In opening Villepin in Hong Kong, Dominique and Arthur de Villepin are making a statement on the role and responsibility of the collector in today’s art world.
Designed by Singaporean consultancy Chemistry, the #HBLTable gives students a conducive space to study while at home.
Labour Arty’s ‘Dumpling Parties’ Aren’t Just About Food — They Provide Migrant Workers With A Taste Of Home
Every Chinese New Year, founder Ou Ningfei cooks up thousands of dumplings for Chinese migrants to enjoy a slice of home, and to bridge the gap between them and their adopted country.
The circuit breaker has exposed many faults in Singapore, not least the tenuous relationship between restaurants and food delivery services. Can the two find a harmonious middle ground, or will something have to give?
We said “cheers” to our laptops. Wine masterclasses can get far more scenic and personal despite the lockdown, writes A’s Editor-in-Chief and co-host of the vinous gathering.
Designers like Valentino and Marc Jacobs have launched custom collections in the game, providing a much-needed dose of escapism not just for fashion lovers, but for sufferers of lockdown-induced ennui.
Known for his ethereal, childlike works, the artist and sculptor brings people into his private studio for an intimate exhibition like never before.