The death of an irreverent Hong Kong magazine

The death of an irreverent Hong Kong magazine

Last week I woke up to the news that HK Magazine, irreverent and wry and which gave me my first full-time job in journalism, is to be closed down after 25 years.
Its last issue came out on 7 October, leaving former colleagues, friends and many others mourning something that had become beloved.
HK Magazine was one of only a few English-language magazines in Hong Kong and had earned a reputation as fun, independent and free-thinking.
Although it listed the hippest new restaurants, bars and spas, it also reported on issues such as Hong Kong's relationship with mainland China, the staggering... read more

7 October 2016 in World News, Views: 43
Source: BBC

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