Hit list: five things to do this week in Hong Kong now typhoon is past
Sampling Japanese-Brazilian fusion food, seeing an espionage thriller and participating in a secret theatre experience are among this week’s picks
SEE innovative Hong Kong new-media artist and composer GayBird team up with indie filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang for One Zero, part of Hong Kong’s New Vision Art Festival.
TASTE some innovative Japanese-Brazilian fusion cuisine surrounded by the works of Takashi Murakami and Brazilian street artists at the newly opened Djapa in Wan Chai.
JOIN in the action at Secret Theatre, an immersive theatrical production at an undisclosed location, where the play, the actors and your role remain a mystery until the last moment.
WATCH director Kim Jee-woon’s action-packed espionage thriller The Age of Shadows , set in 1920s Seoul, and chosen as Korea’s Best Foreign Language Film entry at next year’s Oscars.
ENTER the underground fantasy world of Iron Fairies, the latest venture from nightlife guru Ashley Sutton, inspired by his past as an iron ore miner in Australia.