Browsing: Family

Whether you are looking for a new park to visit, or ideas for how where to head to Disney or Ocean Park this weekend, then don’t miss our guides to some of Hong Kong’s highlights that are fun for the whole family.

Toby and Rory Meeks are already world-class BMX riders at the tender ages of 10 and 12. We chat to their parents about how they support their sons’ passions whilst living here in Hong Kong.

Despite free education for all legally resident children, English only speaking families – and a rapidly growing number of local families – prefer a private education, delivered almost entirely in English. While some parents will be prepared to make extreme sacrifices to be able to afford the high fees, others simply don’t have that luxury. An affordable English language education: does such a thing actually exist? Let’s find out.

Hong Kong may have a reputation as a ‘graveyard for marriages’ but when one door closes, plenty more open. We find out how HK’s divorcees are moving on to a new and exhilarating phase of life post-divorce.

Placenta encapsulation. Have you heard of it? “Why would you?” “How could you?” “Does it actually do anything?” One mum shares her personal experience of placenta encapsulation here in Hong Kong.

DB resident and doula Cathee Jackson is not only a breastfeeding counsellor but is currently in the ‘thick’ of breastfeeding with her third child. She wanted to share some of her personal and professional insights into the highs and lows of breastfeeding here in Hong Kong.

Designed by parents for parents, KidHop lets your young child experience a range activities with no long term commitment. With 50 premium activity providers to choose from, there’s lots for your little one to get excited about. Find out more about KidHop, and get your HK HUB discount code.

Umbrellas at the ready everyone, it’s another rainy day in Hong Kong! Don’t let the wet weather dampen your spirits, this post has lots of inspiration on how to enjoy a rainy day in Hong Kong.

One of the many hurdles you’ll need to get over on your way towards a coveted spot at an international school in Hong Kong is the entrance assessment, aka, interview. School admissions adviser Anne Murphy, from ITS Education Asia, has a wealth of experience in preparing families for the school interview process and she shares her tips in this post.