Whether you’re a shopaholic or not, you must visit them all.
Taiwanese comic artist Jie Jie lives in Hong Kong and keeps an illustrated diary.
Cityzen by Azin collections feature dresses and scarves with intricate topographical detailing — New York, London, Los Angeles and more. Tehran is particularly lovely.
Here he is posing with Raekwon and Ghostface Killah in a Wu-Tang Clan t-shirt for your viewing pleasure.
May the force of a good employer recommendation be with you, young Padawan. Life after college is hard.
Was “awesome” even necessary to put in the title?
Typhoon Usagi slammed into southern China on Sunday evening, killing at least 25 people. Update: Heavy rains pummeled the Philippines, triggering landslides Monday that killed at least 20 people, and raising the death toll to 47 across Asia.
Asian actors don’t often get starring roles in Hollywood, but these guys — American and otherwise — prove they’re leading men too.
“I’ve never met anyone so eager to give Beijing a rimjob.” On Chinese social media, Jackie Chan is persona non grata.
Updating: Snowden has left Hong Kong and is believed to be seeking political asylum in Ecuador, Iceland, and possibly other countries. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange would only say that Snowden is currently in a “safe place.”
Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong on an Aeroflot flight to Moscow, according to the South China Morning Post. The Hong Kong government has confirmed that Snowden “left Hong Kong today,” in a statement released early Sunday morning.
A source told The New York Times Snowden is staying in an apartment controlled by the Hong Kong government’s security branch.
Poll respondents call source of NSA leaks a hero; protesters call Obama “big brother” and “the oppressor.” The Simpsons Movie explains it all.
Finding beauty in urban clutter.
At the recent Miss Hong Kong beauty pageant, scandal was everywhere. The voting system? Allegedly hacked. The makeup room? Apparently full of dangerous germs. And the emcee? Possibly involved in illicit romances. Here’s a recap.
Wow…she looks great for 40,000-years-old. This is Lubya, a mummified baby mammoth calf. She’ll be going on display in Hong Kong this week. Too bad she’s not as wooly as this chap.
I’m blinded by the Stupid.
Is that a Fabergé egg in your heel or are you just happy to see me? Time to dial it back when models have to show off shoes by holding them in their hands.
In this densely packed city, a six foot rabbit hutch can run upwards of $200 a month. With no cooking facilities and only a public bath, some residents have lived this way for thirty years.
Oh, Hong Kong. Where else could you find a peel-able grape and vanilla flavored banana popsicle? Your move, Japan.
The fact this man is single is a crime against humanity. What lady doesn’t love flowers and pianos? View Image ›
This 344 square foot Hong Kong apartment transforms into 24 different designs using sliding walls and fold-out shelves. [Ed Note: Stay tuned for Apartment Transformer 2, where Michael Bay blows this shit up to a Nickelback soundtrack.] Watch Video ›
Hong Kong authorities Thursday ordered all primary schools in the city to be closed for two weeks after the first cluster of local swine flu cases was found.
Because of one case of swine flu, more than 300 guests are quarantined in the Metropark Hotel in Hong Kong. Almost 300 people died of SARS in Hong Kong, so they’re extra-careful. Police in face masks guard the entrance and sort out takeout orders. Americans order pizza, but the French consulate is sending their citizens poulet a la moutarde. One guest was spotted at a window with a sign that said, “We will exchange information for beer and food and cigarettes.” Read More ›
Alain Robert, the “French Spider-Man”, has scaled a 62-storey Hong Kong skyscraper barehanded for the second time. View Image ›
Happy Boxing Day! The holiday celebrated by countries in the ‘Commonwealth of Nations’ — which includes our neighbors to the north — is today. And no, its purpose is not to get rid of the boxes from Christmas gifts.