Hong Kong celebrities and iconsi

From tycoons to influencers, latest news and updates on Hong Kong celebrities and icons.


Donnie Yen’s stand-out appearance in John Wick: Chapter 4 is an excellent opportunity to raise Hong Kong’s global prominence, and the city’s government must step up to take it.

‘Hong Kong, add oil!’ was being heard long before the 2019 social unrest and simply translates as ‘keep it up’. It knows no boundaries of age or gender, and is normally above politics.


Why are Hong Kong housewives and aunties so obsessed with handsome local butcher Samuel Lau? Maybe it’s because Hongkongers are desperate to feel more ‘local’ to reinforce their identity.

The death of Kenneth Tsang Kong, a cinema and television icon for six decades, has been met with a flood of tributes from those in the entertainment industry and beyond.

A Hong Kong climber is believed to have made the fastest ascent of the world’s highest peak by a woman and given the city reason to look beyond the gloom of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • The lead singer of Mirror, Ian Chan celebrates his 30th birthday on June 9 – and we love how he sports a variety of looks for different occasions while staying ever-so-fashionable
  • Chan previously represented the men’s national volleyball team, which helped him land leading roles in his debut TV drama We are the Littles, and he also has his own clothing brand IDPT

The stylist and Instagram influencer gave up acting to open streetwear-influenced fashion boutique Her, evidence that physical fashion spaces can still connect with shoppers – even Gen Z

Enigmatic Hong Kong power couple Nicholas Tse and Faye Wong’s love story has endured plenty of highs and lows over the years … we track their modern fairy tale from the early 2000s


Director King Hu’s influence on Chinese wuxia martial arts cinema is examined in the first of a two-part documentary that features interviews with filmmakers from John Woo to Ang Lee.


From holidays in the Maldives to hanging with David Beckham at Macau hotel openings, here’s a peek inside the luxurious lifestyle of Hong Kong and mainland China’s beloved pop icon, G.E.M.

Coffee Lam may have left her acting career years ago, but she’s since found new fame with fitness – Style sits down with the yoga guru to chat about CoffeeSweat and family life

Former Variety critic Derek Elley explains why Tony Au Ting-ping was one of the great Hong Kong filmmakers of the 1980s and early ’90s. Considered a maker of romantic dramas, his work in fact spans the genres.

Known for his futuristic, out-of-this-world sculptural outfits, Hong Kong designer Kay Kwok is quickly gaining clout – and he has Beyoncé in his good books now, too

Taking a modern approach to traditional garments like the cheongsam, Sau Lee has quickly cemented its status as one of fashion’s hottest labels – we chat to founder and creative director Cheryl Leung

Cantopop diva Joey Yung is set to perform in a series of concerts this summer in Hong Kong and act alongside Jackie Chan in a new film … so how does the 42-year-old splurge her earnings?

MC is one of the hottest rising Cantopop stars on the Hong Kong music scene – here’s how he made it, and why a good skincare routine and making happy music are crucial to his success

Karen Mok was a movie and Cantopop sensation in Hong Kong during the 1990s and 2000s, and she’s sat down with the Post numerous times to talk. We recount some of her best quotes.

Breaking barriers and highlighting cultural diversity, this 26-year-old artist has proven her loyalty to the city she calls home – here’s a look into her rise in the local arts scene

Horror anthology series Tales from the Occult returns to take on the slasher horror genre with a fun, if forgettable, trio of films in the anthology series in Body and Soul.


News of renowned Hong Kong image consultant Nelson ‘Nel Nel’ Cheung’s death has shaken the entertainment industry – we remember him by taking a look back at his monumental life

Cheung has been making his mark in showbiz starring in Table For Six and Madalena recently, but he also boasts an enviable motorbike collection – let’s take a peek inside


The ViuTV reality show that kicked off Mirror’s astronomical debut is back for its fifth season – we take a look back at some of its other most successful contestants and their suave styles

First South Asian actor to win best new performer at Hong Kong Film Awards says he knew little about movie industry after first arriving in city at age four.


In Johnny Mak’s Long Arm of the Law there are no heroes. Frank Djeng, who provides the commentary for 88 Films’ forthcoming Blu-ray release of the classic Hong Kong film, explains why.


From India’s energy magnates Gautam Adani and Mukesh Ambani to China’s Zhong Shanshan and Pony Ma Huateng, which billionaires in Asia are giving back big?

68 years old today, Hong Kong actor Chow Yun-fat – ‘fat gor’ to his many fans – cut his teeth in movies 4 decades ago. We recall four early films that helped launch his career, including a gangster classic.


Faye Tsui is an influencer whose fashion cred extends globally – she’s often seen at fashion weeks wearing designer gear next to K-pop stars like Cha Eun-woo and Minnie, and actress Michelle Yeoh

The Chinese-Costa Rican talent is a multi-hyphenate who counts ‘style queen’ as one of her titles … here are some of her best looks, from Chanel tweeds to edgy streetwear

Hong Kong’s Mirror heartthrobs Jer Lau and Jeremy Lee viral when they showed off their natural singing talent on Japanese YouTube show The First Take, following Jason Chan


With her unaffected, natural quality Anita Yuen stood out, a critic said, and it helped her land roles playing forthright women. Peter Chan made her his muse, but she was said to have a short fuse.

From singing sensations Faye Wong and Leah Dou to pageant queens Christy Chung and Yasmine Ross, here are 5 sets of mother-daughter power duos that are setting Hong Kong showbiz alight

From diamond-encrusted Rolexes and Audemars Piguets to classic Cartier models, a Gucci G-Timeless and a Patek Philippe, here’s a peek inside Got7’s Jackson Wang’s star-powered luxury watch collection

Writer-director Gilitte Leung’s second feature, Social Distancing, is a pandemic-set Hong Kong horror thriller filled with interesting ideas that is ultimately let down by dreadful storytelling.