Hong Kong is now home to the newest and neatest McDonald’s around. Say hello to McDonald’s Next, the McDonald’s of the future.
Bang! Bang! For years now, movie makers have been thrilling audiences with blazes of bullets. Some shootouts are better than others. These are the best.
Gudetama might be Sanrio’s laziest character. And this might be Sanrio’s most disgusting-looking food.
Hot Toys makes some of the most realistic collectible figures you can buy. If you’ve ever wondered about its process—or even how to get a job there—watch this video.
Japan isn’t the only place that gets giant Gundam statues. Hong Kong gets them, too.
In this clip, Hong Kong is under attack. The threat is real. The threat is Miffy.
The first ever One Piece 3D art exhibit is getting underway in Hong Kong. If you’re into optical illusions and straw hat pirates, this is probably for you.
Not the most dangerous. Not the most painful*. Or, maybe, not even the most difficult per se. But if movie lore is true, then 1982’s Dragon Lord could be the most gruelling movie Jackie Chan has done for one simple reason: An insane number of takes.
Hungry? Why not have a tasty Xbox burger and a delicious beverage to wash it down? In Hong Kong, you can.
Singer Sakura Miyawaki of the pop groups HKT48 and AKB48 was recently in Hong Kong to promote Japanese ramen chain Ippudo. First there was a photo op. Then, this.
There's money to be made smuggling iPhone 6s into China. Enough that people who are not as bright as professional smugglers are getting in on the action.
Asian action star and all around good-looking guy, Daniel Wu, is set to play Gul'Dan in the new Warcraft movie.
In Hong Kong, McDonald's has a Batman Burger. The burger looks, well, kind of dull—especially with the recent burger madness we've seen. But boy, the box it comes in is UTTERLY FANTASTIC.
Right now in Hong Kong, thousands of people are protesting. The demonstrations are to uphold the Hong Kong constitution and have been nicknamed the "Umbrella Revolution." Cue the Resident Evil comparisons!
This sort of trash is not common in Hong Kong. This isn't an everyday occurrence. Then again, how often does a new iPhone launch?
Chinese police love to put up propaganda posters showing the public who they are and what they do. One police department in East China may have gone a little too far with their publicity shots.