Hong Kong’s beloved Anita Mui died 18 years ago, but her spirit lives on in the city and among her fans. Her rags-to-riches story is told in the recently released biopic Anita.
Canto-pop boy band Mirror are so wildly popular that the husbands of their fans are turning to Facebook to commiserate. Can we use their fame and success to build a sense of Hong Kong pride?
Hong Kong singer Jace Chan has released a new EP, Hatching, the fruit of 10 months spent focusing on herself and writing after her label, Universal Music, shelved her career at the beginning of 2023.
Vian Lin, Mandy Tam and Feanna Wong played their first gig at Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District and have released Keep Your Eyes on Me& on YouTube, documenting their two years of training
Studiodanz and Engineering Impact plead guilty to total of nine charges arising from incidents at Hong Kong Coliseum on July 25 and 28 last year.
The songstress – who came to prominence in Taiwan’s Super Idol, Hong Kong’s The Voice 2 and The Voice of China – can be seen rocking a bleach-blonde ’do and designer gear from Prada and Fendi
Cantopop singer Ronald Cheng has had a colourful past – he was once arrested for putting a flight attendant in a headlock – but now he is one of Hong Kong cinema’s most beloved comedy stars.
Reverend Derek Li, father of dancer Mo Li, reveals breakthrough, saying his son has regained functions by ‘proactively facilitating the aggressive treatment every day’.
A Cantopop singer on a similar level as Anita Mui, Sandy Lam and Faye Wong, Sammi Cheng is also a celebrated actress and style icon – but her relationship with husband Andy Hui has made headlines.
Cantopop legend Roman Tam, who died 21 years ago today, was not just a singer of TVB drama themes – he was an LGBTQ icon with a flamboyant stage persona. Here are some of his best looks.
Shinji Tanimura, who died on October 8 at the age of 74, was much loved in his native Japan, as well as in Hong Kong and mainland China, where fans have taken to Weibo to mourn the singer’s passing.
Cantopop star Kay Tse plays a struggling musician who forms a band with her dysfunctional Hong Kong family in Band Four, a movie about forgiveness and the power of music to bring people together.
The Hong Kong star celebrates his 31st birthday on October 16 – so what are his favourite go-to looks? Here are 5 of our fave styles, from designer duds to his signature bucket hat
Anita Mui, one of Hong Kong’s most revered stars, would have turned 60 on October 10 this year. We recall her childhood, her family life, and the repeated legal battles her mother has fought over her estate.
Cantopop, love ballads and rock classics appear in the official playlist in Hangzhou multi-sport event, .
‘We want to express that Anita Mui is still here with us two decades later, but with a new image and sense of the future,’ fashion designer and collaborator Dorian Ho says.
The Stars Academy winner will make her solo debut at Hong Kong’s KITEC this October, has performed alongside Miriam Yeung, and is a member of girl group After Class
The all-Malay police band were given a standing ovation by customers at Penang shopping centre for their rendition of Cantopop hit ‘Hai Kuo Tian Kong’.
Danny Chan was, with fellow idols Leslie Cheung, Anita Mui and Alan Tam, one of Hong Kong’s ‘Three Kings and A Queen of Cantopop’ in the 1980s. He wrote big hits and won numerous awards, but died aged 35.
Yau, winner of ViuTV’s King Maker IV and member of Cantopop girl group Collar, is known for adding her own unique spin to luxury fashion – and donning colourful ‘fits like the one in her Fool MV
An exhibition has opened in Hong Kong of artworks Andy Lau created with a variety of artists, including some engaging calligraphy and an awful immersive musical space. He’s still just a ‘student’ of art, he admits.
Lau will be given special tribute award on September 15 at world premiere of his latest film The Movie Emperor.
Known today as a leading Hong Kong actor, Aaron Kwok started his career as a backup dancer, before being anointed one of the ‘Four Heavenly Kings of Cantopop’. He’s also a husband and proud father.
Superficially another satire of the Hong Kong property market, Yum Investigation’s narrative about dreams and fighting for one’s home is a comment on the social unrest that gripped the city a few years ago.
As Faye Wong turns 54, we look back at how the Cantopop star captured people’s hearts in Hong Kong and Asia by being herself and focusing on one thing: her music.
Cantopop sensation MC Cheung showcases his ‘bad boy’ persona in luxury fashion – here are his best looks to date, from Fendi to Chanel
Macanese actress Isabella Leong called a halt to her acting career – one that had nearly put her on Hollywood’s map – when she began dating Richard Li, the younger son of Li Ka-shing.
From actresses T.V. Carpio and Klariza Clayton to Cantopop singers Janice and Jill Vidal, these 7 Hongkongers of Filipino descent are charting their own paths
Known as one half of Cantopop duo Twins, Hong Kong star Gillian Chung has an enviable wardrobe that boasts designer duds like Prada and Balenciaga … we take a look at her captivating sense of style
Takeshi Kaneshiro, who debuted as a singer in Taiwan in 1992, has not appeared on the big screen since 2017, has no official social media and no one knows where he lives but he remains as popular as ever.