The late writer and TV presenter’s father, a one-time Japanese POW, is buried in Sai Wan Bay.
Emperor Liu Bang of the Western Han dynasty had two Han Xin’s working for him, until, threatened by their competence, he terminated their employment.
From food waste and plastic packaging to electricity, the environmental impact of the festive season is huge.
From an architect to a planetary scientist, the third edition of the TEDx event explores how females with varying perspectives can be bold and brilliant.
The disappearance of identification markers during the current civil unrest has helped fuel loss of confidence in the police force.
Street dancing, parkour, ballet, kung fu acrobatics, apsara dance and a dance party at the Eaton Hotel.
It was Finns who coined the nickname Molotov cocktail during World War II for the petrol bombs they threw at advancing Soviet tanks.
The cracking of Wong Sik-pun’s kidnapping case in 1961 led police to the body of the Hong Kong banker’s son, who had disappeared more than two years earlier
From the mid-19th century onwards all licensed brothels in Hong Kong were run by women.
Contrary to popular belief, plant-based diets existed in the Middle Kingdom long before Buddhism came to the country
The movie theatre experience Martin Scorsese is trumpeting doesn’t exist in the real world as noisy film-goers are ruining the entire experience with their senseless snacking.
Supported by celebrities Helen Mirren and Will Smith, the Big Sleep Out is a global event that aims to raise funds and awareness and increase empathy for homeless people.
Social media and an online generation have sped up the process by which definitions evolve and neologisms emerge.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner visited Hong Kong in 1983, bringing a message of love, joy and family planning.
Wartime food shortages undoubtedly drove the starving to eat human flesh, even if there are no first-hand, verifiable accounts.
‘Dropping dox’, as it was known in the 1990s, was an act of retribution during flame wars in which hackers and posters got into arguments online
Daisy Chan, the curator behind the upcoming ‘The Feminine Awakens’ show, reveals her paintings are a tribute to her partner, who lost his battle with cancer. He made her realise that men can have both masculine and feminine traits, she says.
The youngest of the Jackson clan gave power-packed performances for three nights at the Hong Kong Coliseum in 1990 as part of her Rhythm Nation tour.
When it comes to their people and politics, the two Chinese special administrative regions flanking the Pearl River delta could hardly be more different.