I was really lucky to get VIP tickets from a friend to the preview of Digital Art Fair Asia 2021 – the debut in Hong Kong and a personal tour from James Neary himself, the co-founder of the fair. Turkish American artist Refik Anadol’s genius masterpieces headlined the show. I was first acquainted with his […]

Looking forward to the reopening of borders – God knows when. One thing we really miss about Macao is the dining scene. Here’s a story I wrote for Travel Weekly for MGTO.

This has got to be one of my favourite cities and I’ve tried to pitch several articles for the past year since my first trip there in January 2019 – that feels like a lifetime ago with Covid19 and the temporary halt on everyone’s lives. Instead of buying more time for my next pitches in […]

I discovered this little print store Odd One Out tucked away off St Francis Street (up a little flight of stairs) at the junction corner of the Monocle Store and bought a whole bunch of print cards. I must have walked passed plenty of times over the years and didn’t know of their existence until […]

The Art Macao festival runs through October and here are some highlights on Art inspired menus as well as creative cocktails to make the best out of your trip to Macao.

My story on Art Macao for Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia August 2019.

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I’ve been to Zurich once very briefly crossing the German border nearly 20 years ago, so it was really nice to be back and get taken around by my local Swiss German friend. There’s so much to be said about Zurich, but I think it’s better to leave you with snippets of my trip in […]

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It’s the time of the year – Art Month! Hong Kong Art Central and Art Basel. I had fallen so far behind blogging and have just rejuvenated this space in 2019 – not bothered who’s reading or who ends up here but keeping up with a habit that always sparked joy. Don’t worry this year’s […]

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I was watching a spiders documentary last night on TV5 and was reminded of the fascinating exhibition we went to last November at Palais de Tokyo. The concept was brilliant and using house spiders in the environment’s eco system to tell many stories in space and time. Tomas Saraceno’s ON AIR brought this whole new cosmos […]

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The Louisana Art Museum in Copenhagen is definitely worth a visit, it’s a 35minutes train ride out of the city from Central station and it’s probably easier purchase your return train tickets along with admission (210 Danish Kronens). It’s a ten minute walk through a residential estate to get to the museum, so don’t panic […]

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