Hong Kong and Singapore are often described as "twins separated at birth", but while we are similar in many ways, we are profoundly different in others, such as our governments and political cultures.
Two years ago, British wannabe singer Kashy Keegan felt like he had won the lottery when Universal Music sent him an email saying a new television network in Hong Kong wanted to use his song,
Shandy Gan who describes herself as "odd" once marketed orchestras and art groups, but a tragic incident inspired her musical soul and she's been creating music ever since.
Brittany Fried is passionate about community service. Brittany first realised her passion when she stumbled across a book called Free the Children by Craig Kielburger in middle school. Since then,...
Even after three years of performing, Rahul Padmasola, lead singer of Hong Kong boy band Emergency Exit, still gets the jitters.
Voice actor Lam Po-chuen, most known for being the voice behind Doraemon for over 20 years, died this morning at the age of 63, TVB communications deputy director Tsang Sing-ming confirms.
Summer is so hot and humid that you might just want to stay in your air-conditioned room with your X-Box. But if you want a summer holiday to remember, maybe go on a volunteer trip. You'll see new...
Hongkonger Vivek Mahbubani has been listed as one of the 10 semi-finalists in the first World’s Funniest Person stand-up comedy competition held at the legendary comedy club The Laugh Factory in...
After eight years, The Phantom of the Opera is back again to haunt Hong Kong audiences. It's the world's highest-grossing musical, as well as the longest-running show on Broadway, a feat achieved in...
Photos of a dog churning in a washing machine have gone viral since gaining public attention last Thursday. The man who posted the photos on Facebook is thought to have fled to the mainland on...
For most people, the first thing you see when you wake up is a roof over your head. It is that roof which protects you from rainy weather and keeps you warm and safe. You may take shelter for granted...
Professor Robert Ko of HKUST believes that the city's passionate young scientists deserve as much of a chance to pursue their dreams as its business students.
Every Monday we ask our Brain Game contestants one interesting, thought-provoking or just plain quirky question. Readers can vote for their FAVOURITE answer and we will eliminate the contestant with...
With all the new young adult books available, we often dismiss the idea of reading anything published before 2000. But the classics are accessible, entertaining, and thought-provoking.
In Hong Kong, life is easy. When we want water, we turn on the tap. There are restaurants and supermarkets on every corner, and we can take the MTR almost everywhere. But not everyone has it so easy...