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ArtsTop Stories Of The Week: April 28-May 4

Top Stories Of The Week: April 28-May 4

Top Stories Of The Week: April 28-May 4
By Hong Kong Tatler
May 05, 2019
Our May cover star Genting Group's Loui Lim, 60 Hong Kong scions who are making their mark and 10 Hong Kong events you can't miss this month

1/5Making Waves: How Genting Group's Loui Lim Is Rocking The Boat

Loui Lim (Photo: Dino Busch/Hong Kong Tatler)
Loui Lim (Photo: Dino Busch/Hong Kong Tatler)

Genting Group scion Loui Lim is determined to put his own stamp on the empire built by his forebears. Our May 2019 cover star speaks to Hong Kong Tatler about a new generation of Asian travellers and how he is modernising the luxury cruise experience.

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See also: Loui Lim: What It's Like To Go On A Kindness Walk

2/560 Hong Kong Scions Who Are Making Their Mark

Well travelled, well spoken and well educated, Hong Kong’s scions are making their mark on the city, whether they’re taking the helm of the family company or forging their own paths. Get to know the movers and shakers who are shaping conversations about the best ways to make the world a better place.

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3/5Jeremy Jauncey Of Beautiful Destinations Shares His Top Travel Spots

Photo: Courtesy of Jeremy Jauncey
Photo: Courtesy of Jeremy Jauncey

Jeremy Jauncey, founder of Beautiful Destinations, takes us on a tour of stunning spots in these beautiful countries that cater to the very best in luxury travel.

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See also: Mongol Magic: Inside Mongolia's Exclusive Mutton Cup Polo Tournament

4/510 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In May 2019

Photo: Courtesy of The City Contemporary Dance Company
Photo: Courtesy of The City Contemporary Dance Company

The festival scene takes in music, wellness and beer this May, with plenty of dance, opera, pop and comedy in between.

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See also: 10 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions To See In May

5/5First Look: The New Sushi Shikon At Landmark Mandarin Oriental

Photo: Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental
Photo: Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental

The three Michelin-starred sushi restaurant Sushi Yoshitake has relocated to Landmark Mandarin Oriental, which presents traditional Edomae sushi using the best ingredients from Japan.

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See also: Review: Silencio Has Art, Fancy Décor And All That Jazz. But What About The Food?

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ArtsTop StoriesGenting GroupLoui LimMay Cover StoryScionsHong Kong ScionsJeremy JaunceyHong Kong EventsSushi YoshitakeLandmark Mandarin Oriental

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