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How to Access Facebook in China

Many travelers to China are surprised to find out that they can no longer access Facebook in this country. Actually, many popular websites are blocked in China, including Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. Fortunately people living in Hong Kong can still access those sites. If you plan to travel to Mainland China and will need to access those blocked websites, you can use proxy or... [Continue Reading]

Hong Kong Fuey

What is Hong Kong Feuy? When people search for "Hong Kong Feuy", it's quite likely that they are trying search for "Hong Kong Phooey", which is an animiated TV series in the 1970s. "Hong Kong Phooey (not Hong Kong Feuy) has 16 episodes and the main character is call Hong Kong Phooey (again, not Hong Kong Feuy). To learn more about this TV series, you can check out its Wikipedia page. [Continue Reading]

Top 7 Interesting Places To Go In Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a very busy and extremely compact city-state of China. It is one of Asia's fastest growing finance and trading center, and a gateway to mainland China. Many travelers spend one to three days here either on a stopover or business trip. Surprisingly this distinctly Chinese city has a blend of eastern and western culture as a result of past British colonization which ended in 1997.... [Continue Reading]

Hong Kong's Best Wonton Noodles

Hong Kong's local food scene is heavily dominated by wonton noodle and dim sum, which are possibly the two most popular local dishes... Visiting the city without enjoying a hearty bowl of Wonton noodle in one of the humble eateries across Central, or Wanchai, is just as unthinkable as visiting Paris without dining at a local bistro, or passing through Athens without having a Souvlaki... This... [Continue Reading]

Hong Kong Company Formation and Its Advantages

As an international metropolis with abundant information and opportunities, Hong Kong company formation gives unmatchable access to an estimated consumer market of 450 million people in southern China alone. With sound infrastructure and complete legal system of its own, it provides an advantaged financial & commercial environment to many entrepreneurs and traders. Therefore, Hong Kong is a... [Continue Reading]

Expatriate Guide to Mid Levels, Hong Kong

The Mid Levels in Hong Kong are the popular residential areas upon the slopes of Victoria Peak (or Tai Ping Shan) and "The Peak" on the north of Hong Kong Island. The Mid Levels has a long history of expatriates living on these hill sides from early British colonists escaping from the tropical heat on the lowlands to the modern-day expatriate families and professionals attracted here by the... [Continue Reading]

The Hong Kong Speech Festival: 7 Tips for Students

1. Choose your category strategically. Most students choose to compete in the very popular Solo Verse category. While this is fine, be aware that it is the most popular category in the Speech Festival. This means that there will be more students competing in each event as well as more waiting time at the competition. 2. Plan out your short-term preparation goals. The competition date seems... [Continue Reading]

Hong Kong Attractions - 7 Family Things to Do in Hong Kong

While Hong Kong is internationally famous for its shopping, dining and entertainment, not so many people are familiar with the attractions it has to offer to families with kids, which is a shame really 'cause this world-city has many family-oriented attractions, other than the obvious Disneyland. This article will take you through seven of Hong Kong's "must-do" family attractions: Hong... [Continue Reading]

Top 5 Benefits of Hong Kong Company Registration

Hong Kong is a renowned global business city, especially as a centre of financial markets. After New York and London, HK is recognized as the third largest financial hub in the world and this could improve further after Standard & Poor's rating for HK was improved to the highest triple A level rating. With a per capita GDP of approximately US$32,000 (IMF 2010 / current prices), the city's... [Continue Reading]

Hong Kong to Macau Ferry: How to Properly Plan Your Day Trip

Many of the millions of travellers who visit Hong Kong every year spare at least one day to visit neighboring Macau, where some of the world's best casinos can be found, alongside rich Sino-Portuguese heritage, impressive historic cathedrals and fabulous food... The Hong Kong to Macau ferry is the main means of transport between HK and Macau, so understanding how it works and what are the... [Continue Reading]


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Sandeep Sekhri: Fine-dining in Hong Kong
In 2002, Andrew Lloyd Webber launched Bombay Dreams, a Bollywood-inspired musical, in London. The show, which became wildly popular, told the story of an ordinary young man who overcame a series of obstacles to become the next big thing in the ...

Kai Tak's commercial land sale shows Chinese developers are taking a break from shopping
Mainland China's developers appear to be taking a break from their shopping spree for Hong Kong assets, when a government sale of commercial land attracted only two bids from Chinese companies. The tender for Area 1F Site 2 at the former Kai Tak ...

Happy happy ding ding? Hong Kong's iconic trams get image overhaul after 43 years
Hong Kong's iconic trams will soon display a new smiling logo as the operator looks to reshape its visual identity to attract more passengers. The old design, which has been in use for 43 years, is being replaced on trams and signposts over the next ...

'They see my skin and I'm speaking Cantonese and are shocked' – how Ghana-born Hong Kong footballer Christian ...
'They see my skin and I'm speaking Cantonese and are shocked' – how Ghana-born Hong Kong footballer Christian ...

TripAdvisor: Ladies' Market named Hong Kong's most visited attraction for residents and tourists
Hong Kong has long prided itself on being a shopper's paradise, but it seems it's not the high fashion boutiques that locals and tourists are after. Instead the allure of cheap deals, neon lights and fake designer labels in Mong Kok's bustling Ladies ...

University launches overseas promotional drive to lure non-mainland foreign students to Hong Kong
A Hong Kong university is launching an overseas promotional drive in an effort to more than double the number of non-mainland foreign student admissions within the next five years. Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) vice president in teaching and ...

Tips on what to do at Singapore, Bangkok or Hong Kong airport on a layover
One of the best things about Changi airport is its Balinese-themed outdoor rooftop pool, located in Terminal 1. The layover might be that dead, dread time between one flight and another - you ricocheting around the airport terminal, dazed and glazed ...

Hong Kong is shopaholic and wasteful, even with a retail slowdown
I have an embarrassing confession: the average age of the shirts hanging in my wardrobe is around 20 years. I seem to remember a surge of shirt-buying activity in the mid-1990s during the peak of Hong Kong's flamboyance before the Asia financial ...

lawmakers unveil bill to regulate management of public records
The destruction of public records or archives without authorisation could prompt a court to impose a maximum fine of HK$200,000 and three years in jail under a bill on public records unveiled by three pan-democratic lawmakers on Thursday. But the bill ...

Hong Kong graft arrests add to China-Hong Kong bridge woes
Photo/Illutration Construction of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is under way. (Provided by the Hong Kong government). HONG KONG--Hong Kong's anti-graft agency on Tuesday arrested 21 government contractors on suspicion of falsifying test results ...

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