Hong Kong based artist Eleanor McColl invited us to her studio in Discovery Bay for a cup of tea and an insider’s view of HK’s arty side.
Founder of successful online butcher Farmer’s Market, Emma Pike is a driven entrepreneur. When she’s not busy growing her own brand, this hardworking mum-of-two loves nothing more than sharing her businesses acumen with Hong Kong’s start-up scene, and she is also committed to helping others, working closely with local charities to raise both funds and awareness. Kate Farr sits down for a chat with Emma about career goals, charity work and challenges for the year ahead.
Toby and Rory Meeks are already world-class BMX riders at the tender ages of 10 and 12. We chat to their parents about how they support their sons’ passions whilst living here in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong may have a reputation as a ‘graveyard for marriages’ but when one door closes, plenty more open. We find out how HK’s divorcees are moving on to a new and exhilarating phase of life post-divorce.
We meet the founders of an exciting new online and offline social networking club designed to help Hong Kong’s over 40s connect with each other and enjoy the best that Hong Kong has to offer
The new director of popular Hong Kong charity, Box of Hope, shares a bit about herself, the charity and how Hong Kongers can make a difference.
We chat to Virginia Chan, founder of local foodie tour company Humid with a Chance of Fishballs, about life as a tour guide and entrepreneur.
We think the best way to discover Hong Kong’s neighbourhoods is to talk to the people that live there. So we asked Petrous Moldovan, owner and Executive Chef at Parisian-style bistro Cocotte and NEO Cocktail Club, to give us the lowdown on life in Tin Hau.
We speak to the women behind leading fresh food importers, MM Fresh, about the inspiration behind launching a business, the challenges they face, as well as their tips for juggling entrepreneurship with raising a family.
Ever thought you could write a book? Author Andrew Carter was so inspired by his time in Hong Kong, that he made it his setting for his first novel, Bright Lights and White Nights.