How living with Tourette's got easier for this HK artist when she learned to channel her creativity into stunning works of art
Local painter Liane Chu talks about how her neurological disorder has helped her develop her unique art style.
Solving HK’s landfill problem with mushroom power: how this non-profit upcycles organic waste into edible fungus
Processed food waste, woodchips, coffee grounds and other organic waste is put to good use by Trash2Treasure.
Halloween candy taste test 2018: From eyeball gummies to witches’ fingers, which spooky treats are worth buying in HK?
Halloween: the only time of year when we actually want our sweets to look disgusting. Here are some of this year’s best, and worst, offerings.
The writer and traveller famously 'disappeared' last year on a trip to Papua New Guinea.
From lighthearted fun to truly terrifying, here are our top picks to revisit this Halloween season.
What is stage management? HK students get a behind-the-scenes crash course in a production of Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’
While we’re busy watching a story unfold on stage, the real drama is taking place behind the curtain.
HK performer MC Fat Joe talks hip hop, break dancing and why shows like ‘The Rap of China’ only touch the surface of this complex culture
Joe Chong, better known as MC Fat Joe, explains why the hip hop subculture is still misunderstood.
Asia's highest-ranked mixed martial artist Chan 'Korean Zombie' Sung-jung said fighters should be good role models for children.
As US teen loses his sight, friends and strangers turn to crowdfunding to help him complete his visual 'bucket list'
Chicago student Josh Bangert is going blind from an eye disease but says he isn't afraid, thanks to the support of his family and friends.
Dressed in a red and silver sequined jacket, 13-year-old Muhamed Balikhanov holds a long pole as he slowly rides a bicycle along a tightrope suspended several metres off the ground.