Bike Sharing: Harmony or Chaos?

Hong Kong has the highest proportion of people using public transports, as the space in this city is tight, especially for roads, people have no choice to use other modes of transport. The crowded and narrow roads are clogged with buses, trams, minibuses and private cars every day, giving no room for bikers. Yet, in…

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Home Truth: We are workers, not Slaves.

source: Hong Kong Free Press She curls up in the kitchen, and keeps herself alert in the darkness. Her employer may command her anytime. Every action she makes will be recorded by a surveillance camera, working is her only way to survive. She has no rest, respect or recognition, she is a “slave” in this…

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“Draw Three”

Have you played UNO before? When a player places a Draw card, the next person will have to pick up the cards according to the Draw card numbers. Recently, there is an illustrator applying this UNO rule into drawing and held an exhibition – “Draw Three”.                 Kazy…

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Cheapest Paradise: Kwai Chong Plaza

Hong Kong – an unaffordable city to live? Among Asia-Pacific region for expatriates, Hong Kong ranked as top 10 of most expensive cities in 2017, because of its high prices of goods, food, clothing and heavy living currency, according to ECA International’s findings. Yet, here is a place that can offer you a cheapest price…

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