The new director of popular Hong Kong charity, Box of Hope, shares a bit about herself, the charity and how Hong Kongers can make a difference.
Kids4Kids runs the Powered By Youth Forum each year to encourage and inspire Hong Kong youth to make a difference in their community.
Treasure Island in Pui O, Lantau Island run fantastic surf and adventure camps during the school holidays. We ask them to tell us more about surfing for kids in Hong Kong.
Most of us book a holiday hoping to have a bit of time to relax and recharge away from the distractions of daily life. However, if you are travelling with kids, holidays are often less than relaxing. Choosing a resort with a good kids’ club can make all the difference in the success of your trip. We’ve rounded up a list of some of the best kids’ clubs in Asia to help make your next family vacation a breeze.
What are the options for children's health insurance in Hong Kong? CCW Global Insurance Brokers share their insights on choosing the best health insurance policy for your family.
Lazy weekend brunches and lunches with kids are definitely do-able if you choose the right restaurants. This selection of family-friendly spots should keep the whole gang happy.
CentreStage Studios HK are hoping to raise enough funds to run a series of drama based fun days out this summer for underprivileged children living in Hong Kong. Can you help?
Bounce into Easter and banish the holiday boredom blues with these exciting programmes!
Explore HK's amazing scenery with these 5 easy hikes that you can even take the kids on.
The AIA ‘Great European Carnival’ is on at the Central Waterfront Event Space until 21 February. Is it worth a visit? I took my tribe (6 year old, 4 year old and baby) and here’s what we thought! How much? You pay $90 each for the kids (including 7 tokens each) and $125 for the adults …
A round-up of Hong Kong's best activities and sports for kids aged primary, tween and teen. From fencing to yoga, from BMX to Karate and everything in between, this is your comprehensive guide to sports for kids in Hong Kong.
Age appropriate social media usage - make sure your tweens and teens are safely using social media.
Dress your baby or toddler in cute, stylish and eco-friendly designs from Bloembaby. This curated online store offers beautiful eco-friendly children's wear.
The HK HUB Guide to sports & exercise classes for toddlers/preschoolers in HK. Football, rugby, gymnastics, swimming, yoga, fencing, martial arts & more.
Know their limits - how long should your child spend on their devices? Limiting screen time is essential - here's a guide for all age groups.
Stroller friendly walks and hikes across Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the Outlying Islands.