Angela Meng was reporting on politics for South China Morning Post in Hong Kong when she met Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein in 2014. A scheduled interview became a traumatic encounter, which left her lurching through suspicion, anger and moral outrage. In the years since, she has tried to find the words to make sense of that moment in a Hong Kong hotel room. Her essay is a powerful must-read . The Lunar team Stories worth sharing Hong Kong’s most famous explorer hangs up her boots Few have travelled as far as Dr Rebecca Lee, the first woman from Hong Kong to scale Mount Everest and reach the North and South poles. At 70-something, she’s calling it a day . Japan reels from a star’s suicide Japan’s entertainment industry was shaken after yet another high-profile suicide this year. Many are calling for mental health issues to be addressed, but the plea has largely fallen on deaf ears. The science behind salted eggs Salted duck eggs, a classic Chinese side dish, have become all the rage lately in the form of potato chips and other snacks. Here’s how they’re made. From 130kg to 76kg, and beating Type 2 diabetes Rahimah Asmawi knew her obesity meant she might not live long enough to watch her two daughters grow up. In a bid to get healthier, she removed 80 per cent of her stomach . Grandma on skates Meet Nongluck Chairuettichai: she’s 63, a cancer survivor, and also the oldest member on Thailand’s national longboarding team. From running cutting-edge global companies to speaking out against sexism and stereotypes, women in Asia are making their voices heard around the world. Here at Lunar, we want to provide a platform to elevate and celebrate these voices, while exploring issues that affect women everywhere. Each week, we’ll bring you a curated selection of news, interviews and features about women, by women and for women. Sign up now!