CONTRIBUTORS Gloria Chung Kee Foong Lynn Fung Keshia Hannam Janice Leung Hayes Mark Peaker Johannes Pong
Gloria is an independent food and travel writer who has been working in print media in Hong Kong for 10 years. Her love for food has brought her to the best restaurants around the world. She is dedicated to travel and finding the most fascinating stories about provenance of the food we eat. She also blogs as @foodandtravelhk. Formerly the editor of the LUXE City Guides and Cathay Pacific's Discovery magazine, and a dedicated polyglutton, Kee defies language barriers to eat his way around the globe. He has savoured cuisines high and low from Hanoi to Havana, Chiang Mai to Cape Town, LA to London, Reykjavik to Rome and Seoul to Sydney. Lynn was the former editor of Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants guide but left in 2013 to manage her family's private Liang Yi Museum on Hollywood Road. She is currently sampling her way through the crop of new fine-dining restaurants that has sprung up in Sheung Wan and is delighted to report from one of the city's best culinary neighbourhoods. Formerly the digital editor of Foodie Magazine, Keshia now writes about F&B/travel trends in major capital cities, mostly focused on Asia and Australia. With over ten years experience working in the F&B industry, from award-winning restaurants to cocktail bars, front to back of house, her work has appeared in Forbes, Huffington Post, CNN and myriad travel and food magazines around the world. Janice began a career in eating (and writing) in Melbourne, where she was first published beyond her blog, in a community magazine. She has since eaten and written for major local and international publications including Australia Gourmet Traveller and Eater NY, and founded Hong Kong's largest farmers' market. Since retiring from a diversified international career in finance in 2001, Mark co-founded 3812 Contemporary Art Projects, one of Hong Kong's leading galleries which showcases aspiring Chinese and European artists in a 7,000sq foot gallery space in Wong Chuk Hang. Mark is a regular fine dining reviewer for Hong Kong Tatler Best Restaurants, part-time thespian, and a passionate home chef. Travel and food writer Johannes Pong covered the city's restaurant scene as HK Magazine's former Dining and Nightlife editor. The jet-setting polyglot currently goes around the globe trying new flavours and contributes to various regional and international publications. He also makes regular television appearances and took Travel Channel's Andrew Zimmern out for snake on an episode of Bizarre Foods.