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ArtsTop Stories Of The Week: September 1-7

Top Stories Of The Week: September 1-7

Top Stories Of The Week: September 1-7
Cindy Chao (Photo: Carter Smith for Hong Kong Tatler)
By Helen Yu
By Helen Yu
September 08, 2019
Get caught up on the top stories on Hong Kong Tatler this week

1/5Master Of Her Fate: Jewellery Artist Cindy Chao On The Road To Success And Family Legacy

Photo: Affa Chan/Hong Kong Tatler
Photo: Affa Chan/Hong Kong Tatler

Our latest September issue features the famed jewellery artist Cindy Chao as the cover star. As multifaceted and vibrant as the magnificent art jewels she creates, she is marking 15 years in the business.

She reflects on the initial hardships of her journey, the landmarks of success and the very special person who has inspired her fierce determination right from the beginning.

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See also: Behind The Scenes: Cindy Chao, The Inspiring Jewellery Artist

2/510 Hong Kong Art Exhibitions To See In September 2019

Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Brent Booth, 21 years old, Des Moines, Iowa, $30 (1990-1992). (© Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner)
Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Brent Booth, 21 years old, Des Moines, Iowa, $30 (1990-1992). (© Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner)

There’s plenty to inspire art lovers this month, with ambitious exhibitions at the city's galleries showcasing both international and local artists.

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See also: 10 Hong Kong Events You Can't Miss In September 2019

3/5Eco Tourism: 5 Ethical Animal Experiences Around The World

Photo: unsplash.com
Photo: unsplash.com

With eco-conscious travel becoming an important topic of conversation, we explore different ways to see wildlife in the most ethical way possible.

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See also: Jeremy Jauncey's 9 Amazing Travel Experiences For Animal Lovers

4/5The Best Cooking Classes In Hong Kong

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Photo: unsplash.com

From dim sum making to mastering Thai or Japanese cuisine, these cooking classes in Hong Kong will take your skills in the kitchen to new heights.

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5/5Where To Eat: Duck & Waffle, Polish Pop-Up At Test Kitchen, Four-Hands Dinners At Haku And Whisk

Photo: Courtesy of Duck & Waffle
Photo: Courtesy of Duck & Waffle

As K11 Musea opens with an extended list of new restaurants from avocado toast haven Avobar to the new Five Guys Burger and Artisan Lounge, Hong Kong’s food scene continues to experience an influx of foreign giants of gastronomy making an appearance this season. Here are our picks for the dining hot spots to hit this fortnight.

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See also: K11 MUSEA Opens In Hong Kong: Here's What You Need To Know

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