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.
Tickets are on sale now for the 2019 Hong Kong International Literary Festival, here's what you can look forward to.
Back for its third year, the award-winning Food's Future Summit will gather change-makers, experts and conscious consumers to delve into key innovations, trends and issues in the culinary and food technology spheres. Enter our lucky draw for a chance to win tickets!
The iconic British retail and hospitality brand will bring a little piece of London to K11 MUSEA this November.
Delicious brunches offering free-flowing alcohol are a favourite weekend indulgence. Here's our pick of the best free-flow brunches in Hong Kong to suit all budgets (including fantastic family-friendly options).
Let us do all the research so you don't have to! Here's our regularly updated roundup of family-friendly events and things to do with kids in Hong Kong.
In a city where the apartments are cramped and space is scarce, co-working spots are a godsend. Quit plugging away on your tiny coffee table, or spending endless hours in noisy cafes, and get in on some of the best co-working spots in Hong Kong. They’re not just for writers – these prime picks also cater to those toting aprons and tool belts who need room to work.
A dynamic co-working space has arrived in Sheung Wan – theDesk Strand 50 – and it’s about to become your new favourite spot for productivity and relaxation.
With five cutting-edge locations across Hong Kong, and one in Shanghai, theDesk is leading the co-working movement with a focus on something more than just chic interiors. They’re redefining the co-working space by building communities and bridging connections.
The top events in Hong Kong to help grow your business and your network!
An SEO expert from Get Clicks gives us some actionable tips for quickly improving your website's SEO.
Farmer’s Market, Hong Kong’s go-to online butcher, is soon to be Singapore’s favourite meat specialist, following its recent launch there.
Founder of successful online butcher Farmer’s Market, Emma Pike is a driven entrepreneur. When she’s not busy growing her own brand, this hardworking mum-of-two loves nothing more than sharing her businesses acumen with Hong Kong’s start-up scene, and she is also committed to helping others, working closely with local charities to raise both funds and awareness. Kate Farr sits down for a chat with Emma about career goals, charity work and challenges for the year ahead.
Bud On Creation, The HK HUB and Garage Society are offering one lucky start-up, the chance to win the ultimate prize!