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.
Disneyland is set to re-open this week! Visitors must pre-book.
Pre-book your Ocean Park tickets to enjoy big discounts for local residents this summer.
Read more about this fantastic community-building artistic contest for young people aged 12-18.
Wondering how to keep keep the kids occupied through the long, hot, summer holidays? We’ve got you covered with this fantastic selection of summer camps for kids of all ages.
The hard-working mums of Hong Kong are well and truly in need of a treat for 2020, and Chilli Fagara and Feather & Bone are ready to level-up those kiddy cooking skills to give mums the delicious meals-at-home that they deserve.
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.
Ben Keeling, Principal of Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong, has some practical tips and moral support for Hong Kong parents navigating the challenges of home learning.
Keep the kids occupied during the Chinese New Year holidays with this selection of fun holiday camps for all ages and interests.