All the World’s a Stage – Site-specific Performance in Hong Kong

Reporter: Victor Chan As diners sip milk tea and read their newspapers, enjoying a meal in between hectic schedules at a classic Hong Kong-style diner...

Hong Kong Men Embrace Beauty and Fashion

Reporter: Crystal Chui Tsz-ying It is a weekday evening at a Hong Kong coffee shop. Men in suits and young office ladies turn their heads...

Read All About Me!

Hear the real-life stories of living 'books' at Hong Kong's Human Library events.

Virtual Districts

More and more people are forming online groups for the districts where they live, and some of these groups are building connections in the real world with events like street fairs and screenings of a football World Cup qualifier.

Save Our Seas

Kayakers, stand-up paddle boarders, and rowers have explored Hong Kong’s spectacular coastal scenery for years, but increasing amounts of rubbish and pollution means those marine paradises are far from unspoiled.

Making Sweet Fruit Music

Contemporary musicians in Hong Kong experiment with home-made instruments - fashioned with various fruit and vegetables. By Krizto Chan

Fasten Your Seatbelt

There is no denying that car-racing in Hong Kong has been in the doldrums in recent years. While nearby Macau hosts an annual Grand Prix, Hong Kong does not even have a car-race track. Few are aware of the city's glorious racing past, but now, some local motorsports enthusiasts are planning to revive car and kart racing in Hong Kong.

Collecting Childhood Memories

It's not just the faces of children that will light up when they unwrap toys this Christmas. Varsity meets the adults whose passion is to collect old toys. For them, the toys are not just mere objects for play but the key to childhood and collective memories.

Humour out of Chaos

Hong Kong has a long tradition of poking fun at society through satire; now political satire is everywhere in light of events like Occupy Central and Hong Kong’s fraught relations with China, to the point where a spoof awards show can pack Queen Elizabeth Stadium.

Groom to Bloom

Just as Hong Kong parents sign up for parenting classes, pet-owners have been signing up for pampering classes. There they learn how to shear, trim, clip and brush their pets. The craze for pet grooming has spawned an thriving pet spa industry but some animal welfare experts question whether the pets really enjoy their treatments.