There’s a new sheriff in town

Burgers are a religion. Some may claim, that the perfect does not exists. But to many, the New York City invented Shake Shack-burger is the only one that gets close to being perfect. And just last week they opened up a brand new restaurant in Hong Kong. I went to find out what the fuzz…

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“All Is Well” at HKU

The General Education Unit of the University of Hong Kong invited Bollywood actor Mr. Aamir Khan and local Hong Kong singer Ms. Kay Tse to discuss gender equality and their film Secret Superstar. The event was well-received with a full auditorium and an engaged audience at Yuet Ming Auditorium.

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6 Things Hong Kong Has to Offer in May

May is upon us! And so is humidity and the possibility of an early start to the typhoon season. The students are pouring out their last bits of effort to take home a good grade and vacation is just around the corner. With all this free time at hand soon, you might want to start…

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Ngong Ping 360

The Big Buddha is without a doubt a Hong Kong must-see. Nestled high in the mountains on Lantau Island, the Big Buddha, also known as Tian Tan Buddha, represents the importance of Buddhism in the country. The Big Buddha sits across from the Po Lin Monastery and is visited by hundreds of tourists and locals…

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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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Now that you are back!

As hard as it gets to accept it, the Chinese New Year celebration is over and it is time to start the routine all over again. Many of you might have been out of Hong Kong, done different fun activities and discovered new places during the holidays. The good news is that now that you…

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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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MUST go to places in Kowloon City

An eclectic mix of Thai and local Chinese culture, history, and food! Kowloon City is a treasure trove nestled between Prince Edward and Kowloon Tong. Once a triad-dominated, rat-infested labyrinth of unlicensed dentists and dingy brothels known as Kowloon Walled City, the area is now packed with charming eateries from mom-and-pop congee places to famous…

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