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.
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If you have writing wills, estate planning and organising guardianship as items on your ‘must-do’ list then these simple guidelines to starting the process should help.
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!
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.
American School Hong Kong are excited to share details of their scholarship program with parents at this upcoming information session. Discover how your family could benefit from this unique opportunity.
International school options for families in Hong Kong have been severely limited in previous years. However, many new sites have become available by the Hong Kong government and several new options are accessible for families this year. There are exciting times ahead for parents and children.
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.
‘Tis the season! Create your own Christmas tradition by taking the kids for a festive visit to the Flower Market and use our guide to help you plan.
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.