Over 100 Hong Kong restaurants and cafes have joined the #ittasteslikelove campaign to fight the stigma of breastfeeding in public, pledging to make breastfeeding mums feel welcome and comfortable in their venues.
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.
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!
There are certain moments in life when you really do question your sanity. For me, that moment came as I boarded a plane with a suitcase, a one-way ticket to Hong Kong… and a six-month-old baby.
Do I really have to wear a pink pyjama uniform? Is it true that I can pay for my birth with my Octopus card? Planning a birth in Hong Kong can raise some very quirky questions, however having a baby in the public hospital system can be a very positive experience, if you know what to expect. We chatted to doula and breastfeeding counsellor Cathee Jackson to find out about the process, how to prepare, and what to pack!