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Hong Kong Tatler

Hong Kong Tatler

February 2020

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.

Hong Kong SAR China
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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12 Issues

In this issue

1 min.
around asia

Cover star Dewinta Pringgodani wears many hats—she's director of her family's mining business, founder of a digital media group, a fashion maven and a respected political commentator, regularly offering opinions on the country's legal and social affairs in the media and at major political events. Singer and businesswoman Siti Nurhaliza appears on the cover. Having conquered the charts—to date, she has released 17 albums, won more than 300 local and international music awards and sold more than six million records—she is turning her attention to her cosmetics brand, SimplySiti. January's cover star is fitness fanatic Felicia Atienza, who reveals how she balances her gruelling workout and wellness regime with her day job as founder, president and CEO of two of the Philippines' most prestigious schools—the Chinese International School Manila and the Domuschola…

2 min.
hong kong tatler

Managing Director SEAN FITZPATRICK Advertising hktad@edipressemedia.com Advertising Director YVONNE YIP Associate Sales Directors ANGEL WONG, PAULY LAM Senior Sales Manager MICHELLE LEE Business Director, Food and Wine ANDY CHENG Sales Manager CAROLE TAM Marketing and Events hkmktg@edipressemedia.com | hkevent@edipressemedia.com Marketing Manager VANESSA HUI Events Manager EMMA NUTTALL Creative Director, Events PAVEL ZAMAKHIN Circulation hkcirc@edipressemedia.com Circulation Manager GLADYS WONG Senior Circulation Officer WILSON MA Production and Traffic hkprod@edipressemedia.com | hktraffic@edipressemedia. General Manager–Publishing Services ANNE MOK Production Manager GEMINI HUI Senior Production Officer SIDNEY KWOK Production Officer RAY TAM Edipresse Media Asia hq@edipressemedia.com Chairman and CEO MICHEL LAMUNIÈRE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer BRENDAN MONAGHAN CFO IDA CHEUNG Chief Brand Officer SEAN FITZPATRICK Head of Growth SHERRY HSIEH Global Artistic Director JOE ZEE Chief Content Officer DANICA LO Managing Director–Edipresse Media Malaysia FLORENCE FANG Managing Director–Edipresse Media Singapore CORINNE NG Managing Director–Edipresse Media China QING SHEN Managing Director–Philippines IRENE MARTEL FRANCISCO Managing Director–Edipresse Media Taiwan APRIL HSU Head of Generation T, Asia TAMARA LAMUNIÈRE Regional Financial Controller ERIC FOO Regional IT…

2 min.
adventure time

Travellers today want many things—to relax, to shop, to learn, to take the perfect photo for Instagram, to have their eyes opened by new places, people and cultures. Klook—a travel app co-founded by Eric Gnock Fah that enables you to book meals and experiences on the go, wherever you are in the world—helps with all of those. And Eric is already anticipating what globetrotters will demand next. “I think [travel] can definitely do good. I think that’s going to be the next trend in the travel industry,” he says in this month’s cover story (p.104). He’s not the only travel entrepreneur who thinks conscientious consumerism is the way forward. While Gnock Fah and the team at Klook are working to transform elephant ride attractions in Thailand into animal sanctuaries, Indonesian hotelier…

2 min.
there’s an app for that

The new Klook offices, set high above Hollywood Road, are bathed in soft muted mid-century pastels and feature rounded edges and airport-inspired design details—think: ‘departures’ and ‘arrivals’ screens that display conference room assignments instead of gate changes. When Tatler visited co-founder Eric Gnock Fah there one sunny afternoon in January, it was buzzing with activity and excitement—just another typical day at one of the most successful unicorn tech startups in Hong Kong. While Bali-based photographer Callaghan Walsh scouted locations and set up lights, and stylists Rosana Lai and Mira Uttamchandani selected sweaters and jackets in the ‘HKG’ conference room, Eric and I retreated to his corner office for a rapid-fire Q&A. Carving time out of a busy entrepreneur’s schedule for a photoshoot isn’t an easy feat. “I probably spend 98 per cent…

2 min.

Amanda Kho If you’ve marvelled at stories about Hong Kong in Monocle, the New York Times or the Financial Times, it’s likely you have seen the work of Canadian expat Amanda Kho. The commercial and editorial photographer shoots for a variety of clients worldwide, including restaurants, airlines and hotels. Late last year she travelled to Myanmar to photograph Ivan Pun and his favourite places in Yangon (p.116) WHAT’S ON YOUR TRAVEL BUCKET LIST? Hiking around the fjords of Newfoundland is at the top of my travel bucket list, though there’s still plenty of terrain to explore in Sai Kung and Lantau that I’d like to get to first. Dan Q. Dao Dan Q. Dao is a features writer covering the intersection of travel with culture, food and drink, and nightlife for leading publications around the…

3 min.

1 TEAMLAB SUPERNATURE MACAO Best known for its brilliant immersive art installations that mimic the ocean, forests and skies full of stars, Tokyo-based art collective teamLab is bringing its inimitable work to Macao. Visit the 54,000sqft exhibition space and surround yourself with flowers, clouds, abstract designs and more. At The Venetian Macao until March 31. cotaiticketing.com 9 STANDARD CHARTERED HONG KONG MARATHON Hong Kong’s largest marathon returns. Join more than 22,000 runners in tackling the challenging 42km route from Tsim Sha Tsui to Victoria Park, or go for the less strenuous half-marathon or 10k. There are also wheelchair races, a youth dash and a family run. Various starting points. hkmarathon.com 13 THE HONG KONG ARTS FESTIVAL More than 100 of the world’s best music, opera, theatre and dance troupes, including the likes of Internationaal Theater…