Hallowe’en Paella from Boqueria
It might look like ashes and baby poop, but this dish is entirely edible. Probably. It’s made of squid ink, saffron aioli, bomba rice, salsa verde, picada sauce, sofrito sauce, lobster stock.
Oct 31. 7/F, LKF Tower, 33...
Oct 25 2013 - 2:04pm
Why party for just one night? Prepare yourself for night after night of spooky fun—just remember to wash your costume.
Dead Not Alive
This is one of the biggest parties in town, if not the biggest. If it’s good enough for the gaggle of celebs and sexy models who show...
Oct 24 2013 - 4:00pm
Bing Sut Bingo
“What’s in a name?” asks Paul Hon Man-por. He owns Pak Lee Café (216 Shau Kei Wan Rd., Sai Wan Ho, 2560-5214), one of the few original bing suts left in the city. Literally “ice chambers,” bing suts originated in the 60s as downmarket cafés. “In...
Oct 18 2013 - 11:59am
A Karst Existence
Langkawi is an archipelago of 104 islands off of Peninsular Malaysia’s west coast, just a stone’s throw from Thailand. The entire island chain has been designated a UNESCO Geopark. Rightly so—the islands are visually dramatic, with a varied geological history...
Oct 18 2013 - 11:41am
A Message from the Dean
Welcome, prospective student, to Hong Kong Magazine University! Here at this school of halfhearted achievement, our whole faculty strives to bring you the finest courses from across the territory. Whether you want to go back into education, or you just didn’t do well...
Oct 17 2013 - 4:00pm
This year, skip Everest. Shrug off the Alps. If action is what you seek, pack your cowboy hat, your bear spray and a spare pair of underwear and head east to Canada’s prairie hub Calgary—the gateway to Banff and the Rocky Mountains.
The Rockies is your ideal...
Oct 11 2013 - 1:42pm
If you want to take a break from pampering yourself and spending hubby’s hard-earned cash in Hong Kong, make like the tai tais and fly all the way to London… to pamper yourself and spend hubby’s hard-earned cash there instead.
Credit cards at the ready...
Oct 11 2013 - 1:32pm
Traveling with mom can be a change of pace. You may not tick all the must-see boxes or find yourself dancing till 4am: but with comfy hotels, leisurely lunches and incredibly efficient transportation, China is home to just the right duo: Hangzhou and Shanghai.
Oct 11 2013 - 1:19pm
The sweltering summer temperatures are finally on the wane, so it’s time to crank up the BBQ in that sweet two-month window between unbearable humidity and miserable cold. Here’s the lowdown of the best places in town to stock up on BBQ supplies.
Step One: Find a Grill
As any seasoned...
Oct 11 2013 - 12:00am
Want to get away this autumn? You’re in luck. Our annual fall travel issue is chock-full of getaways tailored to your most zealous friends: from adrenaline junkies to Instagram addicts, we’ve got your next trip covered.
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Traveling with... your mom
Oct 11 2013 - 12:00am