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This trail across laid-back Lamma Island is so easy, it's perfect for the whole family!
The AIA Carnival is back this year and with it comes the exciting Great Circus of Europe!
Hair & Beauty experts at Glow share their top tips on how to survive the Christmas Season and look Instagram ready at all times.
We love this new kid-friendly podcast created by Hong Kong history teacher, writer and broadcaster, Paul Letters. Paul is “Dad” and his son James is “Me” in this pacy, fun and educational podcast series: Dad and Me Love History.
We all know that excess belly fat is not a good for our health, but it can be difficult to shift. Nutritionist Cristina Tahoces will share practical, proven tips for sustainable healthy weight-loss and maintenance at this workshop in Central on Tuesday 13 March.
Stamford American School is committed to leading every individual to achieve more than they believe they can with individualised learning plans and a focus on teaching for the future. Their brand new campus in Ho Man Tin, Kowloon, is ready to welcome students in September 2017.
Hong Kong’s heat and humidity add up to just one thing for your hair – frizz! And the daily battle to tame your tresses can actually exacerbate the issue, leaving you in a vicious circle of over-styling and damage. We chat to Rennie Fensham, Salon Director of Glow Salon and owner of Hollywood Hair, along with her expert team of stylists for their advice on how to remain cool, calm and in control of your style this summer.
Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Deal provoked fury around the world, but it has also opened the way for China -- once the bad boy of environmental issues - to attempt a rebrand as a green leader.
This video of a paddle board excursion around Discovery Bay reveals the true extent of pollution in the seas around Hong Kong.