Ogi: Idealistically Hypocritical

Posted on March 6, 2011 Under Art

My friend Ogi is heading from his home base in Japan to do a show in Hong Kong! His HK debut is a continuation of his exhibition series titled “Idealistically Hypocritical”. The opening night will take place on Wednesday, March…

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Cipher's Subterranean Shoes

Posted on December 7, 2009 Under Fashion

They're finally available online! Cipher shoes, the new Subterranean shown here ($120). Give the other models a looksie. I love where this brand is going. Originally inspired by the fluid, dynamic movement of the fathers of the “Beat” generation; the…

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Lung King Heen: Hong Kong

Posted on September 22, 2009 Under Travel

Asking a seasoned traveler for the name of a good Chinese restaurant is like searching online for a custom made shirt. With no chance to feel the hand of the fabric or compare that particular shade of blue you like…

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I guess this means I'm in China

Posted on September 7, 2009 Under Life

Landed in Hong Kong. Cathay Pacific business class seat put me to sleep for 12 of the 16 hours in flight. Incredible.

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Jose Parla in Hong Kong

Posted on April 26, 2009 Under Art

Our favorite artist Jose Parla has a show coming up in Hong Kong (and I think I'll make it) at the Ooi Botos Gallery. The show opens May 14th and will feature new work from an exhibition he is calling…

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The Luxe Manor: Hong Kong

Posted on November 13, 2008 Under Travel

On my recent trip through China, I was lucky enough to be a guest at The Luxe Manor hotel in Hong Kong. Even despite the typhoon, I had a very nice stay and would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone…

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Spearlocator: Japan, Hong Kong

Posted on September 23, 2008 Under Travel

I've been mostly off the radar in Japan this past week taking a little time off from the interwebs, but have been photo-blogging a few of my experiences over at the new pet project blog, Flying Standby. Check out the…

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