Top Stories Of The Week: May 26-June 1
1/5Anne Wang-Liu On The Charity Projects That Touched Her Heart
Our latest June issue features the inspiring philanthropist—Anne Wang-Liu as the cover star. Having segued from a high-powered career in banking to influential roles in philanthropy, she speaks to us about the importance of nurturing the arts and supporting people with cancer, and how travel is opening her daughters’ minds.
2/5abillionVeg: The New Must-Have App For Plant-based Living
Plant-based food may be all the rage, but why is it still so difficult to find anything to eat other than boxed salads and plant-based burgers? Enter abillionVeg, a new app that promises to make plant-based living (and dining) that much easier. We met the founder of the app, Vikas Garg, to learn more about his goals for abillionVeg and his dreams for a more sustainable world.
3/510 Most Instagram-Friendly Gyms In Hong Kong
It’s no secret that we’re obsessed with Instagram. Whether we’re following Hong Kong’s top trainers, looking for the latest healthy eating trends or trying out new poses inspired by the city’s leading yogis, the social media app is our go-to source of #fitspiration. To help you live your best #sweatlife, we round up the 10 most Instagrammable gyms in Hong Kong.
See also: 10 Male Yogis In Hong Kong To Follow on Instagram
4/5Live From Cannes: Zhang Ziyi Is A Force To Be Reckoned With
In a blush embroidered Monique Lhullier gown, dripping in diamond jewellery by Chopard, Zhang Ziyi presented Antonio Banderas with the Best Actor Award at the closing ceremony of Cannes Film Festival just a few days ago. We got the chance to speak to her about her career and the legacy she hopes to leave behind.
See also: Cannes Film Festival 2019: Trophée Chopard Honours Cinema's Rising Stars
5/510 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions To See In June
From photographs by Diane Arbus to sculptures by Lee Bul, there's something for everyone on show in June.
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