The award winning founders of Hong Kong based G.O.D, Benjamin Lau and Douglas Young have opened a new lifestyle mall in the heart of Causeway Bay. The store, covering two floors, carries close to 50 of the world’s coolest brands and also features a bar, a café, sleep pod installation, and a tattoo parlor. The ground floor opened on Thursday, 13 December and the first floor Saturday, 16 December. Shoppers can find ‘Delay No Mall’ at 68 Yee Wo Street, next to the Regal Hotel. http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?id=458
The G.O.D. boys Douglas Young and Ben Lau did it again.
They turned Hong Kong upside down with the most outrageous party of the year. Bringing together a high energy group of hip hop ballers, fashionistas, the ultra chic underground, and of course, all the pretty boyz. Half naked models all around and if you felt like getting your own kit off a game of strip poker was wide open. 24 Herbs, the edgy cantonese hip hop band kept the crowd crazed while FINDS restaurant made sure endless cocktails flowed down the throats of the super fabs. Catch a glimpse of what you missed, or can’t remember, at www.SO-U.TV.
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Did everyone have a good week? We sure have! We filmed here, there and everywhere and you can catch the coolest videos on So-U.TV. Here is what’s in store:
• Battle of the Bands Hong Kong 2007, we have captured the competition on camera along with exclusive interviews for all the rockers out there! This international band contest continues to grow every year with local heats build up to a National Final.
• Do you like extreme sports? King of the Hills is as tough as it gets. We brought you the first race and now catch the second one. We went to Tai Po and followed the runners climbing up and running down the steps covering the hills. Watch the highlights.
• A moving documentary on the fading of wet markets culture of Hong Kong shot prodigy film maker 14 year-old Morgane Azevedo.
Food & Dining
• Green T. House, a traditional tea house and a social gathering place incorporating elements of the new China’s art, music and culinary delights.
Keep checking SO-U.TV for more great stuff including a press conference for ‘Animal Rights’ and exclusive footage of Pat Cash, one the greatest tennis players of all time, playing against Yu Hiu Tung, Hong Kong’s best player.