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Indie Fashion Scene
High-end international brands have long held court alongside local Hong Kong designers, who are enjoying greater visibility in Hong Kong’s vibrant fashion retail market.
6 March 2017
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Homegrown Jewels
The centre of all things gem-related in Asia, Hong Kong plays host to some of the world’s most esteemed jewellery fairs, including the March HKTDC International Jewellery Show and the Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show.
27 Feb 2017
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Tying the Knot in Hong Kong
The global wedding industry is estimated to be worth at least US$300 billion (HK$2.3 trillion).
17 Feb 2017
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Attractions Galore
Everyone loves a theme park. And in Hong Kong, home to two of Asia’s most popular theme parks – Disneyland and Ocean Park – the entertainment keeps getting better.
10 Feb 2017
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At Your Service Webcast
In Hong Kong’s service-based economy, any assistance a person could want is just a phone call or mouse click away.
3 Feb 2017
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New Year Luck Envelops Hong Kong
While the calendar shows three days of gazetted public holidays (28 to 31 January, plus a Sunday in between), tradition dictates that this most important annual Chinese festival actually runs for much longer.
19 Jan 2017
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A Taste of Southeast Asia
Often dubbed the food capital of Asia, Hong Kong’s culinary scene is one of its biggest attractions, with a wide array of cuisines represented and budgets to suit every pocket.
16 Jan 2017
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Japanese Delights
A Hong Kong version of Tokyo’s famous fish market opened at the Wan Chai Ferry Pier in November as both a welcome addition to the city’s gastronomic scene, and a major tourist attraction.
6 Jan 2017
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Farm Fare
With Hong Kong’s organic farms becoming more established and the city’s diners increasingly on the lookout for safe, clean food, more and more restaurants are adopting a farm-to-table dining concept by sourcing ingredients locally.
23 Dec 2016
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Revel in a Festive Wonderland
While not a traditional Chinese festival, cosmopolitan Hong Kong celebrates the Western world’s jolliest season unlike any other city in Asia.
19 Dec 2016
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Art for All
Offering a diverse range of free outdoor music and art activities, Freespace Happening attracted more than 50,000 visitors to West Kowloon for its monthly events between August 2015 and March 2016.
9 Dec 2016
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First-class Executive Education
The city offers a wide choice of Master of Business Administration (MBA) programmes in various forms – part-time or full-time, and focused on a range of specialties – from high-ranking providers with internationally recognised reputations.
2 Dec 2016
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Flying High
There’s the Instagram picture of a bride and groom perfectly framed on the grassy rooftop of a Causeway Bay high-rise, captured “accidentally” by travel filmmaker Brandon Li.
25 Nov 2016
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Ride like the Wind
Beyond Hong Kong’s dense business districts, the open roads of the New Territories stretch from mountain high to forest green, to stunning coastline.
18 Nov 2016
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High Life on the High Seas
Complementing the long-established Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, which puts arriving passengers at the heart of one of the city’s most cosmopolitan and vibrant shopping, dining and cultural districts, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, which opened in 2013, was built to accommodate two of the world's biggest vessels at the same time.
14 Nov 2016
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Holistic Healing
Consumer demand for wellness services and products has never been greater.
4 Nov 2016
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Power-packed Start
The engine roar, acrid fumes, burning rubber and gut-rumbling vibrations echoing through the grandstand may have been missing, but the anticipation and excitement at the Formula E Grand Prix in Hong Kong were just as palpable.
28 Oct 2016
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A Mansion’s Musical Rebirth
The Haw Par Mansion, a Grade 1 heritage building, was built in the 1930s by entrepreneur and philanthropist Aw Boon Haw, who established the herbal medicine brand Tiger Balm.
20 Oct 2016
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Mud Power
T ▪ PARK represents a new step towards a greener Hong Kong.
17 Oct 2016
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Cradle of Comic Culture Webcast
Spawned initially by Chinese mainland literati, Hong Kong’s comic book industry was conceived by mainland post-war immigrants, who brought with them skills from the established comic scene in Shanghai.
7 Oct 2016
 
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