Hong Kong figured out how to make shopping malls a sensible part of the urban fabric. Can this model go global?
It takes a lot of work—and a good amount of space—to own a rabbit in one of the world’s densest cities, but this pseudo-petting-zoo fills the void.
The photographer Ward Roberts captures the patterns and colors of Hong Kong’s playgrounds.
Currents of garbage, probably from the Chinese mainland, are befouling beaches and clogging propellers.
A photographer’s solo journey leads to an uniquely beautiful take on the country’s landscapes.
Reduce urban sprawl, for one thing.
The gaping-mouthed receptacles are meant to awaken one's inner parent.
It's both an unsettling illusion and massive movie spoiler.
The result: footage so arresting it should be prescribed as a diuretic.
A Hong Kong developer wants to offer the world a "firsthand" experience of the protests.
Political leaders seemed to admit that they are relatively powerless.
"To have everything or nothing is not the goal. It’s whether we can make a step forward."
Research shows that nonviolent demonstration is more likely to get a movement’s message out. But what if your protest is too peaceful?
One of the world's most important financial centers appears to be at a standstill.
The strange-looking structure would be the second-tallest building on earth.
A high-tech beacon encourages not-at-all awkward encounters with wet strangers.
In-town baggage service eliminates the hassle of hauling luggage to the airport or around the city.
No sustainable detail is left out of this proposed Hong Kong skyscraper.
At $250,000, these 200-square-foot studios are among Hong Kong's most affordable.
It expands like a balloon to drive unwanted creepsters away.