The practice of transforming ice into something beautiful has been around for thousands of years, and wows travellers today with impressive sculpting competitions around the world.
The 2013 Michelin Guide for Hong Kong and Macau awarded the city new stars for everything from French to Japanese cuisine.
On display this month are works by an enigmatic late graffiti painter, who was only posthumously recognized as a world-class artist.
Travellers can get their sole-weary feet rubbed and kneaded for a pittance of what it costs in most large cities, with the myriad options ranging from traditional to chic.
Artists in the industrial Fo Tan neighbourhood open their usually private workspaces to the public in a two-weekend festival called Fotanian Open Studios.
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