Arts & Music
Sellers’ comic genius, an unforgettable theme tune and opening credits so charming their animated protagonist was awarded its own series transformed this David Niven vehicle into an enduring classic.
Slow-paced and well-scripted, BBC-Netflix crime series Giri / Haji follows a rule-bending Japanese detective on a mission to bring his brother home.
Long dismissed as a place where art is sold and not made, a recent exhibition reflected a new energy in the city’s art landscape.
Australian designer and stylist Juan-Carlos Aquino on how he identified with the rapper and hip-hop culture.
The sequel to the 70-part Story of Yanxi Palace is as bright, bold and beautiful to behold as its predecessor.
Crafts on Peel invites skilled craftsmen to share their skills with a younger generation as they collaborate on traditional techniques such as porcelain painting, birdcage making, papier-maché and copperware.
The French dealer, and expert on Chinese bronzes, is so confident in his knowledge about fakes that he is offering authenticity guarantees on all purchases.
The orchestra’s estimated annual running cost of HK$4.5 million was deemed ‘well worth spending if we are to prove wrong those people who call Hongkong a cultural desert’.
The six-part series follows residents of a fictional public housing estate, showing another side to the city state.
The show, starring Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin, lays bare some profound contrasts between lives lived on either side of a line on a map.
From Glory to Hong Kong to Blowin’ in the Wind, songs taken up by civil movements have brought people together through a shared sense of purpose.
The tale of friends sharing the pain of existence was both a cry for help and social critique, with the director committing suicide upon the film’s completion.
Nothing brings people together over the holiday period like food, except, perhaps, seasonal flicks. From the spaghetti breakfast in Elf to Home Alone’s pizza delivery scene, feast your eyes on these superlative scenes.
The daughter of a gangster kingpin becomes the bodyguard for a celebrity couple – what could possibly go wrong?
Food plays a central role in the romantic drama, which triumphs thanks to no end of winning performances from the entire cast.
Lee as a Chinese martial artist who stands up to foreign enemies struck a popular chord in 1972 colonial Hong Kong.
The public museum makes a welcome return, but is its first exhibition too generic for the local audience?
Hong Kong exhibition of ‘Martin Parr: Oxford’ gets up close to university’s ancient traditions and modern students’ antics, from Queerfest to Summer Eights.
Gabriel Prokofiev, the Russian-British composer, producer, and DJ, tells Kate Whitehead about his grandfather Sergei Prokofiev and growing up with his artist father, Oleg Prokofiev.