Gender Inequality: What’s Next?

SlutWalk (SWHK) protesters in Hong Kong had their annual march in Central to raise awareness towards sexual violence and victim-blaming on 19th November, 2017. Below is a brief introduction of the worldwide SlutWalk movement: Being a part of the international campaign, SWHK fights against rape culture and emphasizes on carrying out universal actions to combat…

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A Beach Party in November: the Corona Sunsets Festival

The Corona Sunsets Festival returned to Hong Kong this year on the 4th and 5th of November in Stanley, marking its second time in the city. Party goers swayed and danced to the music of both international and local artists, while children and other creative souls enjoyed the arts and crafts workshops that lined the…

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5 Must-Eat at the Hong Kong Food Carnival 2017

The 6th Hong Kong Food Carnival, organised by the Chinese Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong, was held from 28 October to 5 November 2017 at the Kwai Chung Sports Ground. The nine-day food carnival brought us a wide variety of both international and local food and drinks, under the theme of ‘Healthy Eating and Living’….

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Hong Kong fishing industry in decay

Hong Kong was just a fishing village when the British landed on the territory. Just a century later, the city has transformed from a place with only cottages and houseboats to an international financial hub concentrated with concrete high-rise. Though having contributed a lot to the city’s prosperity, the local fishing industry have been forgotten…

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Waterfalls and Abandoned Buildings in Tai Mo Shan?!

  Who knew the tallest peak in Hong Kong was home to (giant) majestic waterfalls and super creepy but definitely photo-worthy abandoned barracks?!   Follow us as we hike along the breathtaking trails of the 957 metre Tai Mo Shan, explore the abandoned remains from the Japanese wartime era and make our way through the…

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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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