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Read more about this fantastic community-building artistic contest for young people aged 12-18.
Ben Keeling, Principal of Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong, has some practical tips and moral support for Hong Kong parents navigating the challenges of home learning.
Keep the kids occupied during the Chinese New Year holidays with this selection of fun holiday camps for all ages and interests.
There’s still time to enjoy the fun of the AIA Carnival and the Great Circus of Europe. Don’t miss out on their latest offers, including 2-for-1 circus tickets and free weekday entry for students!
This trail across laid-back Lamma Island is so easy, it’s perfect for the whole family!
It’s carnival time again! The AIA Carnival is back at the Central Harbourfront from December 12th, find out what to expect from this year’s fun event.
Fun museums in Hong Kong that the kids will enjoy!
If you’ve ever fancied trying your hand at sailing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding or dragon boating – this is your chance!
Whether you’re a professional, student, hobbyist or craft-loving parent, you can find all the art and craft supplies you need at these craft shops and get creative at these hands-on art and craft workshops around Hong Kong.
Dedicated to offering the most stylish, top quality and exclusive baby items, Mommylicious CLUB has arrived in Hong Kong to help mums find the best baby products online.
Find out more about this exciting science stage show coming to Hong Kong soon!
For those days where you need some indoor entertainment options. We’ve got fun, active, adventurous and creative options for toddlers through to teens.
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.
How to cope with a newborn when, for better or worse, you’re a long way from ‘home’ and without a network of support from family and more experienced friends? Check out our alternative survival guide to parenting a newborn when you’re a million miles from home!