Writer andrew dembina has focused mostly on food and drink, and art and design in 25 years of print and radio media in Hong Kong. Until recently an editor at Prestige, prior to that he was deputy managing editor of wine and luxurylifestyle magazine Le Pan. In this month’s issue he meets subversive chef Edward Voon as he creates a new menu (“Unleash the Beast”, page 176). Born and raised in Hong Kong, divia harilela has worked in lifestyle and fashion media for more than 18 years. Most recently she served as fashion editor for the South China Morning Post, where she remains a contributing editor. A regular contributor to publications such as Vogue China, Business of Fashion, Howtospendit.com (Financial Times) and Departures, she’s also the founder of The D’Vine, a luxury and fashion website. In this issue, Harilela escapes the tourist hordes on Mallorca (“Blissfully Balearic”, page 186). dino busch is a Croatian photographer who alternates between Asia and Europe for advertising and fashion shoots. His portfolio is studded with stunning visuals that have been published in myriad magazines around the world. The self-taught modelturned-photographer shoots this month’s Prestige cover personality, charismatic Korean actor Jung Woo-Sung (“Man on a Mission”, page 112). Born and raised in Hong Kong, until chan tried many different odd jobs – as a performer, a bartender and even as a magician – before becoming a photographer’s assistant. After a seven-year apprenticeship, he now works as a freelance photographer, having found his passion in making portraits and fashion editorials. His byline can be found in fashion titles such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, GQ and Marie Claire. His clients include Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Transaero Airlines, Hongkong Land, Swire Group, Mission Hills and Sun Hung Kai Properties. This month, he contributes a photoessay on Hong Kong’s unsung custodians of culture (“Matters of the Art”, page 125). A wild mind, disciplined eye and ability to intuit cultural shift distinguish British editor and writer stephen short, who has written – and often instigated – global news stories and features, covering subjects ranging from politics, business, art and fashion, to design, transport, food and travel, for titles such as Time, Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly, Sight and Sound and the South China Morning Post, as well as the BBC and his own digital platform, ISBN-Magazine. In this issue, Short writes about US artist Kathryn Andrews’ solo Asian debut at Simon Lee Gallery (“Post Pop”, page 132) and the latest instalment in the Miu Miu Women’s Tales short-film series, by Saudi Arabian director Haifaa Al-Mansour (“About Face”, page 140).