He studiously and sagaciously fulfills his role of collecting art for the company’s museum, and brings a simmering passion to it, too.
Helen Lee is one of China’s vanguard designers changing our connotations with the country’s role in fashion.
The history of jade, which was being excavated or mined as far back as 6000 BC, has taken some interesting turns over the centuries.
Johnnie Mundell once said to never drink whisky alone. He has since modified that statement.
Thrust in the centre of perhaps the most distracted audience—commuters—the Royal British Columbia Museum has installed a new travelling photography exhibition at a metro station in Guangzhou, China.
Chef Ned Bell writes a first-person account of his China explorations.
Inside the court of China's emperors.
For half a millennium, the Forbidden City, the largest enclosed palace complex in the world, was inaccessible to the public. What lay beyond the vermillion walls, nearly eight metres high, could only be imagined.
Beyond casual tourism in Hong Kong.
Travel is not the first idea that comes to mind when watching the news from Hong Kong. But certain travellers may find themselves drawn to what is, for a short time, a city transformed.
There are certain properties whose luxuries are well above the rest. The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong surely makes that list. Perched atop the Airport Express Kowloon Station, this hotel is among the highest buildings in the world.