Muse is an authoritative, in-depth, thought-provoking monthly magazine about Hong Kong's arts and culture. The magazine provides not only an overview of the City's exciting arts world, but also incisive critiques to help readers look behind the scenes. Each issue includes: original art, literature, and poetry; profiles of cultural people; journalistic features about Hong Kong's cultural life; a monthly events diary; and comprehensive arts reviews. The Society of Publishers in Asia has presented Muse with awards for its high-quality Features Journalism and Explanatory Reporting.
Just a few highlights from the October issue of Muse:
Our profile of Kubert Leung Kiu-pak takes you behind the scenes of the Hong Kong music industry. As a songwriter and producer for Faye Wong, Eason Chan, and Candy Lo, Leung has influenced some of Cantopop's biggest names
Innovative Horace Tse Kin-man is the indispensible jack-of-all trades of Hong Kong theatre. We take you backstage at his Loft Stage Theatre project
The many questions raised by the design proposals for Hong Kong’s planned West Kowloon Cultural District
In defense of film director Wong Jing: Why trash cinema is good for us