Hit list: five things to do in Hong Kong this week (September 2 - 8)
Cooling hot pot, Hong Kong pop punk and a grafitti tribute to some of our martial arts legends – there’s plenty of things going on this week, no matter the weather
LAUGH (then feel guilty for doing so) at the antics of Miles Teller and Jonah Hill, who play young international arms dealers in Todd Phillips’ latest comedy, War Dogs .
CHECK out British graffiti artist Pure Evil’s tribute to Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan and Chow Yun-fat, at his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, at Above Second Gallery in Sai Ying Pun.
TASTE one of the refreshing hotpots at Hainan Season, where heavy, oily broths are replaced with light young coconut broth, and served with handmade fishballs, tasty dumplings and dipping sauce.
VISIT one of Hong Kong’s last traditional stencil makers, who, at 80, still works meticulously with just a hammer and some chisels.
HEAR the evolved sound of long-running Hong Kong pop-punk band, Dear Jane, who are playing live at Kitec in Kowloon Bay on September 3 and 4.