Long Live Live Shows!
People crave for live shows as the pandemic situation eases. By Lilac Ye University student...
Boccia – A Game with No Barriers
Boccia is a ball game that can be played by the able-bodied, the disabled and the elderly. It's a paralympic sport in which Hong Kong has an impressive track record. Yet few in Hong Kong have heard of it. Varsity takes a closer look.
April 2012 – Hong Kong’s Ailing Health System
Hong Kong has one of the better public health systems in the world but the system is groaning under the challenge of an aging...
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...
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.
Eat, Taste, Blog
Food writers and restaurant reviewers are some of the most envied people in the media, especially in food-crazy Hong Kong. These jobs were once the preserve of the expert and the famous, but with the advent of food blogging, anyone with a love of food and an internet connection can be a food writer. Varsity meets some of the city's leading food bloggers and traditional food critics.
Making Sweet Fruit Music
Contemporary musicians in Hong Kong experiment with home-made instruments - fashioned with various fruit and vegetables. By Krizto Chan
The Feng Shui Hobbyists
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practise with a very contemporary following. And you don't have to be a professional to use feng shui principles to try to turn your life around in a better direction. Varsity meets the feng shui hobbyists.
Crowdfunding makes dreams come true
Crowdfunding, already popular overseas, is making inroads in Hong Kong as a way to raise money for charities, artists, filmmakers, programmers, entrepreneurs and others interested in creative projects. But can it really succeed here? Varsity talks to people who have managed to fund their projects through clicks on the internet.