Redefining Work And Play
With his latest venture, Morris Sim strives to raise the bar of community offices by offering a distinctive co-working experience for creative dream-chasers.
Chill out with your yacht out
As the world’s jet set descend on Monaco for the world’s greatest superyacht show, local Monégasque residents turn to cryotherapy and lettuce wraps to keep in shape for summer.
In his youth, Bernard Chan endured a life threatening health condition that required extended stays in hospital. The result is a determination to live his life meaningfully.
Music Meets Technology
This charming musical automaton celebrates friendship through vivid movements and mechanical innovations.
Waltzing With The Stars
Heralded as the epitome of ball culture, the Vienna Opera Ball draws prestigious crowds from around the globe to celebrate dance, culture and decadence.
The annual cultural jamboree returns with together 1,700 international and local artists.
Kuala Lumpur is pushing ahead with smart solutions to its notorious and costly traffic jams. But it might take more than new rail infrastructure and a few smart apps to overcome the desire to drive.
Building Tomorrow Land
Hong Kong Telecom boss Alex Arena has his eyes fixed firmly on the future. Getting the government to play ball in a timely fashion might be the tricky bit.
In Search of Authenticity
Shui On Group Chairman Vincent Lo reflects on business, China's property market, the future of Hong Kong, dealing with The Donald, and the need for authenticity in tumultuous times.
Ivory: The Ugly Truth
The fate of African elephants is looking up as Chinese and Hong Kong governments step in with new measures to ban the sale of ivory.
Va Va Voom
Hong Kong’s premier motor celebration returns for its second year with a stunning showcase of prized classic and collector cars alongside motor talks, entertainment and live music.
European joie de vivre, affordable living and world-class dining seemingly on every corner – the Spanish capital holds its own.
With his latest hotel makeover, tennis star turned-hotelier John Hui strives to immerse guests in the iconic beauty of the city by injecting a strong doze of Hong Kong identity in the property.
The French manufacturer gave Richard Orlinski’s animal sculptures a sleek makeover through the art of silversmith.
Toronto Gets Tech
Canada’s business capital is taking aim at AI with big investments, big names, and big breakthroughs.
More Than Morality
Are bioethics and biotechnology allies or adversaries? We look to genome editing for answers.
Making Of A Gem Lover
An exclusive look inside the Laurence Graff Private Collection will turn even the most jaded into a believer.
Man Of Action
Both call Modena home, Massimo Bottura and Maserati are brought together by their forward-thinking vision that is intrinsically tied to the flavours of tradition.
Lessons For A Healthy Business
Fosun Chairman Guo Guangchang would like you to call him a fellow student, even as he aims to take over the China market for middle class living.
Smart City Aspirations
Dr Winnie Tang, chairman of ESRI China and honorary professor in the Department of Computer Science at Hong Kong University, and co-chairwoman of the Smart City Consortium, weighs in on the Hong Kong government’s Smart City Blueprint
Jumping For Joy
Rolex celebrates six decades of partnership with equestrian excellence as it continues to drive support for top riders and rising newcomers in the field.
Out With The Heavy OAK
The new Cali style is subtle and elegant, unlike the oak-heavy blockbusters previously capturing the attention of Hong Kong’s oenophiles.
A First Seat at the Big Table
Being asked to a company directorship may be flattering, and it may also seem like a ticket into the big league. But there’s a lot more to the role than people may realise.