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ArtsTop Stories Of The Week: June 16-22

Top Stories Of The Week: June 16-22

Top Stories Of The Week: June 16-22
Photo: @carmenyim/Instagram
By Helen Yu
By Helen Yu
June 23, 2019
Get caught up on the top stories on Hong Kong Tatler this week

1/5Li Ka-shing Donates HK$118 Million To Shantou University

Photo: Getty Images
Photo: Getty Images

Hong Kong's richest man—Li Ka-shing is giving back to the community with a more than generous donation to Shantou University. His eponymous foundation will be providing over HK$113 million in scholarships from 2019 to 2022, which is enough to grant full scholarships for every student enrolling each year.

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See also: Long Live Superman: Li Ka-shing's Enduring Philanthropic Endeavours

2/57 Wonders Of The World To See Before They Disappear

Photo: Britannica
Photo: Britannica

Visiting the wonders of the world is on most people’s bucket list, whether it’s manmade or a natural phenomenon. However, many of these wonders are under threat due to global warming or over-tourism.

We list seven wonders to witness before they disappear, but if you’re planning a visit to one of these breathtaking sites, be sure to do your research and travel in the most eco-conscious way possible

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 See also: Great Escapes: 5 Once-In-A-Lifetime Travel Experiences

3/5Tatlergram: Inside Carmen Yim And Jeffrey Char's Wedding

Photo: @carmenyim/Instagram
Photo: @carmenyim/Instagram

Carmen Yim—the daughter of Stanley Yim of electronic goods manufacturer SAS Dragon Holdings—tied the knot with Jeffrey Char over the weekend in a lavish ceremony at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.

We take a look at some of the highlights from their beautiful big day, as captured by the Tatler community. 

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See also: 5 Things To Know About Sabrina Ho's Engagement Party

4/5Tatler Travels: Sahara Desert Tour In Morocco With Pearl Shek

Pearl Shek in the Sahara
Pearl Shek in the Sahara

The co-founder and director of Apinara Hong Kong—Pearl Shek recounts one of her favourite trips to Morocco so far.

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5/5Preservation Accepted: Mina Park On The Art Of Korean Fermentation

Green plums, known as maesil in Korean, are in season during the month of June. With time, they can be coaxed into silky, intensely flavoured umeboshi (Photography: Mina Park)
Green plums, known as maesil in Korean, are in season during the month of June. With time, they can be coaxed into silky, intensely flavoured umeboshi (Photography: Mina Park)

Mina Park, the founder of Sook—a Korean-inspired food and lifestyle concept based in Hong Kong talks about fermented foods.

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See also:  5 Quick Weekend Getaways From Hong Kong

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ArtsTop StoriesLi Ka ShingWonders of the WorldCarmen YimJeffrey CharWeddingPearl ShekMina Park

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