Tatlergram: What Have Hong Kong’s Most Eligible Bachelors Been Up To?
Loui Lim, the handsome vice president of Dream Cruises, has been busy jet-setting all over the world. His latest sighting? Looking ever so tousled in the penthouse suite of the Waldorf Astoria Berlin.
Mario, the son of Stanley Ho and businesswoman Angela Leong, successfully launched Macau's first-ever Esports Carnival this summer and has been celebrating birthdays with his close friends.
Harris, the creative director of Hong Kong fashion brand Moiselle, has been especially busy this summer, having recently completed his 68th interview feature of the year. He was last seen posting from the sandy beaches of Alicante in Spain.
Thibault, who co-founded Pont des Arts with Arthur de Villepin, is known to split his time between Hong Kong and Bordeaux. But that's not all, he was also recently spotted in London, Tokyo and Hangzhou for a variety of wine events.
When he's not tagging rhinos for conservation in South Africa, Ivan Pun of Pun + Projects is travelling to places like London, Paris and Provence by private jet, of course.
Art buff Alan Lau isn't just a senior partner at McKinsey & Company, he also co-chairs Hong Kong arts organisation Para Site and is one of the first local donors to the city’s M+ museum of visual culture.
While he's not one for posting selfies, he couldn't resist taking this shot from the public toilet of the Yayoi Kusama Museum in Tokyo (of all places!).
From Canadian glaciers to Marrakech rooftops, Jonathan Cheung’s travels are the stuff of envy. The co-founder of Buzz Agency recently posted a throwback to a recent trip he made to Elizabethan mansion, Longleat, for a friend's stag do.
Want more? See our full list of Hong Kong's most eligible bachelors of 2018 and Asia's top 50 bachelors.