Lung King Heen: Hong Kong

Posted on September 22, 2009 Under Travel

Asking a seasoned traveler for the name of a good Chinese restaurant is like searching online for a custom made shirt. With no chance to feel the hand of the fabric or compare that particular shade of blue you like…

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Okay, now I'm really in China.

Posted on September 8, 2009 Under Life

I arrived safely in Dalian. I think if I squint, I can see the forbidden coasts of North Korea from here. Only kidding (sort of). Dalian is actually a pretty good looking city at night.  Very modern and well lit…

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Headed to China and Japan

Posted on September 4, 2009 Under Travel

Remember last year when I went to Mainland China and Japan? I'm going again"“ leaving on Sunday (and checking out the new Cathay Pacific Seats on my way there). Speaking of which, I should probably start packing, eh? The primary purpose…

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Win In China

Posted on May 21, 2009 Under Art

Capitalism was long seen as a dirty word in the far eastern reaches of the globe, but in lieu of their own Market revolution China serves as a beacon of commerce and industry the world over where new heroes are…

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The Luxe Manor: Hong Kong

Posted on November 13, 2008 Under Travel

On my recent trip through China, I was lucky enough to be a guest at The Luxe Manor hotel in Hong Kong. Even despite the typhoon, I had a very nice stay and would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone…

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(Re)introducing Huili

Posted on September 3, 2008 Under Fashion

Perhaps we owe it to the age of connectivity or a new generation that are working hard to get the world to notice, but we are starting to hear about obscure fashion and design brands from China. Companies like Warrior…

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Michael Young x ODM

Posted on August 22, 2008 Under Fashion

We love Michael Young and ODM's watches and we've got the blog post to prove it. Now they have joined forces to create the "Zen" SV27-1 Commemorative Watch to honor Hong Kong's return to China and the innovative brands that…

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SinoSteel International Plaza

Posted on August 8, 2008 Under Eco

The Beijing skyline will be the subject of many establishing shots during this summer's Olympics, but in the years to come all eyes might shift towards Tianjin. BoHai Bay in China's third largest urban area will be the future home…

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Remember Tibet

Posted on August 4, 2008 Under Life

Ever since Beijing was picked to be the site of the Olympics (which, as we all know, starts on Friday) controversy has ensued. From concerns about pollution to censored web access, issues leading up to the Games are only going…

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Posted on July 11, 2008 Under Fashion

Ben Walters has been busy. He's traveled across the nation and around the world, before finally calling Shanghai home. In 2007, he turned his focus to the shoe industry, starting ospop. The brand's first offering are the Tian Lang Trainers,…

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