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ArtsTop Stories Of The Week: March 31-April 6

Top Stories Of The Week: March 31-April 6

Top Stories Of The Week: March 31-April 6
By Hong Kong Tatler
April 06, 2019
CEO of the Rosewood Hotel Group Sonia Cheng as cover star, Hong Kong events you can't miss in April and a conversation with designer Paul Cocksedge

1/5Rosewood Hong Kong: How Sonia Cheng Is Bringing Ultra-Luxury Hospitality Home

Sonia and her father (Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler)
Sonia and her father (Photo: Jensen Hoi/Hong Kong Tatler)

Our latest April issue features the CEO of the Rosewood Hotel GroupSonia Cheng as the cover star. With the launch of the Rosewood Hong Kong, she tells us how her family's heritage is woven into the fabric of the ultra-luxury hotel and introduces key creatives who helped bring it to life. 

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See also: Behind The Scenes: Sonia Cheng And The Rosewood Hong Kong Team

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

John Mayer
John Mayer

Music lovers with eclectic tastes are spoilt for choice this April, with a range of opera, jazz, pop, Western classical music and Chinese compositions on offer. 

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3/5K11 ARTUS: Luxury Residence To Open In Hong Kong

Photo: Courtesy of K11 Artus
Photo: Courtesy of K11 Artus

Following the opening of Rosewood Hong Kong earlier this month, K11 Artus is coming to Victoria Dockside, Kowloon's new destination for culture, leisure and luxury.

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See also: K11 Artus “Art In All Its Forms” Party

4/5Paul Cocksedge Walks The Fine Line Between Art And Design

Paul Cocksedge
Paul Cocksedge

Following his design for the Swire Properties VIP Lounge at Art Basel Hong Kong, we caught up with London-based designer Paul Cocksedge.

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

5/5Sushi Zo And Gishiki Lounge To Open At Tai Kwun This April

Photo: Sushi Zo
Photo: Sushi Zo

After the successful launches of a series of restaurants from David Thompson’s Aaharnto esteemed Jiangnan cuisine at Old Bailey, Tai Kwun is set for two new Japanese concepts this spring, as the Hong Kong outpost of Los Angeles’ Sushi Zo is tentatively opening this month, together with a cocktail lounge named Gishiki Lounge. 

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See also: Fortnum & Mason To Debut Its Hong Kong Flagship At K11 Musea This September

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ArtsTop StoriesRosewoodRosewood Hong KongSonia ChengCover StoryHong Kong April EventsK11 ArtusPaul CocksedgeSushi ZoGishiki Lounge

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