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Best Of 2018: All Of Our Glamorous Cover Stars In 2018

Best Of 2018: All Of Our Glamorous Cover Stars In 2018
By Hong Kong Tatler
December 26, 2018
What an incredible year it's been. From the opening of Hong Kong's most highly anticipated luxury hotel to the rise of plant-based eating and of course, Tatler's milestone 500th issue. We've had the pleasure of featuring some of the city's most inspiring visionaries across a broad spectrum of industries, all of whom are bringing us into a very exciting future. Read about our 2018 cover stars below:

1/12January: Adrienne Hui

Hong Kong Tatler's Most Stylish Woman of 2017, Adrienne Hui has an innate sense of panache. We talk to her about style, fashion and receiving the award for the city's best-dressed lady.

See also: Meet Adrienne Hui, Hong Kong Tatler's Most Stylish Woman Of 2017

2/12February: Peter Woo

For our February issue, we sat down with Peter Woo to talk about how he re-envisioned the iconic Hong Kong property—The Murray. First built in the 1960s for the purpose of housing government offices, it reopened this year as a sleek new luxury hotel. 

See also: 6 Ways Peter Woo Completely Transformed The Murray, Hong Kong

3/12March: Wolfgang Tillmans and David Zwirner

In March, the most powerful gallerist alive and one of the world’s most famous photographers unveiled their most ambitious collaboration yet—an exhibition of Wolfgang Tillmans’ works at David Zwirner’s new gallery in Hong Kong just in time for art week. 

See also: Wolfgang Tillmans And David Zwirner Land In Hong Kong

4/12April: Pansy Ho

We spoke to Pansy Ho—the eldest daughter of casino mogul Stanley Ho, one of the region’s most accomplished businesswomen and officially Hong Kong's richest woman—follwoing the opening of MGM Cotai in Macau.

See also: Game Changer: Pansy Ho Steers Macau In A New Direction

5/12May: Cathy Lee

Her extensive contribution to charitable causes was recently honoured at a glittering international gala, but Cathy Lee generally eschews the limelight. In our May issue, the philanthropist talked to us about the important things in life.

See also: Giving Back: Why Cathy Lee Is A Role Model For Charity

6/12June: Generation T 2018

Our June issue offered two covers, showcasing seven of the 50 young game changers on this year’s Generation T List

7/12July: Jane Louey

She’s the consummate multi-tasker, an intrepid traveller and a dedicated mother. Jane Louey discusses the important things in life and how she’s passing her love of travel on to her children.

See also: Jane Louey Shares Her Family's Most Memorable Trips

8/12August: David Yeung and Peggy Chan

Vegetarian entrepreneurs David Yeung and Peggy Chan talked to us about their passion for plant-based living, and shared their vision for a more sustainable future.

See also: Peggy Chan And David Yeung On The Rise Of The Meat-Free Movement

9/12September: Dee Poon

After experiencing the alarming consequences of natural disasters, Dee Poon is on a mission to promote sustainability. She talked to us about the big environmental questions—and solutions—that occupy her mind. 

See also: How Dee Poon Is Building A Greener Future

10/12October: Yuri and Julia Milner

2018 marked another important milestone for Hong Kong Tatler—the publication of our 500th issue. We travelled to Silicon Valley to meet Yuri Milner and his wife, Julia, and find out about their quest to solve the question: Are we alone?

See also: Yuri And Julia Milner: Breakthrough Prize Founders On Philanthropy, Science And The Search For Alien Life

11/12November: Emily Lam-Ho

Emily Lam-Ho knows all about overcoming prejudice in forging a successful career in a male-dominated world, and we got to know how she's working to level the playing field between men and women.

See also: Woman On A Mission: Emily Lam-Ho
 

12/12December: Chen Man

Chen Man has almost single-handedly put Chinese photography and models on the global fashion map. She reveals what might be her biggest project yet.

See also: Calling The Shots: Photographer Chen Man On Using Her Fame For Good
 

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