Learn all about what makes Hong Kong special: its people, their history, habits and quirks.
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.
Proposals to fast track ‘minor’ reclamation works put city’s most outstanding natural feature at further risk.
Control officers may have only been doing their job and enforcing the law, but the plight of 90-year-old woman has touched city hearts.
After a year’s delay due to pandemic restrictions, the city will co-host the Gay Games in November. This international sports festival is a valuable opportunity to both highlight the city’s diversity and show that it is back in business.
From the ‘Hello Hong Kong’ campaign’s free air tickets to the need to ‘grab’ talent from elsewhere, Hong Kong seems desperate – and that’s ugly. We must focus on why we are unique.
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.
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.
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
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.
Trilingual comedian says local scene is still small compared with other major cities, but hopes it can gain traction following end to Hong Kong’s pandemic curbs.
Newly crowned ‘Bun King’ Chung Yuk-chuen, a runner-up in 2014 and 2018, puts his victory down to luck and experience.
Accompanying parade features children dressed up as political figures such as Paul Chan and Regina Ip.
Janet Kung, winner in 2019, and five-time champion Angel Wong say they have been preparing mentally and physically for race after three-year hiatus from pandemic
Decision was made because only one third of those who registered had shown up over past six months, museum says.
Only contractor with skills to construct bamboo towers pledges to continue the tradition after festival forced to use shorter steel structures this year.
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.
Traditional event returns after three-year hiatus, but in a much watered-down iteration.
Four-month exhibition, which opens in late September, will present the latest archaeological discoveries from the Sanxingdui ruins in Sichuan province.
Hong Kong Cheung Chau Bun Festival Committee says bamboo towers will be 30 feet shorter this year.
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.
‘Wok hei’, or ‘breath of the wok’, is a distinct element of Cantonese food culture, and – much like martial arts – mastering it requires years of practice and dedication.
Chief executive does not address whether freedom of access to information would be undermined if censorship standards not transparent.
Original black and white photo of two fishmongers behind market counter restored, colourised using software trained by processing millions of images.
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.
Widow Fung Wai-chu, 102, says she hopes to meet her three children living in mainland China face to face for first time since Covid-19 hit in 2020
The buzzy, busy city has fired the imaginations of designers that are attracting global attention for their innovative high jewellery creations
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.
Two artists best known for capturing Hong Kong’s landscapes and spirit are holding a joint exhibition. What do they have to say about Hong Kong today and the future of its art scene?
Oxide Pang’s second film about firefighting plays more like a military thriller, with plenty of rousing speeches, but its plot is weak and its one-dimensional characters play second fiddle to the pyrotechnics.
Hong Kong filmmaker Chan Kin-long was an actor before his award-winning directing debut, but today, with models and KOLs calling themselves actors – ‘It’s a joke, really’ – sees his future more behind the camera.