Finally here’s a living proof guide that Hong Kong IS a creative city. All you have to do is know where to look, and the Creative City map takes care of that!
The map celebrates the city’s creative community as well as Hong Kong itself. It was started from the perspective that Hong Kong already has what it takes to be a significant cultural capital, that it is more than its reputation as an international commercial centre.
We definitely agree and are very proud to be stocking the Creative City map at our outlets. They retail at $28 each. Come get yours now!
Filed under art, community
PLEASE NOTE THIS HAS BEEN CHANGED TO OCT 31st
We are proudly sponsoring two community-based businesses in this wonderful bazaar dedicated to driving away hunger. Do come and join in the fun!
PURPOSE DRIVEN FASHION
Hopetees was initiated in response to the December 2004 tsunami disaster. Each limited edition raises funds on a project by project basis and contributes to a worthy cause that we are personally involved in or know people that are.
“If being fashionable means you can help others, then buying one of the Hope Tees can be beneficial in a multitude of ways.” (South China Morning Post, Operation Santa Claus)
in Causeway Bay where we have oodles of space, we have two antique cupboards filled with donated books….”brunch club’s fantastical book club!”
It is fantastical because:
- All the books are donated by our customers
- Free reading and browsing in brunch club
- Feel free to take any home, provided you donate some in exchange
- No joining fees, membership fees or hassle
- You’d be surprised, for donated books, we do have quite a few interesting titles…Looks like lots of you out there are quite into sci-fi, novels, self-help, etc.
- People have donated games too! (no taking games home though)
- Wonderful way to spend a lazy afternoon…
A very big googly-eye THANK YOU to all who so generously donated. So for those of you who are not yet on board, come join our book club – give some and take some – and be part of the brunchclubber community exchange!
Help, the dogs need a new DOGHOUSE!
For those in the art industry, you will be pleased to know that we currently have in stock the very informative Orientations Magazine. If you haven’t picked one up yet, it is high time you added it to your monthly list of must-read publications!
They are available in both brunch clubs.
Published in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide, Orientations has been delighting collectors and connoisseurs of Asian art for forty years. Every issue is an authoritative source of information on the many and varied aspects of the arts of East Asia, the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia and provides invaluable insights into the international Asian art market, analyzing activities at major auctions in London, New York, Hong Kong, Beijing and other centres to reveal the latest price and collecting trends.
Orientations is unique in its presentation and is itself a collector’s item, with the quality of its content matched by the excellence of its design and production. `Perfect bound’ with a strong laminated cover, it is renowned for its superb full-colour reproductions. Orientations is a magazine that you will enjoy at your leisure, and that you will keep to read and refer to, again and again.
Would just like to update you on a two upcoming charity events that we support. If they strike a note with you, we hope you’ll support them too.
**** here’s what they said:
It’s hard to get a table at The Brunch Club. This hugely popular eatery is often chockfull of yuppie expats who think they’re in a Manhattan cafe in “Sex and the City.” The clean, simple and white-color décor and the little al-fresco area give off the impression that the little bistro only serves light fate – which is entirely wrong. The goat cheese crepes, while delicious, were pretty heavy. The same with the pasta dishes. But this is a great cozy place to hang out, relax, and read a magazine – just don’t go there during brunch hours; you’ll never get a seat.
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