It’s Our Time Now

So you consider yourself a bit of a music buff, a festival fan, a man-about-the-dancefloor, and with good reason. You’ve travelled the world to attend, front row and all, the world’s best music concerts and events, from muddy farm fields in the English countryside, and the beaches of Singapore, to the free love best found in the streets of Berlin.


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Time to Turn Off

It’s possible you don’t know much about the origins of floatation therapy. Using a sensory deprivation tank (which sounds like the swimming pool at Guantanamo), neuropsychiatrist John C. Lilly pioneered today’s modern float tank concept as part of his research into sensory deprivation back in the 1950s.


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Formula E Comes to the Kong

Formula E, the world’s first all-electric racing series, may be in its infancy, having only started in 2012, but that doesn’t mean it lacks all the glam of its big fossil fuel-powered siblings, and next month’s race (October 8-9) in Hong Kong promises to be the cumulative party of the year for motorheads and earth huggers alike.


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The Orient-Express of the Andes

We’re sure you’d agree there’s something bloody civilized about train travel. Of course we’re not talking about the nightly mosh pit that is Admiralty MTR, or that stint through India you did as a saucer-eyed backpacker;


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Make the most of these lingering summer weekends with these innovative free-flow he-brunches, perfect for a spot of male bonding or perhaps some day-time romancing.


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The Next Generation of Junking

We all remember our first junk; the anticipating of making new friends, plastic cups of warm Tanduay rum and coke under a basking sun; perilous leaps from the top deck, the inevitable accidents on slippery timber, the early pass outs, and the serenity of the final cruise as night descended.


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Creature Comforts

Here’s a handy fact. The term ‘comfort food’ can be traced back to 1966 when that sturdy foundation of the Fourth Estate, the Palm Beach Post, spoke of the foods we turn to when we’re stressed.


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The West is the Best

You might have noticed that the journey west on the Hong Kong Island tramline is becoming increasingly interesting. Perhaps you too have stopped in at the cafes of High Street, the galleries of lower Sai Ying Pun, or even popped down to Kennedy Town for brunch on the waterfront.


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Don’t Wait, Take Action

Wondering why your average-looking neighbour has a sexy new house guest’ every Saturday night while you’re home watching Game of Thrones solo? Vancouver-based dating coach and founder of Absolute Ability Tony D gives us his tips on how to be a better player of the dating game.


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The Sound of Silence

Throughout history man has sought silence for various reasons. Hermits retreat from the world in search of solace, holy men – and not just monks with pattern baldness – have taken mauna or vows of silence for centuries in order to get closer to their gods, and even Pythagoras imposed a strict rule of silence on his disciples.


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