HK: Why aren’t there any washrooms in the stations?
YHW: We’ve always been aware of public discontent about this. However, building washrooms in the older stations can be complicated as the sewage system may not be compatible with the current structure. Crime and hygiene are also of...
HK Magazine: How did you fall in love with the game?
Matthew Jung: I started playing when I was 10, and was naturally gifted at putting the ball in the basket. I fell in love immediately, and built a basket in the driveway, never leaving it until the end of high school. I’ve played in Hong...
I have been to New York, Boston and San Francisco and saw how Aids has affected people’s lives. I don’t want the Chinese to repeat the same mistake.
People say diabetes and arthritis patients don’t deserve to suffer whereas Aids patient totally deserve the pain. That is so wrong....
1. Xi Yan Culinary Art (3/F, 231-233 Queens Road East, Wan Chai, 9020-9196). “The food is consistently good. The staff are pleasant and the presentation is flawless. You’ll find several nice pieces of art. Their mouth-watering chicken indeed lives up to its name!”
Bigger and Loving It
Emily Leung, 24, had her breasts augmented from 34B to 34D when she was 20 years old. We talk to her about how happy she is with her new breasts.
HK Magazine: What made you decide to have surgery? Were you scared?
Emily Leung: Almost every one of my female friends has done it...
Listening to now:
“The Truth” by Handsome Boy Modeling School
60 seconds interview questions
In your pocket now:
Most hated band:
Sun Boys and F4
Stranded on a desert island with who?
My BF, of course!
Emo kids on MySpace...
HK Magazine: Why did you come to Hong Kong?
Lam Sai-Wing: Life was tough in China when I was small. We had literally nothing to eat and nowhere to call home, so I decided to look for a job in Hong Kong. I came as an illegal immigrant. There was the Touch Base Policy then, so as long as we illegal...
HK Magazine: Why is cricket such a great spot?
Munir Dar: Well, it’s a lot of fun for all ages. It can be quite challenging and you have to really work as a team so it’s a great sport to play with friends. Its very skills-based so you do have to be passionate and dedicated also. But it...
It all started when I became a dancer in TVB in the mid-80s. But my family was so well-off that I decided to leave after a few years. Well, that’s a lie. I needed something that paid more at that point. That’s why I quit.
I began singing in nightclubs and lounges to make ends meet after...
1. The Brunch Club (70 Peel St., SoHo, 2526-8861) “Midweek this place is nice and quiet. They have plenty of couches, a courtyard and magazines for you to buy. I took 'The Time Traveler’s Wife' here – I’ve never been so passionate about a book!”
2. Portobello (9...