Sarah Clarke

Sarah Clarke

Hong Kong

Hong Kong: World's largest contemporary art fair opens

The fair showcases 242 galleries from 35 countries under one roof.

Hong Kong: World's largest contemporary art fair opens

Asia Pacific

Hong Kong bunkers from WWII repurposed as wine cellars

Some would argue that Hong Kong is the wine capital of the world.

Hong Kong bunkers from WWII repurposed as wine cellars

Hong Kong

Hong Kong's bamboo: Project gives material new purpose

Innovators in Hong Kong are finding different ways to use the flexibility of bamboo in the building industry.

Hong Kong's bamboo: Project gives material new purpose

Asia Pacific

Pompeo answers Pyongyang accusation: 'The world is a gangster'

In Japan, the secretary of state and US allies presented a united front and reaffirmed their commitment to the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula despite negative reviews of his conduct from North Korea.

Pompeo answers Pyongyang accusation: 'The world is a gangster'

Hong Kong

Chinese New Year and the ancient art of Feng Shui

Arranging spaces to maximise harmony and, many believe, to attract good fortune is an ancient Chinese practice that comes to the forefront every Chinese New Year.

Chinese New Year and the ancient art of Feng Shui

Hong Kong

Hong Kong protest leaders freed from prison

A stunning victory for the Umbrella Movement's Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow.

Hong Kong protest leaders freed from prison

Hong Kong

Porcelain apprentices needed in Hong Kong

Master craftsmen in Hong Kong are all over 70 and have reached retirement age.

Porcelain apprentices needed in Hong Kong

China

Hong Kong light pollution ruins residents' sleep

City's bright lights likely to keep shining due to lack of compulsion for commercial buildings to adhere to voluntary charter.

Hong Kong light pollution ruins residents' sleep

Arts & Culture

UNESCO recognises Hong Kong's Blue House

A landmark building in Hong Kong has finally won World Heritage status after a decade.

UNESCO recognises Hong Kong's Blue House

Asia Pacific

Data show 20 percent of Hong Kong lives in poverty

The divide between the rich and poor in Hong Kong has hit a record high.

Data show 20 percent of Hong Kong lives in poverty

Arts & Culture

Hong Kong’s indigenous fight to save heritage

Hong Kong is renowned for its aggressive real estate market, but there are those who want to save their heritage from being bought up by big developers.

Hong Kong’s indigenous fight to save heritage

China

China's silk embroidery culture gets a makeover

Silk embroidery is an ancient craft in China and a staple of its national culture.

China's silk embroidery culture gets a makeover