French artist Invader is internationally known for his pixellated mosaic “space invaders” which he has placed in over 60 cities around the world for almost 20 years. I first noticed these installation art pieces in Paris last year, before realizing Hong Kong is probably better suited. After… Read More
The most talked about catwalk during Paris Fashion Week just arrived in Hong Kong.
You guys already saw how the flat looked on move-in day, and today you get to see how it looks now that we’re all settled.
I remember years before I ever thought of moving to Hong Kong, while still in Dallas, I wanted to escape the city grime life of Uptown, to the more relaxed tranquility of Las Colinas (a western suburb). I was tired of all the city noise,… Read More
There may not be an extravagant firework display, but nonetheless, today marks a historic day for Hong Kong. On January 26, 1841, the British Royal Navy landed on Hong Kong Island and Commodore Sir Gordon Bremer raised the first Union Jack flag at Possession Point,… Read More
Imagine for a moment, you’re a struggling artist living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. How would you go about creating your brand? How would you market and merchandise your product? How would you obtain consumer feedback? It would kind of Suck To… Read More
I just finished a 3 day (83 hours, to be exact…) vegetable and fruit juice cleanse. Not one bite of food for 3 days. Not one adult beverage for 3 days. But more shocking than any of that…
Marks & Spencer opened their 3rd stand-alone food store in Hong Kong today. Located in Soho, directly below Pure Fitness on Hollywood Road near Lynhurst Terrace, city commuters heading home on the escalator now have food shopping made easy.
I recently moved to Hollywood Road, which defines HK’s most popular and trendy neighborhood called Soho (area just south of Hollywood Road).