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ArtsTop Stories Of The Week: July 28-August 3

Top Stories Of The Week: July 28-August 3

Top Stories Of The Week: July 28-August 3
Photo: Vinci Ng for Hong Kong Tatler
By Helen Yu
By Helen Yu
August 04, 2019
Get caught up on the top stories on Hong Kong Tatler this week

1/5Ronna Chao Of Novetex Is Closing The Loop In Sustainable Fashion—Here's How

Ronna wears a jacket and top by Christian Dior, and rings by Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier (Photo: Vinci Ng for Hong Kong Tatler)
Ronna wears a jacket and top by Christian Dior, and rings by Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier (Photo: Vinci Ng for Hong Kong Tatler)

Our latest August issue features Novetex chairman—Ronna Chao as the cover star, who is pioneering a waterless upcycling process to help alleviate overproduction in the fashion industry. She speaks to us about how family and education have shaped her core personal and corporate values.

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See also: Behind The Scenes: Ronna Chao, Chairman Of Novetex Textiles And Sustainable Fashion Pioneer

2/510 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In August 2019

Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Ballet
Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong Ballet

From classical music and ballet performances to pop concerts and stand-up comedy, there’s plenty of heat in the calendar this August.

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See also: 10 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions To See In August 2019

3/5Hong Kong's Most Luxurious Cinema Experiences

Photo: Courtesy of Movie Movie Cityplaza
Photo: Courtesy of Movie Movie Cityplaza

While Hong Kong has no shortage of cinemas covering the latest Hollywood blockbusters, film festival screenings and local classics, it can be difficult to find a place that offers you luxury, comfort and a premium visual experience all at once.    

We've selected some of Hong Kong's most high-end, luxurious cinemas for you to catch your next flick in style.

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See also: UA Cinema Brings Hong Kong's First IMAX® Laser To K11 MUSEA

4/5This Super Luxurious Hong Kong Tram Has A Bar, A Balcony And More

The Chantom House features cushioned seating and islands of champagnes.
The Chantom House features cushioned seating and islands of champagnes.

Since 1904, Hong Kong’s double-decker trams—known affectionately as the "ding ding" to locals—have been a convenient way to commute and sightsee the northern side of the city.

Now, The Peninsula Hong Kong, owned by Tatler Lister Michael Kadoorie, is offering hotel guests an ultra-luxe way to tour the island with its custom tram that’s decked out with a bar, balcony and air conditioning.

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See also: Making An Entrance: The Most Over-the-top Luxury Hotel Arrivals in Asia

5/5A Food Lover’s Guide To Portland, Oregon

Modernised Korean dishes at Han Oak (Photo: Cleo von Siebenthal)
Modernised Korean dishes at Han Oak (Photo: Cleo von Siebenthal)

Portland has something many cities do not: access to incredible produce and meats from the magnificent Willamette Valley, allowing chefs to play with a plethora of the country’s finest ingredients.

Everyone in Portland really, really cares about good food, good coffee and good cocktails, and this is not an overstatement. Over the years, the smorgasbord of top-notch dining experiences in Portland has made it one of the most interesting places to eat in the United States.

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See also: A Food Lover's Guide To Barcelona

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