Hong Kong's start-up scene has exploded in the past few years but tech entrepreneurs are hampered by the lack of a risk-taking culture among young local graduates.

Creating the show Genius on the Left, Lunatic on the Right from nothing is hard work but more fulfilling, says Taiwanese star, who's happy to get away from syrupy TV love stories online.

Somewhere between a choir and a jazz band, the group, formed 17 years ago at Oxford University, will perform in Hong Kong and Macau this summer.


Guzheng quartet, Western percussionist, Japanese stringed instrument player and contemporary dancer aim to bring the best out of each other through collaboration.

Struggling classically trained cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser decided they needed to do something different to prosper, and haven't looked back since.

Canadian Dave Salmoni, a South Africa-based animal trainer, entertainer and television producer who specialises in wildlife films, talks about his new show, Brothers in Blood: The Lions of Sabi Sand.

From one of the hottest rock acts to a fairy tale ballet and humour from Down Under, there's something going for every taste.

Everyone from babies to adults will have opportunities to literally join in the fun at series of events over July and August.

 Tucked behind parent restaurant Liberty Exchange Kitchen & Bar, Liberty Stone Oven Pizza rewards those who enjoy the Italian classic with its delicious takeaway options, ranging from margarita and caprice to a mixed mushroom base.

Ahead of his latest performance in Hong Kong, Krishnakumar Kunnath talks about moving beyond playback singing in movies, his family and working with his son. 

Lisa Christensen and Nissa Marion want individuals, offices, businesses and schools to pledge to reduce the waste they generate between June 7 and 14.

On the face of it, art and accounting would appear to have little in common - yet that's the premise of a new exhibition at a Central

From a star-studded 15th anniversary Emperor Entertainment Group party in Macau to a string of top orchestral concerts, flamenco and Jam Hsiao, there's plenty to loosen the purse strings.

This fifth incarnation of the wildly popular South Korean boy band counts Hong Kong as home to some of their most loyal followers. The band's recent album, The Beat Goes On, topped iTunes charts in the city and tickets for their upbeat synth-pop ballad showcase are expected to sell out.