What´s up Hong Kong – Week 2
Al Pasha Bazaar
When: Jan 14, 7pm
Where: Al Pasha Silk Cuisine, Shop 401, Level 4, K11, 18 Hanoi Rd, TST
What? Yet again Al Pasha Silk Cuisine is back and better than ever on Hanoi Rd. Featuring an exotic selection of northern Chinese wonders from dance to music, food and market goods. Lucky hongkongers can take a trip along the Chinese silk route this Thursday, where you’ll be transported to a time of vibrant culture and XinJiang cuisine. The large restaurant will be glistening with traditional goods and promises to get you moving in the belly dancing-style of their dancers all night long! So head down to TST to check this one out.
$320 a ticket which includes 8 vouchers.
Toro y Moi
When: Jan 12
Where: Hidden Agenda, Ngau Tau Kok
What? Playing host to the critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter Toro y Moi, Hidden Agenda is the place to be this Tuesday. Moving away from popular music whether that be hip-hop and R&B or electronic, Toro y Moi relishes in his absolute uniqueness. Hailing from a South Carolina home, Chazwick Bradley Bundick (as he is known offstage) began identifying with the chill wave movement of 2010 among numerous other genres from indie pop to electronic and synth pop as well. With his multi-lingual stage name (meaning literally ‘toro’ – bull and ‘moi’ – me) Toro y Moi is the multi-rhymic, hugely diverse artist/producer revolutionising the way we listen to music today.
Tickets $220 from ticketflap.com
When: Until Jan 16
Where? Unit 3C, Yally Industrial building, 6 Yip Fat St
London-based conceptual artist, painter and sculptor Rasheed Araeen is Going East in Hong Kong until His exhibit closes at the weekend. Born in Pakistan in 1935, Rashid has been breaking boundaries as a visual artist since his arrival in England in 1964. Initially training as a civil engineer, his work combines geometric lines, with an interest in sketches and small sculptures. So coming to Hong Kong for his first solo exhibition, his avante-grade style is impossible to miss.
When: Jan 15
Where: The Space, 210 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan
What? 3500sqft of The Space will host the Fashion Collective this Friday, where Hong Kong’s best designers will feature their wares. Conveniently located in the centre of Central and Soho, the former meat-packing warehouse is now an arts and culture hub of the city, sharing creatively with busy urbanites daily. Presenting the hottest designers from edgy clothes from MILK, Worthrobe and Cipher to the beautifully elegant jewellery of Karma Links, you’ll be hard-pressed to find something you don’t like here.
Enjoy the artistic genius and independence of fashion at The Space this week – trading those sale racks for something just a little bit cooler.
Images courtesy of www.fuse.tv, www.afoodieworld.com, grosvenorgallery.com and The Space – Hong Kong.
Emma Russell | Editor