Issue: November 08, 2010   (Archive)
Saturday, May 30, 2015   




Game changer
The all-new fifth generation Honda Stepwgn offers ample interior space, great versatility, a promising powertrain and a game-changing rear tailgate system that is as practical and appealing as it is innovative.

Kiwi comforts
Long before it became associated with hobbits, New Zealand was already famous for its amazing range of healthy produce.

Jamie's safe harbor
At Jamie's Italian, it feels like Jamie Oliver is at the table - even if the famous cheeky chappy chef isn't really there.

All set for tea
It's always time for tea - especially with sets as unusual as these.

Salsa special
The Hong Kong Women's Choir's Fiesta Latina is a special one-night performance along with its two sister groups - Nova and The Grace Notes.

Italian repertoire
A concert by Emma Re to celebrate Italy's National Day takes Hongkongers on a journey through the history of Italian music.

Korean connection
Emerging Korean artist Byun Kyung Soo makes a strong impression at The Bitter-Sweet Life.

Now hear this!
Each and every object has its own unique sound, even in a boisterous city such as Hong Kong. If you listen carefully enough to the surroundings, you will find the story behind them.

Hungry for success
Barely six months after opening her first fine-dining Chinese restaurant in Central, Vivien Shek Pui-lam is already back at the drawing board. This time, she has an even greater ambition: devise a plan to make a catering empire out of it.

Functionality to the fore
Recent months have been challenging, both for watchmakers and retailers, because of the nascent smartwatch category and flaccid sales.



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