on Hong Kong island and reveals how their names are connected to the city’s maritime history.

Dr. Stephen Davies, from Hong Kong University’s Department of Real Estate and Construction, visits six streets on Hong Kong island and reveals how their names are connected to the city’s maritime history.

17 Apr 2017 - 5:01PM
Do you have unwanted pocket change? Hong Kong mobile coin vans can help

Two coin vans run by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority are touring the city’s 18 districts to collect unwanted coins from citizens for free. 

Two coin vans run by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority are touring the city’s 18 districts to collect unwanted coins from citizens for free. 

17 Apr 2017 - 5:02PM
Why Hong Kong student leaders are boycotting the June 4 vigil

The candlelight vigil commemorating the Tiananmen Square crackdown has been held annually for the past 26 years at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park. This year, the Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS) will be absent from the event for the first time after it separated from the event’s organisers, the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China. Representatives from the two generations of student leaders spoke to SCMP.tv about what lies behind the divide. (Photo: David Wong)

The candlelight vigil commemorating the Tiananmen Square crackdown has been held annually for the past 26 years at Hong Kong’s Victoria Park. This year, the Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS) will be absent from the event for the first time after it separated from the event’s organisers, the Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China. Representatives from the two generations of student leaders spoke to SCMP.tv about what lies behind the divide. (Photo: David Wong)

1 Jun 2017 - 11:12AM
Cruising the disputed Paracel Islands, one of the world's most unlikely tourist hotspots

Entry is for mainland citizens only - and even then, intense screenings apply. The destination is the South China Sea's disputed Paracel Islands, an area that has become the flashpoint of a global sovereignty row. As we count down to the United Nations ruling over China's claims to the waters, the SCMP joined a one-of-a-kind cruise for a sneak peek at one of the world's most unlikely tourist hotspots. Stay tuned for more exclusive reports in the coming days.

Entry is for mainland citizens only - and even then, intense screenings apply. The destination is the South China Sea's disputed Paracel Islands, an area that has become the flashpoint of a global sovereignty row. As we count down to the United Nations ruling over China's claims to the waters, the SCMP joined a one-of-a-kind cruise for a sneak peek at one of the world's most unlikely tourist hotspots. Stay tuned for more exclusive reports in the coming days.

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Smooth, golden and affordable: fried bean curd in Michelin-recommended Hong Kong store

Kung Wo Bean Curd Factory is the fourth stop in our Michelin-recommended street food series. The century-old store in Hong Kong's Sham Shui Po district is famous for its fresh bean curd products. SCMP.tv unveils the secret recipe for its signature dish: fried bean curd. 

Kung Wo Bean Curd Factory is the fourth stop in our Michelin-recommended street food series. The century-old store in Hong Kong's Sham Shui Po district is famous for its fresh bean curd products. SCMP.tv unveils the secret recipe for its signature dish: fried bean curd. 

24 Dec 2015 - 11:57AM
Serving Cart Noodles since the 80s: Michelin-recommended noodle shop in Hong Kong

The fifth stop in our Michelin-recommended street food series: Colourful Noodles, a humble noodle shop hidden in a small street in Tsuen Wan. Since the 1980s, its owners Mr and Mrs So have been serving noodles, first on carts along the streets of San Po Kong, before relocating their family business to the New Territories in the early 1990s.  

The fifth stop in our Michelin-recommended street food series: Colourful Noodles, a humble noodle shop hidden in a small street in Tsuen Wan. Since the 1980s, its owners Mr and Mrs So have been serving noodles, first on carts along the streets of San Po Kong, before relocating their family business to the New Territories in the early 1990s.  

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Meet Hong Kong’s first all-women e-sports gaming team

Girls HK by Logitech is a newly formed all-girl amateur gaming team who compete in tournaments playing League of Legends. (Photo: SCMP's Edmond So)

Girls HK by Logitech is a newly formed all-girl amateur gaming team who compete in tournaments playing League of Legends. (Photo: SCMP's Edmond So)

10 Aug 2015 - 11:49AM
Hong Kong's iconic music venue Backstage Live to go off stage due to increasing rent

Surging rent is forcing music venue Backstage Live to shut up shop - frustrating musicians who say officials are not doing enough to help the creative industries.

Surging rent is forcing music venue Backstage Live to shut up shop - frustrating musicians who say officials are not doing enough to help the creative industries.

10 Aug 2015 - 12:35PM
Meet some of the coolest cosplayers from Hong Kong's Ani-Com 2015

SCMP.tv visits Hong Kong's Ani-Com & Games 2015 to talk to some of the coolest cosplayers about their costumes. 

SCMP.tv visits Hong Kong's Ani-Com & Games 2015 to talk to some of the coolest cosplayers about their costumes. 

28 Jul 2017 - 9:55AM