Who's pranking who? A light-hearted take on DB's development plans

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 April 2017
DB’s favourite serial griper, Peter Sherwood, makes an unexpected case for the resort’s further development.

Earth hour 2017: Is just one hour enough?

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 March 2017
On March 25, we’ll be turning off our lights from 8.30pm to 9.30pm. But to save the planet what we really need is a change of heart. Peter Sherwood reports.
Valentine's Day

Stupid Cupid: Romantic love and the marriage game

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 February 2017
As Valentine’s Day approaches, Peter Sherwood reflects on romantic love and the marriage game.

New Year versus eternity: 2017 and the great unknown

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 January 2017
To kick off 2017, Peter Sherwood gets to grips with the meaning of life.

A Christmas hug: Have we lost sight of the festive season's true meaning?

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 December 2016
Trying to explain Christmas to an alien, Peter Sherwood is reminded that the only gift worth getting is a good cuddle.

The fear factor: DB's Team FEAR event

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 November 2016
Peter Sherwood looks into Discovery Bay’s Team FEAR event – for kids from eight to 18 – and takes it personally.

Babes on wheels: How DB's little ones ride in luxury

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 October 2016
Multi-terrain and fully customisable, light, compact and super-fast, the modern ‘stroller deluxe’ is a fascinating creature. Peter Sherwood advises DB babies to enjoy the ride.

Show me the money

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 September 2016
Time is an illusion, watches are obsolete but the multi-billion-dollar Swiss watch industry is still going strong. Peter Sherwood reports.

Is Lantau still a nature destination for tourists?

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 August 2016
As Lantau’s summer season gets into gear, spare a thought for the mainland tourists who paid good money for a nature tour but got a gruelling shopping trip instead. Peter Sherwood reports.
Pink bauhinia Hong Kong

1997 and all that

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 July 2016
Demanding some changes on Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day, Peter Sherwood suggests we start with a pink bauhinia

The language game

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 June 2016
Sweet and sentimental words and phrases disguise the devastation about to descend on Lantau. Prepare to be overwhelmed, says Peter Sherwood

Peter Sherwood discusses pain, gain and the insane

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 May 2016
While admitting he’s a gym rat, Peter Sherwood discusses pain, gain and the insane.

A wing and a prayer

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 April 2016
Peter Sherwood presents The Puzzle of the Purloined Poultry Parts.

Junking the Plaza

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 March 2016
While conceding that nobody wants to wash a rented car, Peter Sherwood gets mildly apoplectic about local littering.

Love hurts

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 February 2016
Ever ready to look on the bright side of life, Peter Sherwood explores the connection between Valentine’s Day, violence and vaccines.

Peter Sherwood's monthly column

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, 1 January 2016
Budget air travel, apps and Apple, Peter Sherwood reveals some pet hates that will doubtless be rolling into 2016.

A Christmas greeting

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, December 2015
Hong Kong’s chief executive CY Leung returns our resident satirist, Peter Sherwood’s seasonal good wishes from a year ago.

Food for thought

in Out there by Peter Sherwood, November 2015
Earlier this year, Time magazine reported that 100,000 tons of smuggled frozen meat, some of it over 40 years old, had been discovered in China. The idea was to sell it off cheaply, like so many exploding watermelons. Peter Sherwood gets involved.

Discovery Bay under siege

in Out there by Rachel Ainsley, October 2015
DB has been overrun with weekend visitors of late – and they just keep on coming. Rachel Ainsley reflects on the need for crowd control and/ or state-of-the-art portaloos.

Rock around the clock

in Out there by Peter Sherwood September 2015
Reporting from DB to the Pyrenees and back, Peter Sherwood discusses the value of victimhood.

Restaurants in Discovery Bay

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McSorley's
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