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  • Car Racing in Hong Kong
    on Aug 20, 2016 in Activities Events
    I love the excitement of car racing, but I’m also afraid of the dangerous nature. There is a place in Hong Kong where offers a virtual racing experience, which is completely safe, and everyone qualifies to be a racer. Here you don’t even have t...
  • Mobile Phone Multi-Tasking in Hong Kong
    on Nov 22, 2015 in Sightseeing
    We always talk about multi-tasking in the work place. But it does not stop there.  You can find people multi-tasking everywhere in Hong Kong, and most of these scenarios are having mobile phones involved.  Indeed, mobile phone has become an...
  • All About Dragon Boat Festival
    on Jun 20, 2015 in Eat and Drink Festivals
    Today is Dragon Boat Festival - May 5 in Chinese Calendar (June 20, 2015)Today is Dragon Boat Festival, Chinese society generally have a day off.  In Hong Kong, it's a public holiday; while in China, the holiday spans through June 19 to 22.Let's...
  • Leap September and Occupy Central in Hong Kong
    on Oct 1, 2014 in Travel Information
    Leap September and Occupy Central in Hong Kong If you’ve observed the Chinese Lunar Calendar, you may realize that there are 7 “leap months” every 19 years.  In 2014, we have a rare leap month of September.  How rare?  The last w...
  • Mid Autumn Festival 2014
    on Sep 9, 2014 in Activities Festivals
    It was the Mid Autumn Festival (August 15th in Chinese Calendar) yesterday, one of the most important festivals in Chinese culture. In tradition, Chinese celebrate the festival in three phases - Welcoming the Moon (August 14th), Admiring the Moon (Au...
  • Weird Queuing Culture of Hong Kong
    on Jul 10, 2014 in Sightseeing
    In Hong Kong, people queue to buy all kinds of everything – houses, stocks, LV or Prada. Some people queue to buy these expensive or luxury items to speculate. What about queuing to buy cookies? When someone told me that people queue in Tsimshat...
  • City of Demonstration – Hong Kong
    on Jul 2, 2014 in Travel Information
    Hong Kong dominates the headlines of most media worldwide today. July 1, the date of the establishment of the HKSAR, has been an important date for demonstrators in Hong Kong since 1997.If you want to visit Hong Kong to see something which is REALLY...
  • Hong Kong Police 170 years Anniversary
    on Jun 8, 2014 in Museum Sightseeing
    Exhibition Marks Force's 170th Anniversary The Hong Kong Police Force 170th Anniversary Exhibition will be held at the former Wan Chai Police Station on three consecutive weekends - May 31, June 1, 7, 8, 14 and 15 from 10am to 6pm.It featur...
  • Hong Kong Chinese New Year WeatherIf you want to find how the Hong Kong Chinese New Year weather is, you probably want to visit Hong Kong to experience the New Year atmosphere here. If that’s the case, I have something interesting to tell. Statistics indicates every three Chi...
  • Dog Parking at Stanley
    on Jan 1, 2014 in Sightseeing
    Stanley is a good place for dog lovers to walk their dogs.  On weekends or holidays, you can treat this place as a mini dog show.Today is the New Year Day of 2014.  To avoid the marching crowd in the city, I come over to Stanley and spend a...
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