Yesterday Patrick and I met for a quick dinner in Central and we decided to try out a new place that has been on my list for a while: Chôm Chôm. This used to be a private kitchen on Wellington Street, specialising in Vietnamese food. The concept has changed a little, it has become a… Continue reading Review: Chôm Chôm
Ok, so after my blog post on what to do in Kowloon when it rains it's just logical to suggest a few things to do on a wet day on the Island. You could start your day with some Dim Sum to share with friends or family. My personal favourite is North Garden (Address: 1-3/F… Continue reading What to do on a rainy day on Hong Kong Island?
Our next stop took us to Karin Weber Gallery (G/F, 20 Aberdeen Street, Central, Tel. 2544 5004), which was one of the highlights of the ArtWalk. The gallery showcased David Zalben "Wire My World" and as the name said, all the artwork was made out of wire. There was a room, bottles, plugs, glasses, ladies… Continue reading Long summary from the ArtWalk Hong Kong – Part 2 of 2
We started our ArtWalk in the Voxfire Gallery (1/F, 52 Gage Street, Central, Tel. 2581 3358) which is a very contemporary gallery featuring Hong Kong based artists. The show that was running was G.O.L.D which focuses on the everyday life of eight artists and how they live and thrive in a money-riven and financial-focused metropolis,… Continue reading Long summary from the ArtWalk Hong Kong – Part 1 of 2
I am back from the ArtWalk last night in Hong Kong and I really enjoyed it. 66 galleries took part and of course, I did not manage to view half of them (I am not even sure how many I viewed, I need to sit down and count!) but there were some that had really amazing art… Continue reading Short summary from the ArtWalk Hong Kong