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Sevens in the city: Your 2017 guide

in Infocus by Henry Benjamin, 1 April 2017
From coaching clinics to concerts to celebrity chefs, this year’s Hong Kong Sevens truly does have something for everyone. Henry Benjamin reports.

Artistic vision: Tips from top photographers on getting that perfect shot

in Infocus by Sam Agars, 1 March 2017
Sharing the tricks of the trade with Sam Agars, three top local photographers explain just what it takes to capture that perfect shot.

Financial management 2017: Advice on how to invest in the equities market

in Infocus by John Parsons, 1 February 2017
When it comes to equities, it isn’t about timing the market but rather time in the market. John Parsons of Parsons White Wealth Management advises that doing nothing is often best.

Look to the future: The changing face of Discovery Bay

in Infocus by Sam Agars, 1 January 2017
For years the development of DB has polarised opinion and today is no different with residents quick to share their thoughts. Sam Agars reports.

The joy of Christmas: Celebrating the magic

in Infocus by Trisha Hughes, 1 December 2016
There’s a joyful sound coming from DB Plaza and it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas, writes Trisha Hughes. Why be a Grinch when there’s so much fun to be had?

Great day for a picnic: Around DB talks to The BIG Picnic organiser, Nick Flavell

in Infocus by Elizabeth Kerr, 1 November 2016
Having taken the reins of The BIG Picnic, launching on November 5, rock star, flyboy… and event organiser Nick Flavell is making big plans for the future. Elizabeth Kerr reports.

Should DB be worried about its air and water quality?

in Infocus by Henry Benjamin, 1 October 2016
Discovery Bay residents don’t have much to complain about when it comes to standard of living and lifestyle in general, but how concerned should we be about the air we breathe and the water we drink? Henry Benjamin investigates.

What does not for profit actually mean?

in Infocus by Sam Agars, 1 September 2016
Most of us immediately think charity when we hear not for profit, but there are numerous other organisations out there providing a service to the community for free. To complicate things further, some of these can legitimately generate an income. Sam Agars investigates.

Female pilots discuss flying high in a predominantly male world

in Infocus by Trisha Hughes, 1 August 2016
Trisha Hughes talks to two DB-based female pilots to understand what it’s like to fly high in a predominantly male world.
Plastic pollution oceans

Drowning in plastic

in Infocus by Peter Sherwood, 1 July 2016
The amount of plastics manufactured in the first 10 years of this century approached the total produced in the entire last century. The level of non-biodegradable waste has reached a crisis point and Asia is a major culprit. Peter Sherwood reports

Suicide: What puts people at risk and what are the warning signs?

in Infocus by Sam Agars, 1 June 2016
Suicide is often a convergence of factors leading to a sudden, tragic event. What puts children, as well as adults, at risk and what are the warning signs to watch for? Sam Agars reports.

Call out to technophobes

in Infocus by Trisha Hughes, 1 May 2016
Are all the digital communication gizmos we surround ourselves with outsmarting at least some of us? Are we all even fully computer literate? Trisha Hughes reports.

DB development update

in Infocus by Sam Agars, 1 April 2016
Assessing Hong Kong Resort’s latest development plan for DB, Sam Agars talks to Islands District Council Member (Discovery Bay) Amy Yung and a spokesperson for the developer.

The sixth extinction

in Infocus by Peter Sherwood, 1 March 2016
Gandhi said, “The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” It’s clear then that most countries fall disastrously short. Peter Sherwood reports.

Cyber psychology - breaking down online behaviour

in Infocus by Melissa Stevens, 1 February 2016
What does your online behaviour say about you? Melissa Stevens talks to the administrators of two frenetic local Facebook pages and a DB psychologist to find out.

Off-shore outrage!

in Infocus by Peter Sherwood, January 2016
A massive garbage incinerator is coming to a beach near you, thanks to a ruling, last November, by the Court of Final Appeal.

Do you fake it?

in Infocus by Peter Sherwood, December 2015
From counterfeit designer-wear and art forgeries to potentially deadly, fake pharmaceuticals and mechanical parts, Peter Sherwood reports on global piracy and reveals why you won’t find him Christmas shopping in Shenzhen.

An inside look at Clockenflap and Picnic in the Park

in Infocus by Elizabeth Kerr, November 2015
Despite its self-proclaimed status as Asia’s World City, Hong Kong lacks world city music status. But there’s hope for the future, not least because PiP is back, says Elizabeth Kerr.

Learn all about the World Health Organisation's latest sugar guidelines

in Infocus by Angie Bucu, October 2015
With a slew of bad press and negative opinion, sugar is having a hard time of it. Angie Bucu digests the bitter truth.

DB Green's Dana Winograd talks recycling in Discovery Bay

in Infocus by Beverly Au September 2015
DB is awash with recycling bins, clearly labelled paper, plastic, metal and glass. But what of the rumours that the items we sort simply end up in one of Hong Kong’s three overworked landfills? Beverly Au reports.