Whether you’re the one leaving Hong Kong, or the one being left behind, these amazing Hong Kong inspired gifts will make the goodbyes a little easier.
We love Hong Kong, but we understand that for newly arrived expats adjusting to life here can be fraught with frustrations and challenges. Psychologist Dr Hannah Sugarman gave us some tips for making the transition as painless as possible!
As a newly landed expat there is A LOT to organise, and even simple tasks become frustrating when you don’t know your way around. If you’ve just landed in Hong Kong, I want to share some info that would have helped me find my feet faster.
For many new expats, the whole idea of ‘helpers’ (domestic workers that live in the employer’s home) takes some getting used to. Here’s a little pep talk on all the benefits of getting help, and some tips on building a great relationship with your new helper.
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.
Relocating with children is a challenge, as well as a wonderful opportunity. Discover how to make your move a smooth experience and what signs to look out for if things go wrong.
Detailed guide to hiring a domestic helper in Hong Kong. Salary, conditions, interview and screening advice and government requirements.
The HK HUB’s guide to relocating to Hong Kong with children. Advice on helping children settle in, make friends, enjoy school.
Guide to living in and exploring the Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang, and Ap Lei Chau area of Hong Kong. Includes things to do, restaurants, and shopping.