Arts & Music
The show looks into the dating scene in South Korea’s capital, painting the menfolk as soppy fops and the women as confident cads.
In an exhibition featuring photojournalism students at City University, lecturer Birdy Chu reflects on the role of face masks.
Born in Germany, Ankie Beilke followed in her mother’s footsteps to become an actor, starring in her first role at the age of six.
While viewers might see the love story between Shin Se-kyung’s translator and Im Si-wan’s athlete coming, there are still elements of surprise to the show.
On Netflix, Japanese thriller Alice in Borderland goes big on existential angst, while HBO Asia’s romcom Adventure of the Ring offers a more comforting outlook.
After his mother noticed his natural sense of rhythm, Wei Wei joined Shenyang Conservatory of Music, in China, before joining Hong Kong Ballet in 2003, where he met his wife and continues to dance.
Netflix provides seasonal musicals aplenty, from Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square to Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey.
An exhibition to accompany the release of book Daisy Fairy and the Bear: From the Beach to Wondeer features 30 works six artists from the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals’ i-dArt programme.
The amount was not disclosed, but Dylan is cashing in on the boom in music rights, as the value of songs and recordings skyrockets thanks to streaming.
Korean celebrities go back to school in this wacky variety talk show that involves a series of improvised challenges, embarrassing revelations and plenty of banter.
Michael Xufu Huang, 26, is but one of the many young collectors opening their own museums and galleries, in what seems to be a fundamental shift in China’s cultural world.
The Hong Kong visual artist talks about having felt close to death since childhood, coming out as a creative and eschewing relationships to remain creative
Now streaming on Netflix, the violent police procedural offers a fresh perspective on crime fighting, starring Lee Ha-na.
A South China Morning Post editor gets lessons from some of Hong Kong’s top stand-ups before taking to the stage and finds that making people laugh for a living is a tough gig.
Born in Guangzhou, Yam Kim-fai came to Hong Kong after World War II where she performed hundreds of times in ‘virtually only’ male roles before her death in 1989.
Visual-research hub Thy Lab is collecting, digitising and archiving Hongkongers’ pictures and home movies to capture the spirit of the city.
In the Netflix show, Go A-ra plays a reluctant piano prodigy who loses everything only to find love, perhaps.
Chief executive Marlene Taschen on her love of ‘the Asian spirit’, her unconventional upbringing and how Taschen is celebrating its anniversary.
The Taiwanese actor and director reflects on the influence of childhood as she looks back on her 50 years in front of and behind the camera.