HK: What do you think your works’ distinguishing features are?
Korean-born, Germany-based painter Song Hyun-sook creates minimalist yet evocative works using tempera—a paint made of eggs and pigment. She tells Jacqueline Garwood about the evolution of her technique, her artistic goals and why she counts her brush strokes.
With a hot and humid summer in full swing, all we crave in this unbearable heat is a light and healthy bowl of greens. Sounds boring, but with a bunch of creative salad restaurants out there, you’ll find no limit to the innovative and health-conscious options.
Jacqueline Garwood uncovers the coolest, healthiest salads in town.
On Starting Up
RabbitHole Coffee and Roaster founder Mike Fung helps customers find the right brew at his very own coffee wonderland. He tells Jacqueline Garwood about Hong Kong’s newfound coffee craze.
So you’ve done all of Thailand, exhausted the rest of Southeast Asia and are tired of having to go through customs every time you want to make a quick escape. Here’s a thought: why not stay IN the city? From beach retreats to outdoor adventures to cultural journeys, Hong Kong’s got staycations of all stripes.
Stay right where you are—the perfect weekend getaway might be closer than you think.
HK Magazine: How does it feel to be named Hong Kong’s top rope skipper at such a young age?
At just 17 years old, Timothy Ho Chu-ting is Asia’s fastest rope skipper and even holds a Guinness World Record with his fellow teammates for jumping the most skips over a single rope in three minutes. Ho talks to Jacqueline Garwood about his passion for jumping rope and his future aspirations.
On Asia vs. Spain
After training at Hofmaan, a respected Barcelonian culinary institution, and working at various Michelin-starred restaurants in Spain, chef Alex Fargas is now the Chef de Cuisine at Fofo by el Willy and president of the recently established Spanish Chef Association in Asia. He tells Jacqueline Garwood about adapting to Hong Kong and bringing a true taste of Spain to the table.