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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Destined for Demolition: Pang Jai

Opposite to the Sham Shui Po Police Station, Yen Chow Street Hawker Bazaar is located at the crossroads between Yen Chow Street and Lai Chi Kok Road. The Bazaar is dedicated to be a local fabric market for vendors, who used to sell the fabrics on streets in the 1970s until the construction of the…

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How to celebrate Halloween in Hong Kong

Hong Kong doesn’t celebrate Halloween as extravagantly as in western countries, but there is one place in particular where you can see people in full costume and scary makeup: Lan Kwai Fong. Every year on the 31st of October, Lan Kwai Fong hosts its annual Halloween Street Party. However, this year Halloween falls on a…

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Removing all bins in country parks?

Have you gone hiking this autumn? Have you spotted any rubbish on the road? The HKSAR government plans to remove all rubbish bins in country parks by the end of this year, which has sparked heated debate among the public.   By gradually removing trash bins from country parks, the government has been promoting the…

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Best Restaurants in HKU

Do you know about the restaurants in HKU? This is a short interview with HKU students about their favourite restaurants in campus. Try them next time when you come to HKU!     Multimedia: Vanesse Copyedit: Preya Editor: Sally Online team: Nicole

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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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