Top Stories Of The Week: July 21-27
1/5 7 Things to Know About Song Hye-Kyo
Song Hye-Kyo, 37, may be one of South Korea’s biggest stars, but she’s kept a relatively low profile throughout her 23-year career. On the heels of her exclusive interview with Tatler Asia, we take a look at her time in the spotlight.
2/5 The Tatler Guide To Art Galleries In Sheung Wan
Undoubtedly one of Hong Kong’s trendiest neighbourhoods, Sheung Wan is home to hip restaurants, bars, pop-up stores, cafés and some of the city’s most interesting galleries. Here are our must-see sites to appreciate the arts there.
3/5 Sonia Cheng Announces The Opening Of Rosewood Residences
In March, when Rosewood Hotel Group CEO Sonia Cheng opened the company’s first outpost in Hong Kong, she raised the city’s hospitality standards to new heights. Now, she’s elevating luxury residential living with the launch of Rosewood Residences.
See also: Rosewood Hong Kong: How Sonia Cheng Is Bringing Ultra-Luxury Hospitality Home
4/5 The Best Schools In Hong Kong For An IB Education
As an international city, it only makes sense for Hong Kong to have so many options for International Baccalaureate (IB) schools. The IB programme prides itself on being a prestigious curriculum that is recognised across the globe for educating worldly, knowledgeable thinkers.
To help you determine the right education stream for your children, we've compiled a list of the top international schools in Hong Kong that currently offer the IB programme.
See also: Hong Kong Tatler Schools Guide
5/5 Restaurant Review: Quality Kappo Delights Just Around The Kona Of Tai Hang
Kappo cuisine, a small-plate format of Japanese fare, has been a popular trend recently, from Top 20 Best Restaurant Haku to this year’s newly opened Ryota Kappou Modern. It requires all-rounded consistency applied to a wide variety of dishes and disciplines.
New to the game is Kona, a rather hidden Japanese eatery in Tai Hang, tucked away in a quiet part of the neighbourhood. If it’s any help with directions, there is a lit sign for the restaurant under Little Tai Hang, a few steps beside Second Draft.
See also: Roganic To Host Singapore’s Jaan In British-Themed Four-Hands Collaboration This September