Hong Kong Central Skyline Night View

Flying over the night sky of Hong Kong embroidered by the world’s most memorable skyline of Central. Chocolate-box cars slowly passing by skyscrapers dropping lights onto the ocean present you with a dreamlike experience. Ferries and junk boats peacefully cleave through a calm water making Hong Kong seem like one of those slow cities for…

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Life’s a Climb – Climb to have a life

People always complain about the limited space we get in Hong Kong, which leaves us with nowhere to go and nothing to do on holidays. But, is this really true? Well, it could actually be that we lack the exploration spirit or the drive to find new goals for ourselves, apart from struggling to live…

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Street culture in Central— Vans of House 2017

Do you always see people skateboarding, performing music or drawing graffiti when walking along the streets of Hong Kong? This form of arts, music, and fashion (as known ‘street culture’) is very popular in some of the metropolises like New York, London and Sydney, but not in Hong Kong. Last weekend, Vans of House Asian…

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The Ocean Park Halloween in 2017

The annual Ocean Park Halloween Festival has returned! Escape from a trap straight out of the terrifying SAW movie. During the day, ghosts dance around for a jolly, family-friendly good time. But when the sun sets, evil comes to haunt you! Despite safety concerns about the tragic fatal accident at one of the park’s haunted…

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Why is it 32°C in October?

Hong Kong’s weather this summer – it’s October, but with these temperatures, it’s safe to still say summer – has brought insane amounts of precipitation, from both the sky  and people’s bodies. Every summer feels hotter and longer than the previous one. Does it simply feel that way or is it reality? If you look…

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Hong Kong Dragon’s Back Sky View

Sightseeing in Hong Kong is no longer only seeing the Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbor; Time to immerse yourself in Hong Kong’s beautiful nature on the Dragon’s back with spectacular coastal views and relatively easy accessibility from the city. Dragon’s Back is one of the most well known and regular mentioned hike trails in…

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Why Hongkongers aren’t Afraid of Typhoons?

(feature picture source: SCMP) In fact, we embrace them! Typhoon is a natural phenomenon in which strong winds spiral around a region of low atmospheric pressure. To those experiencing them for the first time, it can seem quite scary. Khushboo Jogi, a Thai student currently studying at the University of Hong Kong says, “I was…

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Hearts Out for the Homeless

Under the Ferry Street flyover in Yau Ma Tei, a couple of ratty mattresses and cardboard boxes make the ‘home’ of a few street sleepers. A stench floats around these temporary houses  from the garbage piles. Up the stairs in a 50-year-old tenement building are filthy subdivided flats, housing more people than they are designed…

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