Right, the world’s gone weird and we’re all feeling a bit powerless at the moment BUT Hong Kong’s homeless need your help and a simple donation could make a big difference to them!
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Light at the end of the tunnel? Some indoor recreation facilities, libraries and museums will partially re-open next week.
Ann Pearce, founder of The Weez Project and Board Member of Mind HK, tragically lost her own son to suicide. She’s a passionate advocate for supporting Hong Kong children and youth to help them cope with modern-day stresses, to hopefully prevent other young people from taking their own lives. In this article she talks about what can be done by the government, schools and us as individuals to tackle this serious issue in Hong Kong.
At 869m high, Sunset Peak is the third highest peak in Hong Kong. The hike to the top, therefore, is good if you’re looking for a challenge and some scenic views. It is most definitely one to add to (and tick off of) your Hong Kong bucket list.
The top events in Hong Kong to help grow your business and your network!
Our top picks for the best smartphone apps to simplify your life in Hong Kong.
Those fun and festive nights are behind us and Dry January is in full swing, but we don’t see that as a reason for our social lives to suffer. Instead, we are embracing the non-alcoholic beverage with open arms and can see it definitely becoming a trend that lasts far beyond the end of the month.
It’s shaping up to be a slightly different Chinese New Year celebration in Hong Kong this year, here’s your CNY events guide for 2020.
There will be no Victoria Harbour firework display this New Year’s Eve.
Where to buy furniture in Hong Kong – from budget friendly to high end and everything in between!