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Written by Jane Ormond, Australia, February 2012
Hong Kong – that compact, coordinated, chaotic and somehow still calming corner of China .
Before the humidity starts to really set in, why not hightail it over
to Hong Kong for some truly ...
Written by Lydia, January 2013
Like most of Asia, the lunar Chinese New Year is the most important holiday in Hong Kong .
The 2013 Chinese New Year holiday falls from February 7 to 14, and if
you plan to be in Hong Kong ...
Written by Emma, Australia, August 2011
If you are visiting Hong Kong
in the next couple of weeks, this colorful festival could be the
highlight of your visit. For 11 days in early September the city comes
alive with lantern ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2012
If you’re visiting Hong Kong
and have an appetite for shopping, the following suggestions should be
helpful. The opportunities for consumption in the Pearl of the Orient
are practically ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, June 2012
Surrounded by Wong Nai Chung Road and Morrison Hill Road, Happy Valley Racecourse is one of just two significant racing facilities in Hong Kong . Built in 1845, the facility houses areas ...
Written by Lydia, October 2012
Sandwiched between Hong Kong Island and the New Territories that join Hong Kong to mainland China sits Kowloon .
Meaning ‘nine dragons’ in Cantonese, Kowloon got its name from the ...
Written by Emma, Australia, March 2012
is bursting with big events in March and April. See the blooms at the
Flower Show in Victoria Park, take in a premiere at the Film Festival,
buy a work of art at the International Art ...
Written by Lydia, September 2012
Hong Kong could give New York City a run for its money as the ‘City that Never Sleeps;’ and as one of the best foodie cities in Asia ,
late night diners will never be at a loss for something ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
Hong Kong ‘s
traditional festivals are colorful and noisy affairs. Fireworks, lion
and dragon dancers, Chinese opera, mah jong, fortune-telling, carnivals
and parades are all part of the unique ...
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