• 'Hinterland' by Lu Song, oil on canvas, 210 x 140cm, 2015

    'Hinterland' by Lu Song

    Calling all art lovers, Beijing-based artist Lu Song is holding his debut solo exhibition in Hong Kong. Read on to find out more

  • A sculpture of the Sydney Opera House, designed by City University of Hong Kong, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and Black&White (Photo courtesy of Canstruction Hong Kong)

    ‘Can-made’ architecture

    Hundreds of creative minds recently gathered at Canstruction Hong Kong to build iconic world attractions out of cans of food

  • Born in Tel Aviv, Paris-based Arik Levy is a cross-boundary designer who also devotes a lot of his time to creating art (Photo by Dicky Liu)

    A master of his crafts

    Arik Levy makes full use of his freedom of expression by exhibiting his skills as a designer, technician, photographer and filmmaker

  • The public can have a go at different digital fabrication techniques including 3D printing at Art.Fab.Lab

    First digital fabrication lab in Hong Kong

    Dimension+ and K11 Art Mall are offering the public the opportunity to try and learn more about 3D printing and other digital fabrication techniques

  • Scenery in Lei Yue Mun by Chiu Yee Ting Elaine

    Sketch Hong Kong exhibition

    They say a picture tells a thousand words. So what would the stories of Hong Kong be like in pictures?

  • Book explores cultural issues in Kowloon #1

    Book explores cultural issues in Kowloon

    A new book declares Kowloon as a cultural district already in formation, as a parallel proposal to the West Kowloon Cultural District

  • Growing up and still going strong #1

    Growing up and still going strong

    Could Hong Kong’s iconic Old Master Q catapult vernacular comics into prominence in Asia’s world of 'high art'?



    Ambitious by nature, sculptor and graphic designer Raymond Pang believes sports is the best training to help overcome life’s challenges and develop a positive attitude