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Monday, January 22, 2018

Interview with Yuen Tai-yung, ‘Godfather of Hong Kong movie posters’

The 'godfather of Hong Kong movie posters' talks life as a self-taught artist, the process of creating posters and his unexpected fame. I lived in...

Southside’s guide to Christmas markets and fairs

The Christmas countdown has begun! To make your Christmas shopping easier, we've rounded up the city's best Christmas markets - let the shopping spree...

Interview with Clockenflap co-founders Justin Sweeting and Mike Hill

Clockenflap returns for its 10th run this month. We catch up with co-founders Justin Sweeting and Mike Hill who share the story behind the festival's unconventional...

Discovering Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls

Tara Smyth beats the heat in Tai Mo Shan 2017 has seen scorching temperatures and record rainfall across the region. Getting out on the hiking...

The haunted Nam Koo Terrace

Jennifer Lee explores another side of Wan Chai’s infamous nightlife. Want some scary stories to tell in the dark? Look no further than Nam Koo...

Mooncake Madness – Taste testing Hong Kong’s most interesting mooncakes

A perfect marriage of sweet and salty in flaky disc-shaped packages, mooncakes are once again making their annual appearance preceding Mid-Autumn Festival. This traditional...

Repulse Bay’s Longevity Temple

Through the members-only door of Repulse Bay's Longevity Temple with manager Chan Zi-hing. I have looked after the temple for more than 30 years. It’s a...

Tate’s Cairn: Where three sides of Hong Kong meet

For those who think The Peak is the most dramatic summit overlooking Victoria Harbour, think again. Tate's Cairn proves that there are incredible vistas...

Southside Secrets: Pok Fu Lam’s 1740 discovered waterfall

Shreena Patel takes a trip to Pok Fu Lam’s Waterfall Bay. Nestled in a park along the coast of Wah Fu Estate, Waterfall Bay is...

Intangible heritage to be preserved

The government has compiled a new list of 20 cultural items of value for preservation—from a stock of 480. Catharina Cheung finds out exactly...
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