Author: Su Ritter

A Hong Kong resident for the past 6 years, Su has enjoyed exploring all this vibrant city has to offer. She enjoys being able to balance the excitement of Hong Kong with the tranquility of the many beautiful hiking trails and beaches. In her spare time, she can most likely be found on a tennis court, savouring the local and international delights around the city or doing the school run!

Nestled between bustling Causeway Bay and the tranquil hills of Tai Tam reservoir, Tai Hang is a vibrant neighbourhood worth a visit. From humble beginnings as a Hakka village perched on the pre-reclamation Hong Kong harbourfront, Tai Hang now fuses a charming mix of old school Hong Kong with a gentrified and edgy vibe. Whilst not particularly large in terms of actual square mileage, its densely populated streets, and cosy alleyways are home to a wide variety of restaurants, quirky shops, insta-worthy cafes, and grade-listed Hong Kong buildings! How to get to Tai Hang? Tai Hang is well served by…

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Hong Kong will play Tonga on Saturday 23rd July on Australia’s Sunshine Coast to fight it out for a place in the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France next Autumn. Hong Kong who has never before qualified for a place at the World Cup will have to dig deep to remain competitive when they meet Tonga, who has been a constant contender in the tournament having only failed to compete once in 1991. Hong Kong who struggled last week in Korea despite their win (23-21) hopes to be better prepared for the match this weekend. Prior to this match, Hong…

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