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Hong Kong’s internet cafes may have fallen into ruin, but a few hidden gems have survived by reinventing themselves as gaming paradises
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Rapper Lucas Scibetta speaks about his growth as an artist and how his upcoming album has a more multicultural voice.
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The French DJ, songwriter, and record producer was in Hong Kong earlier this month for the EDM music fest, and revealed how he remains relevant.
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Six years on from her incredible self-titled debut, French songwriter Melody Prochet (AKA Melody’s Echo Chamber) makes up for the wait, with an exciting and unpredictable return, Bon Voyage.
When most people refer to “classical music”, they mean something from what is known as the “common-practice” period from 1600-1910. This encompasses the baroque, classical and romantic eras.
America's leader is famous for saying some pretty ... interesting things. But how many of these statements did he really make?
We don’t know if we want to hate to love, or love to hate, these films. But one thing’s for sure – we can’t seem to stop ourselves from watching them.
In honour of the rare sighting of a Chinese pangolin in Hong Kong, here are five cool facts about these armoured animals.
An anti-LGBT group has revealed that copies of 10 children’s books about homosexuality and transgendered people have been moved to the closed stacks section of Hong Kong Public Libraries (HKPL).
The combat and graphics are good, but it’s the individual storylines of seemingly random characters that will have you coming back for more.
There’s a whole bunch of new Pokemon games coming to mobile devices and the Nintendo Switch. One of them, Pokemon Quest, is available now for free on Switch and will soon be available for iOS and Android.
Sometimes the best ideas for a cracking book are the simplest. Take four mismatched kids, strand them in the middle of the Amazon jungle, and challenge them to get home.
Seven years after their first album, Arcade Rock, Hong Kong-based band The Sleeves recently released their long overdue second effort Deliverance – 51 minutes of brazen guitar solos and driving rock songs of a bygone era.