DJ Solomun.

Hit list: five things to do in Hong Kong this week (November 11-18)

Top-notch Japanese hotpot, anti-imperialist artworks and euphoric deep house among this week’s picks

CATCH Bosnian-German DJ and producer Solomun, known for his warm, euphoric deep house and eclectic remixes, when he plays a set at Dragon-i on November 16.

ENJOY Japanese anime at its best, with Makoto Shinkai’s visually stunning time travel romance Your Name, the seventh-highest grossing film ever released in Japan.

Ginger Bread Lovers by Oris Private Club. Photo: Felix Wong.
HEAD to Oris Private Club in SoHo, for generous servings of classic cocktails (plus some with a twist) at value prices in a no-fuss setting.
Thai artist Sutee Kunavichayanont. Photo courtesy of Sutee Kunavichayanont.
SEE Thai artist Sutee Kunavichayanont’s monochrome anti-imperialism artworks at his exhibition, “Reversed Reality”, at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery until November 25.
Kumamoto porto chuck roll set with miso broth shabu shabu at Nabe-Dokoro Sessyu in Causeway Bay. Photo: Jonathan Wong.
SIT around a steaming hotpot, Japanese-style, at Nabe-Dokoro Sessyu in Causeway Bay, which also specialises in sukiyaki.