Bar review: J.Boroski, Hong Kong

J.Boroski is the Hong Kong outpost of a popular Bangkok cocktail bar by the same name, with both interiors designed by Aussie Ashley Sutton (of Iron Fairies Bangkok and Ophelia Hong Kong fame). Despite only opening a few years ago, the cocktails at the ... ( read original story ...)

Week in pictures: Hong Kong

Last week has been busy for the Hong Kong’s drinks industry. The drinks business Hong Kong hosted the inaugural Asian Masters Cabernet Sauvignon competition, Berry Bros & Rudd held a Rhone 2015 en primeur tasting, Ned Goodwin MW flew in for an animated ... ( read original story ...)

$60-million ‘Pink Star’ diamond goes back on sale in April

The diamond was presented by Sotheby’s in London ahead of the auction in Hong Kong on April 4. In November 2013, a Geneva auction of the stone fetched a world record $83-million but the buyer, New York-based diamond cutter Isaac Wolf, could not pay up ... ( read original story ...)

Fashion renaissance: from slick city to hip Hong Kong

Soulless supermalls housing luxury labels, traditional suit tailors, and markets full of cheap designer knock-offs, Hong Kong's flaccid fashion scene has long struggled to compete with the sartorial cool of Tokyo's Harajuku, or the street style of Hongdae ... ( read original story ...)

Hong Kong is World’s Most Expensive Office Market

ft. per year and Hong Kong (West Kowloon) (US$163 per sq. ft.) was third. Rounding out the top five were two Chinese markets -- Beijing (Finance Street) (US$179 per sq. ft.) at #2 and Beijing (Central Business District (CBD)) (US$156 per sq. ft.) ( read original story ...)