Hit list: five things to do this week in Hong Kong (November 25 - December 1)
Chemical Brothers, M.I.A. and other big names in town for Clockenflap, DIY flying machines at Red Bull Flugtag, a new spot for casual Korean: you’re spoilt for choice this week
EXPERIENCE a sensory overload courtesy of the Chemical Brothers, who headline alongside M.I.A., Sigur Ros and other big acts at Hong Kong’s biggest musical event, Clockenflap.
CHEER on the teams behind the 41 home-made flying machines that will attempt to take flight from Hong Kong’s Kai Tak runway at the Red Bull Flugtag this weekend.
WATCH Fan Bingbing as a village woman in search for justice, in Feng Xiaogang’s dark satire on China’s petty bureaucracy and obsession with materialism I Am Not Madame Bovary .
CHECK out “Demon Chef” Alvin Leung’s latest venture, Bib N Hops, serving casual Korean fusion in Wan Chai’s Ship Street.
SEE theatre director Candice Moore return to the Hong Kong stage after a year in London, with the intriguing thriller The Elephant Song, starring British actor Luke Lampard.