Tatler Hong Kong

magazine Nov 01 2020 · Tatler Hong Kong

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The last word in high society and the life luxurious, Hong Kong Tatler has been chronicling the lives of the city’s elite since 1977. From insider access to the most exclusive parties and events in Hong Kong and beyond, to authoritative coverage of art, fashion, wine, dining and travel, to face-to-face interviews with the people that really matter, Hong Kong Tatler takes you closer to the highest echelons of society than anyone else.

Around Asia • Meet the inspiring people featured in Tatler’s regional titles


At the Movies

The Guest List

The Scene • Central Market gets a makeover, new restaurant Bibi & Baba makes waves, and star mixologists create a cocktail inspired by Hong Kong

Read On • Hong Kong’s largest literary festival returns this month with a line-up that explores writing during a crisis

Hocus Pocus

Helping Hands

Eat Your Art Out

Life in the Old Dog Yet • Central Market, Hong Kong’s first wet market, is undergoing a HK$740m renovation. Here’s what makes this 178-year-old landmark so special

A Pink Pairing • Quirky make-up artist and stylist duo turned chefs Tinoq Russell Goh and Dylan Chan, aka Tinoq and Dylan, introduce their new restaurant Bibi & Baba, now open in Wan Chai

Tinoq and Dylan’s fun facts about Peranakan cuisine

Shutter Island • The son of legendary Hong Kong photographer James Chung Man-lurk reprints his father’s rare photos to give a glimpse into the city’s past

Time To Dine • Hong Kong’s dining scene is thriving, with new restaurants, bar openings and novel culinary ventures to whet your appetite

Tatler Tales • Heard around Hong Kong this month

A Million Reasons to Love Hong Kong • For Yardbird Hong Kong founder Lindsay Jang, the city is a high-energy land of opportunity

… And a Few More

A Drink to Call Our Own • If Hong Kong could be represented by a single cocktail, what would it taste like? We spent two days with 21 of the city’s best bartenders to find out

Double Happiness

I Love Hong Kong

Hollywood Highball

Bauhinia Sour


New Waves • This month’s exhibitions provide fresh perspectives on classical art and important ideas


Sew Sharp • Looking fly year-round is easy when you have fantastic tailors, storage facilities and clothing consignment services saved in your contacts. Trust Ingrid Chen, Arne Eggers and Denise Ho to have the lowdown on fashion in Hong Kong

MY HONG KONG • Edwin Pun, director of business development for Keyestone Group

Chill Out • Leave stress behind and carve out a little me-time with go-to wellness services recommended by Adam Bires, Marco M Chan, Jessi Chloe Chen, Lindsay Jang and Christy Wofrom chic tattoos to pick-me-up IV drips to the hairdresser with the best balayage technique

Move It • Get your body in peak shape with advice on all things exercise from Patricia Tung-Gaw, while Diana d’Arenberg heads into the great outdoors


INNER ZEN • When your living space needs a revamp, turn to these interior design picks from Annabelle Bond, Douglas So and Christy Wo

Little Wonders • Making the right choices for your child can be a minefield. Savvy parents Joanna Hotung, Michele Lau, Tansy Lau-Tom and Anne Wang-Liu share the businesses they turn to for their families

HOT DOGS • Make your furry friends purr with satisfaction at these picks for the finest pet groomers in Hong Kong, courtesy of Annabelle Bond, Kim Robinson and Patricia Tung-Gaw

MY HONG KONG • Joanna Lui Hickox, head of lifestyle and curation at Galaxy Entertainment...

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