Light up the party this holiday season with a sound-activated t-shirt that flashes to the beat.
Meet the players who indulge in fantasy war-games from the safety of their table-tops.
Hong Kong is a fast-changing city, where malls, residential blocks and entire neighbourhoods seem to transform constantly but there are some corners of the territory that have remained almost unchanged for more than a century. The cemeteries of Happy Valley are an open history book telling the stories of old Hong Kong and the different communities that turned it from a sleepy fishing village into a city on the doorstep of China.
Happy Veggies is a restaurant that serves up healthy, vegetarian fare while providing an opportunity for the deaf and hearing-impaired to work alongside hearing colleagues.
Store-bought bottled water has a huge energy footprint, and if it's imported, a huge carbon footprint too. Varsity introduces a more environmentally-friendly alternative, a refillable bottle that comes with a replaceable filter.
Some of Hong Kong's temples have swapped dark smoky interiors for clean marble, LED lights and airy glass walls. They want to provide a tranquil setting for spiritual reflection but devotees seem to have mixed feelings about worship in these modern shrines.
Listen to a dazzling choice of independent music online for free, or even better, upload and share your own.
Treat yourself to samples of the latest beauty products, customised to your tastes and delivered to your door.
Hong Kong’s traditional Chinese bakeries stay the course despite fierce competition
Popular App enables users to experience the inconvenience of being disabled by holding onto a button on their smartphone