About Apple Mandy

Apple Mandy started her career as a journalist covering a wide variety of topics including fashion, music, health, arts and travel. Having worked in Shanghai as a Food Writer, she later moved to Hong Kong to manage some magazines. Gripped by a ranging passion for all things food related, she continues to eat her way around town and drink in the city's gastronomic trends. When not interviewing, researching or writing, you'll find her dragon boating or windsurfing on the shores of Stanley or Cheung Chau, respectively.

Hong Kong Islands to Visit For Sun, Sand and Surf

  Hong Kong may be dotted with sweeping skyscrapers, but it’s also home to secluded coves and pristine beaches. Perfect for a weekend beach break, sun worshippers and families can easily detach themselves from busy city life and enjoy a few relaxing days without burning … Continue reading

Between Meetings: 10 Things to See in Hong Kong in an Hour

  Business travellers will find a variety of places to explore and things to see in Hong Kong, even on the shortest of trips. If you want to add a little local know-how to your business trip, check out our 10 recommendations to include in … Continue reading

Through the Lens: The Best Hong Kong Films

Hong Kong has long proved a captivating setting for both local and foreign filmmakers. The vibrant city, known for its East-meets-West cultural identity, has a unique ambiance that’s perfectly suited to the movies. Whether a bustling local street in Kowloon, a peaceful fishing village in … Continue reading

Molecular Cocktails in Hong Kong: An Insider Interview With Antonio Lai

  Entering into the brave new world of molecular cocktails, Hong Kong is now home to a vibrant mixology scene. And at the forefront of the mixology movement in Hong Kong is Antonio Lai, known for his creative approach to cocktail making. Having kicked off … Continue reading

Hong Kong Style: An Insider’s Guide to Hong Kong Fashion

  The eclectic, vibrant world of Hong Kong fashion never ceases to amaze savvy travellers. From luxury retailers in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, to designer boutique stores in SoHo, Central, you’ll find endless shopping choices to suit all tastes. But with urban trendsetters constantly searching … Continue reading