Milk spas and manicures: A Hong Kong dog’s life

For Hong Kong poodle Cream, grooming goes way beyond a brush and toe-clip — her deluxe once-a-month pampering includes lavender oxygen therapy and a milk bath. As the...

HK singer Denise Ho denied visa to perform in Malaysia because of her ‘support of LGBT community’

Hong Kong Canto-pop singer Denise Ho says she’s been forced to cancel a concert in Kuala Lumpur after Malaysian...

HK singer Denise Ho denied visa to perform in Malaysia because of her ‘support of LGBT community’

Peak Tram fares to increase by 16 percent in March

In Hong Kong it feels like the price of everything is going up: Ocean Park tickets, Disneyland tickets, now tickets for...

Peak Tram fares to increase by 16 percent in March

Court rejects bid to overturn live-in rule for domestic workers

The High Court has quashed a legal challenge against the mandatory requirement that maids live with their employers....

Court rejects bid to overturn live-in rule for domestic workers

The Hungry Lawyer: Sha Tin 18 for Peking Duck, Dongguan Specialties and Relaxation

On February 11, 2009, the first international hotel opened in Hong Kong’s New Territories in the form of the Hyatt...

The Hungry Lawyer: Sha Tin 18 for Peking Duck, Dongguan Specialties and Relaxation

This video of five fit friends paddleboarding around the Thai islands is goals

There’s a scarily authentic Singapore kopitiam in Sapporo that sells Tiger Beer, chicken rice, mee goreng and more

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of Jakarta’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of Singapore’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of KL’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

Hidden Cities: Top Instagrammers snap stunning shots of Manila’s least visited locales (PHOTOS)

OMNIA Dayclub just opened on the cliffs of Uluwatu and it looks like paradise on earth

Uzbekistan to lift visa restrictions for Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia this Saturday

Bangkok’s Best People Watching Bars: Top spots for beers, bar stools, and brazen gazing

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