Winnie Chung

Winnie Chung

Winnie is the Editorial Director of Specialist Publications at South China Morning Post. She is a veteran media professional with a 360-degree view of media-related industries, including magazine and newspaper publishing, PR and corporate communications, as well as stakeholder management.

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Review | The Devialet Gemini earbuds are finally here after delays, bringing innovative Active Noise Cancelling technology and top-notch sound quality – but is that enough?

A-list music artists Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Will.i.am are all fans of the brand, but how do its new earbuds stack up to its competitors?

A-list music artists Jay-Z, Beyoncé and Will.i.am are all fans of the brand, but how do its new earbuds stack up to its competitors?

3 Sep 2021 - 10:00AM
Review | Does Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong’s new look live up to the hype? The lavishly renovated harbour-view suites and gorgeous new Argo bar sure make for a sumptuous staycation

The hotel’s Grand Harbour-view Suites get a lush makeover, Argo replaces Blue Bar and new restaurant Gallery joins the mix of award-winning eateries – here’s what else to look forward to

The hotel’s Grand Harbour-view Suites get a lush makeover, Argo replaces Blue Bar and new restaurant Gallery joins the mix of award-winning eateries – here’s what else to look forward to

2 Sep 2021 - 10:13PM
Lucciola Restaurant & Bar review: quintessential Italian fare at The Hari’s classy, cosy venue on Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

The cavatelli pasta with Alaskan king crab comes recommended, with firm and buttery pasta and a welcome spicy kick

The cavatelli pasta with Alaskan king crab comes recommended, with firm and buttery pasta and a welcome spicy kick

26 Jul 2021 - 10:10AM
Acme restaurant review: The Baked Group’s latest dining venture brings Middle Eastern flair and flavours to Hong Kong’s hip Soho neighbourhood

There are only three proper tables at this cosy joint on Soho’s Elgin Street, designed by Sean Dix of Yardbird and Hotal Colombo fame

There are only three proper tables at this cosy joint on Soho’s Elgin Street, designed by Sean Dix of Yardbird and Hotal Colombo fame

20 Jul 2021 - 11:23AM
Wing review: VEA’s Vicky Cheng reimagines classic Chinese dishes with contemporary flair

Fans of Michelin-starred VEA know all about chef Vicky Cheng’s penchant for marrying Chinese ingredients with French cuisine – so what of his latest venture?

Fans of Michelin-starred VEA know all about chef Vicky Cheng’s penchant for marrying Chinese ingredients with French cuisine – so what of his latest venture?

30 Jun 2021 - 10:20AM
Sushi Yonjugo review: Kishoku’s Milton Lau leads Hong Kong’s latest Japanese restaurant opening

This intimate Japanese joint specialises in Edomae-style sushi with chef Milton Lau holding the reins in the kitchen.

This intimate Japanese joint specialises in Edomae-style sushi with chef Milton Lau holding the reins in the kitchen.

29 Jun 2021 - 10:00AM
Krug Grande Cuvée 169ème Édition champagne: how does this blend hold up to the storied French house’s 178-year history?

The much-awaited Grande Cuvée blends 146 wines from 11 different years – but is it worthy of the French maison’s storied 178-year heritage?

The much-awaited Grande Cuvée blends 146 wines from 11 different years – but is it worthy of the French maison’s storied 178-year heritage?

30 May 2021 - 10:00AM
Review | Apple AirTag: do you really need them? The cute wireless tracker gadget will help find valuables and lost keys with the Find My app

Key ring, bag charm or luggage tag? The versatile (and affordable) Apple AirTag helps you track valuables and find lost keys – and can be accessorised with luxury Hermès leather cases

Key ring, bag charm or luggage tag? The versatile (and affordable) Apple AirTag helps you track valuables and find lost keys – and can be accessorised with luxury Hermès leather cases

29 Apr 2021 - 2:00PM
Review | Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay HX vs Apple’s Airpods Max: we tried both headphones, so which came out on top for sound quality, battery life, comfort and connectivity?

Both of these mid-range headphones hover around the US$600 mark, so which is the best deal for sound quality, battery life, comfort and connectivity?

Both of these mid-range headphones hover around the US$600 mark, so which is the best deal for sound quality, battery life, comfort and connectivity?

29 Apr 2021 - 10:20AM
Review | Is the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra better than Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro Max? Why the Korean-made phone, released at the same time as the Galaxy Earbuds Pro, almost tempted us to the Android side

Why this Korean-made phone, released at the same time as the Galaxy Earbuds Pro, almost tempted us to the Android side

Why this Korean-made phone, released at the same time as the Galaxy Earbuds Pro, almost tempted us to the Android side

24 Feb 2021 - 2:32PM
Review | Apple Airpods Max review: great battery life and the best active noise cancellation we’ve ever tried – but are they worth US$549?

How does Apple’s new over-ear offering perform for sound, battery life and noise cancelling abilities – and what’s with the odd-shaped case?

How does Apple’s new over-ear offering perform for sound, battery life and noise cancelling abilities – and what’s with the odd-shaped case?

5 Jan 2021 - 6:08PM
Why Yong Fu probably has the best crab dishes you’ve ever tasted

No meal at Yong Fu is complete without the 18-cut raw crabs, while other stand-out items include giant cuttlefish and squid ink rice

No meal at Yong Fu is complete without the 18-cut raw crabs, while other stand-out items include giant cuttlefish and squid ink rice

18 Dec 2020 - 4:16PM
At Bibi and Baba in Wan Chai, a modest menu is packed with delicious Malaysian favourites and more

The usual suspects feature on the list of dishes on offer at this restaurant in Wan Chai, including the refreshingly authentic otah and ayam goreng istimewa

The usual suspects feature on the list of dishes on offer at this restaurant in Wan Chai, including the refreshingly authentic otah and ayam goreng istimewa

13 Dec 2020 - 10:00AM
Why Sichuan Lab in Wan Chai ticks all the boxes for spice fiends and true lovers of hotpot

Excellently prepared Sichuan cuisine shines in this modern, hip restaurant in Wan Chai – perfect for those who want a little spice in their lives

Excellently prepared Sichuan cuisine shines in this modern, hip restaurant in Wan Chai – perfect for those who want a little spice in their lives

11 Dec 2020 - 11:47AM
Review | What do Louis Vuitton Horizon 2.0 earbuds have over Apple’s AirPods Pro? The luxury take on the Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus just got a sleek new makeover

Fendi, Alexander Wang and Dolce & Gabbana have all rocked earbud collaborations in their runway shows, but LV’s new offering is what luxury truly sounds like

Fendi, Alexander Wang and Dolce & Gabbana have all rocked earbud collaborations in their runway shows, but LV’s new offering is what luxury truly sounds like

11 Dec 2020 - 6:00AM
Review | Is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G the phone we’ve all been waiting for? Here’s how it stacks up to Huawei, Motorola and Apple, and if it’s worth the US$2,190 price tag

Is Samsung’s new folding phone a mini laptop? Can its cameras take the ultimate selfie? And how does it hold up against Huawei and Motorola?

Is Samsung’s new folding phone a mini laptop? Can its cameras take the ultimate selfie? And how does it hold up against Huawei and Motorola?

10 Oct 2020 - 4:00PM
Review | The Entertainment Suite at Hong Kong’s Landmark Mandarin Oriental let us live like movie stars for the day – and we loved it

You, your family and even your dog can live it large during this staycation package at The Landmark, which turns lazing around into an art form

You, your family and even your dog can live it large during this staycation package at The Landmark, which turns lazing around into an art form

21 Sep 2020 - 11:55AM
What do Land Rover and superstar DJ Carl Cox have in common? Both have Zenith watches made in their honour

Julien Tornare sees positives in the global lockdown – forcing change on the industry and keeping his company innovating – while allowing him to spend more time with family

Julien Tornare sees positives in the global lockdown – forcing change on the industry and keeping his company innovating – while allowing him to spend more time with family

7 Aug 2020 - 3:00AM
How coronavirus has changed luxury watchmaking at Vacheron Constantin – fewer partners, but stronger partnerships, says CEO Louis Ferla

Ferla is confident that with just one watch fair this year – Watches & Wonders – instead of two, greater competition will spur his brand on to innovate and connect customers with new digital tools

Ferla is confident that with just one watch fair this year – Watches & Wonders – instead of two, greater competition will spur his brand on to innovate and connect customers with new digital tools

21 Jun 2020 - 6:00AM
How Cartier brought this year’s novelties to clients during lockdown – through its Cartier Watchmaking Encounters digital platform

The coronavirus pandemic inspired Cartier Watchmaking Encounters, a digital platform linking clients with this year’s releases and offering a preview of the latest Pasha novelties

The coronavirus pandemic inspired Cartier Watchmaking Encounters, a digital platform linking clients with this year’s releases and offering a preview of the latest Pasha novelties

18 Jun 2020 - 10:04AM
Review | The Montblanc MB01 Smart Headphones look sexy and sound full in the mid- and low-ranges – but are they worth US$630?

Their pens are iconic but, as the brand moves into more lifestyle products, has its latest offering caught your eye and ear?

Their pens are iconic but, as the brand moves into more lifestyle products, has its latest offering caught your eye and ear?

20 Apr 2020 - 2:00PM
How Mame Kurogouchi got together with Tod’s to create a collection based craftsmanship

A shared passion for traditional craftsmanship brought together the upcoming Japanese designer with the century-old Italian leather goods brand

A shared passion for traditional craftsmanship brought together the upcoming Japanese designer with the century-old Italian leather goods brand

20 Apr 2020 - 12:42PM
Glass, steel, stones: How architect Frank Gehry bends it like Beckham – from the Louis Vuitton Seoul Maison to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao

Glass is not the only material Gehry has managed to bend; the prize-winning 90-year-old has continuously surprised and delighted with buildings that defy the imagination

Glass is not the only material Gehry has managed to bend; the prize-winning 90-year-old has continuously surprised and delighted with buildings that defy the imagination

27 Jan 2020 - 2:00AM
Tod’s No_Code X shoe collection looks like a sports car – and designer Yong Bae-seok knows why

No_Code is an experimental workshop set up by Tod’s in 2018 to reinterpret changes and trends. It has given rise to the shoeker – a mix between dress shoes and sneakers

No_Code is an experimental workshop set up by Tod’s in 2018 to reinterpret changes and trends. It has given rise to the shoeker – a mix between dress shoes and sneakers

23 Jan 2020 - 5:00PM
How Van Cleef & Arpels’ ‘Time, Nature, Love’ exhibition in Milan shines a light on the craft of making gorgeous jewellery

Rarely-seen pieces, owned by the rich and famous, such as Elizabeth Taylor and the Aga Khan’s former wife, are now on show in Milan’s Palazzo Reale

Rarely-seen pieces, owned by the rich and famous, such as Elizabeth Taylor and the Aga Khan’s former wife, are now on show in Milan’s Palazzo Reale

27 Dec 2019 - 3:00PM
Review | We review Rosewood Hong Kong’s Asaya Lodges: what’s it like to stay in your own private spa – and how about a butler, too?

There aren’t many other places in Hong Kong where you can disconnect from other human beings and disappear into the zen bubble of a wellness centre staycation

There aren’t many other places in Hong Kong where you can disconnect from other human beings and disappear into the zen bubble of a wellness centre staycation

23 Dec 2019 - 9:22PM
Li Na, Asia’s first Grand Slam winner, talks motherhood, a forthcoming movie biopic, and her plans to nurture China’s tennis champions of tomorrow

Li Na made history as the first Asian-born tennis player to win not just one but two Grand Slam titles – but since retiring five years ago, what has the Chinese champion been plotting next?

Li Na made history as the first Asian-born tennis player to win not just one but two Grand Slam titles – but since retiring five years ago, what has the Chinese champion been plotting next?

17 Dec 2019 - 10:46AM
Review | We review the Rock Jaw Audio’s T5 Ultra Connect – at less than US$100, can these Bluetooth headphones really beat the Apple AirPods Pro?

At less than US$100, are these British Bluetooth headphones really better than the Apple AirPods Pro?

At less than US$100, are these British Bluetooth headphones really better than the Apple AirPods Pro?

4 Dec 2019 - 4:00PM
How Mamma Mia! star Amanda Seyfried tackles her demons – through Buddhism, meditation, and with a white donkey named Gus

She starred with Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine and Cher in Mamma Mia! but Amanda Seyfried says she prefers a simple lifestyle; her Jaeger-LeCoultre watch says otherwise

She starred with Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine and Cher in Mamma Mia! but Amanda Seyfried says she prefers a simple lifestyle; her Jaeger-LeCoultre watch says otherwise

3 Dec 2019 - 3:58PM
Review | Apple Airpods Pro vs Sony WF-1000XM3 – which are the best wireless earbuds?

From battery life and ear comfort to connectivity and all-important sound quality, the top two wireless earbuds go head-to-head

From battery life and ear comfort to connectivity and all-important sound quality, the top two wireless earbuds go head-to-head

14 Nov 2019 - 9:58AM