A Sunday Morning Post investigation has revealed that love hotels in Kowloon Tong generally refuse entry to same-sex couples looking to rent a room on a short-term basis. One of these hotels is the former home of martial arts master, Bruce Lee.
The Finnish handset maker's "Classic" series revitalises past form factors by updating once popular models with the latest technology advances. Its latest release is the 6220.
Spiritual leader to millions, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar explains in an exclusive interview the cause of terrorism and the virtues of non-violence.
E-mail on the go has long been a necessity for busy executives, but Nokia hopes its new models will attract consumers looking for a balance between work and play.
LA Galaxy head coach, Ruud Gullit, returns to Hong Kong for the first time since he was with Chelsea. He's pleased to see how the city's developed and glad that there's a new, safer airport.
Lee Chang-dong's "Secret Sunshine" was the Asian Film Awards' big winner as Lee picked up the Best Director and Best Film prizes after the film's lead, Jeon Do-yeon, won Best Actress.
Hong Kong and China's finest from the entertainment world graced the red carpet at the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards. 'The Warlords' emerged as the biggest winner with eight honours.
Mongolians celebrated Naadam this month, a sports festival that rivals the Olympics with its centuries' old history. Genghis Khan's descendents compete in skills that once enabled them to rule the world's largest empire.
English referee Mike Riley is just one of the stars on show at the annual International Soccer Sevens this weekend. He tells the South China Morning Post what makes it such a great tournament.
Yo-yo tricks have evolved considerably from the days of "walking the dog." Benjamin Chan and Wyman Chan show off some more complex tricks and discuss the attraction of yo-yos.
After its snub by the mainland in November 2007, the USS Kitty Hawk arrived back in Hong Kong in what is the last foreign port visits for the 47-year-old aircraft carrier before it is decommissioned later this year.
Fish balls, pig's colon or smelly tofu? Reporter Reggie Ho takes to the streets of Hong Kong to discover his favourite snack food.
In the latest episode in the series, HK Eats looks at a core component of Cantonese cuisine: soup.
Watch Chef Li Shu Tim of the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong ladles out some delicious watercress with pork and fish soup.
John Kapon, the president and auction director of Acker Merrall and Condit, speaks with reporter Dennis Eng about the wine merchant's debut auction in Hong Kong today.
Olivier Doleuze and top miler Good Ba Ba will again team up for the Champions Mile on April 27. Olivier recounts the pair's biggest win so far, the thrilling 2007 Hong Kong Mile.
SCMP Property, with the help of its two real estate experts, investigates what homeowners should do if a developer comes sniffing around your building.
Deputy Secretary for Education Chris Wardlaw, a former Olympian from Australia, flexes his muscles with students at Tuen Mun Primary School and discusses the need to foster a bigger sports culture in schools.
At the Beijing Olympics, this policeman can welcome you in any language. But his favourite accent is from New York City. Wait till the end. It's so funny!