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Summer Music Preview 2012_L
27 May 2012 Even with a limited line-up of musicians coming to the city this summer, there's plenty to cheer about in the world of music, as the recording studios ...
Wayde King (left) and Brett Raymer of Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM)
20 May 2012 Marriage brought Wayde King and Brett Raymer together - well, sort of. They're brothers-in-law: King (above left with Raymer) is married to Raymer's sister ...
Singer Lolo Lo (above) and keyboardist Jimmy Fung of the band ISoFeel.
18 May 2012 It's easy to sing praises about cosmopolitan cities like Hong Kong, where everyone - both men and women - enjoy a standard of living and freedoms that those ...
Paul Chan displays one of the traditional lion heads he has made.
16 May 2012 As a child, Paul Chan Lai-cheung grew up surrounded by Chinese art. His father, Bun, laboured daily at a small paper shop in Central. On the side, Bun ...
Dark Shadows Film_L
13 May 2012 Given all the unusual roles Johnny Depp has played over the years - Edward Scissorhands, Willy Wonka, the Mad Hatter and Captain Jack Sparrow - it comes as a ...
The Trocks may make an unusual sight, but the guys all have a background in dance.
10 May 2012 What do Dame Alicia Markova, Cyd Charisse, Lycette Darsonval and Margot Fonteyn have in common? They are all Russian or French stage names adopted by ...
The Vow Film_L
06 May 2012 Newlyweds Leo (Channing Tatum) and Paige (Rachel McAdams) are involved in a car accident and end up in the hospital in The Vow: he suffers only minor injuries ...
Mim Mak, seen here showing off one of her own unique designs, could have her own label soon.
02 May 2012 Many Hongkongers have long had a passion for all things Japanese. Local fashion designer Mak Chuen-chi certainly has.
Machine Gun Preacher Film_L
29 Apr 2012 With a name like Machine Gun Preacher, you half expect the hero to walk around with a flaming skull. No, it's not a Marvel Comics movie: this is ...
Avengers Film_L
29 Apr 2012 The Avengers falls into the trap of trying to satisfy too many people, from giving each of its onscreen heroes ample exposure, to pleasing both diehard ...

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