For the next instalment of our ‘On The Job’ series, we find out what it takes to become a professional dancer.
Ken Fok turned sport into his career.
A hotel health club instructor must be fit, flexible and, most of all, friendly to all the guests and clients.
Concierge clerk Marco Lee from The Langham Hong Kong loves his job.
A concierge always puts the guests first and will do whatever it takes to ensure visitors to our city have an enjoyable stay in our top hotels.
Training centre graduate Sakura Leung with some tools of the bakery trade.
It is uncommon to see a girl working in a bakery, but Sakura Leung Wai-yi, 22, is determined to be a baker because she loves seeing people enjoy her bread.
Kaylie Chan visits her human and canine clients at their homes.
If you love animals and aren't afraid of a few energetic customers, then dog grooming could be the choice for you
Ku Tin-fung is working his way up the kitchen ladder.
Becoming a head chef may take time and a lot of hard work, but it can bring big rewards.
James Wong says matching food and wine is one of the main responsibilities of a sommelier.
Sommeliers need a good memory, a keen sense of taste, and a passion for wines
Ivan Chan, of Hongkong International Terminals
Negotiating skills, keeping your cool, and being able to handle money are important for working in procurement
Jay Leung on duty at the InterContinental Grand Stanford Hong Kong.
Technicians working in the hotel industry need to have a range of skills to deal with plumbing, air-conditioning, electrical wiring and lighting.
Aircraft engineer Alex Ang inside a hangar at Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company.
Helping to maintain aircraft so they are in perfect working order is challenging but rewarding
There are no specific academic qualifications to become an image consultant. But what you do need is a good taste in fashion and some knowledge about ...