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More alike than different: Female comedian uncovers long-existing wrath between both sexes

With the broadcast of the third season of the stand-up talk show "Rock & Roast", stand-up comedian Yang Li openly mocked men, and one of her most famous punchline "why does a guy looks so average, but meanwhile he acts so confident" (abbreviated as "average but confidently") became one of the most popular internet buzzwords in the Mainland this year.

China: A Century of Changes Review

From October 8-17, a photo exhibition showcasing the parallel kinship between Hong Kong and China over the last 100 years opened at the Hong Kong Central Library, the largest public library in the city. CHINA: A CENTURY OF CHANGES is part of a joint venture between the HKSAR and Xinhua New Agency to bring more local awareness of both regions' shared history.

Exclusive | UAE Consulate webinar: A dialogue of Islam in Hong Kong and tolerance in society

The UAE Consulate General in Hong Kong hosted a webinar titled "Islam in Hong Kong: a dialogue on tolerance" on June 25 to explore the role of tolerance and acceptance in society as well as to celebrate Imam Uthman Yang's new book, "Understanding Islam", published in 2020 by Joint Publishing Hong Kong.

5 Best Super Bowl halftime shows in past decade

With the 2021 Super Bowl right around the corner, anticipations towards this annual grand party grow. This year, Canadian artist The Weeknd will set foot on the world's biggest stage and perform at the Super Bowl halftime show. Let's take a look back at the past halftime shows at Super Bowl while looking forward to this year's jamboree.

Photos | Fashion goes round in circles: 80s & 90s streetwear in Asia (Part III: Japan)

The 80s and 90s have been a time of wonder to many, no matter in terms of music, films or fashion. Those good old days are fortunately captured in photos, which bring on pure and beautiful nostalgia for the past. Here, DotDotNews presents a collection of precious photographs that portray the streetwear in the 80s and 90s in Asian countries including China, South Korea and Japan.

Photos | Fashion goes round in circles: 80s & 90s streetwear in Asia (Part II: South Korea)

The 80s and 90s have been a time of wonder to many, no matter in terms of music, films or fashion. Those good old days are fortunately captured in photos, which bring on pure and beautiful nostalgia for the past. Here, DotDotNews presents a collection of precious photographs that portray the streetwear in the 80s and 90s in Asian countries including China, South Korea and Japan.

Photos | Fashion goes round in circles: 80s & 90s streetwear in Asia (Part I: China)

The 80s and 90s have been a time of wonder to many, no matter in terms of music, films or fashion. Those good old days are fortunately captured in photos, which bring on pure nostalgia. Here, DotDotNews presents a collection of precious photographs that portray the streetwear in the 80s and 90s in Asian countries including China, South Korea and Japan. Through these Fashion does go round in circles and retro style is always the trend. Just take a look at these street photographs taken in Asia in the last century and see if you can find any inspirations for your daily choice of outfits.

Buh-bye sleepiness: 5 refreshers to keep you sharp at work

Some say that enough sleep has become increasingly scarce for workers in this fast-paced, high-stress world, especially in some Asian countries. Really want to get rid of the haunting sleepiness at work but already fed up with the smell of coffee and Red Bull? Read on for our recommendations of five refreshers to shake off the sleepiness!

The battle never ends: Horrifying pandemics in human history

In a pandemic era when COVID-19 death toll has reached 2 million worldwide, everyone has been anxiously waiting for the vaccines reaching those in need and actually turning things around. But if you think twice about it, the whole human history is actually a continuous battle between us and different kinds of pandemics.

A century ago: Jet-setting life of Guangdong people in China's Republican Era (Part II)

At the beginning of the 20th century, a radical commercial transformation took place in Guangdong, and the pursuit of foreign goods became the mainstream of people's consumption. The blend and merge of Chinese and foreign products, cultures, values, and life patterns boosted in the Republic of China, and new patterns of clothing, food, housing and transportation emerged. A hundred years ago, the sea-trade changed people's lives at that time, while the entry of imported products also promoted the gradual development and growth of national industries.

A century ago: Jet-setting life of Guangdong people in China's Republican Era (Part I)

At the beginning of the twentieth century, there was a radical commercial transformation in Guangdong, and the pursuit of foreign goods became the mainstream of people's consumption. "Lai Lo goods" (imported goods) flooded into the coastal cities, where Chinese and foreign values, cultures, and life patterns began to meet and merge.

Photos | 25 mind-numbing pictures about gigantophobia

All kinds of phobias exist out there, but a fairly well-known one is megalophobia, which is the fear of large objects. This applies to things like large sculptures, towering buildings, giant aquatic animals. The list goes on and on.

To be or not to be: Modish HK Cha chaan teng go out of the woods by hot sale

Hong Kong may have a reputation as a futuristic, unrealistic city for many outsiders, but that is only a fraction of all. In reality, HK has its unique hustle and bustle of the secular life. Multifarious local eateries scattered among the shiny new skyscraper are serving delicacy to eager customers. Thousands of unforgettable HK's dishes and snacks were originated from these local restaurants. HK Cha chaan teng has gradually become the signature of HK's culinary culture.

The spirit of less-is-more: HK Cha chaan teng's heart-warming power

Some people say that Cha chaan teng, which refers to Hong Kong-style tea restaurant in Cantonese, is the first generation of the online sensation for catering industry in mainland China, while others call it many diners' "shining moonlight", something so beautiful that will linger in your memory forever.

A Thousand Hamlets | Arts amid pandemic: Colors of hope illuminate grey times

With canceled exhibitions and closed galleries, the art industry has been hit hard by the pandemic. In spite of this, Illuminati Fine Art is presenting Wong Sau Ching’s exhibition "Beyond the Senses" through Jan. 31, 2021, in Central, Hong Kong. The exhibition features 24 pieces of oil paintings by the artist in the past three years, demonstrating his new ways of artistic expression.
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