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Space and Time
Last March, Hong Kong hosted the inaugural satellite fair, Art Central, which ran alongside Art Basel Hong Kong.
24 July 2015
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Fighting Fit Webcast
It’s an aggressive sport rooted in the martial arts that has become a way of life, and, increasingly, a blossoming business opportunity thanks to its legion of Hong Kong fans.
17 July 2015
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Word Play Webcast
Hong Kong could prove the starting point for a new book by British historian and novelist Simon Sebag Montefiore.
10 July 2015
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Morph Code
About 1,000 youngsters gathered at Hong Kong’s Central harbourfront in April, to break the Guinness World Record for most people coding at one time in one place.
3 July 2015
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Craft Creations
Across Hong Kong, women, and a handful of men, are honing skills from their grandparents’ day – knitting, weaving, crocheting, embroidering and more – in a resurgence of home crafts that is sweeping the city.
24 June 2015
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Walking the Walk
About a year ago, Raymond Huang heard a prominent Hong Kong businessman speak about why Hong Kong should diversify tourism options beyond shopping.
19 June 2015
127.
Fingers on the Pulse
8Now. Storyappy. AfterShip. WeLab. Divide. Not some mysterious code, but the names of some of Hong Kong’s brightest start-ups.
12 June 2015
128.
Clothes with a Conscience
The white cotton is soft to touch and its high quality is ideal for polo shirts.
4 June 2015
129.
Hong Kong on Ice
From modest beginnings on a small skating rink at the former Lai Chi Kok Amusement Park, to the opening of an international-standard venue in 2007 and the launch of an annual international Hockey 5s tournament, ice hockey in Hong Kong has come a long way.
29 May 2015
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Carnival of Colour
Dragon boat racing has been practised in China for 2,000 years, but since Hong Kong hosted the first international dragon boat carnival – a Hong Kong Tourism Board initiative in 1976 – the sport has gained prominence abroad.
21 May 2015
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Hit the Ground Running
Hong Kong is becoming more of a fixture on Asia’s sporting events calendar, with the Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon – currently the city’s largest sporting event – attracting more than 70,000 participants in January.
18 May 2015
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Pampered Pets
It's fairly common in Hong Kong to see a pooch being paraded in a pushchair or sporting a designer coat and collar.
11 May 2015
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The Business of Well-being
Hong Kong’s "work hard, play hard" lifestyle has long been credited as the force that drives businesses and individuals to levels of peak performance.
4 May 2015
134.
Essentially French, Truly Hong Kong
Originally staged as a celebration of French-Hong Kong collaboration, Le French May arts festival has matured into an iconic hallmark of the region’s cultural scene.
24 April 2015
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Connecting People with Nature
More than 130 million people have passed through the gates of Hong Kong’s home-grown, marine-themed Ocean Park since opening in 1977.
17 April 2015
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Social Marketing
A proliferation of smartphones and tablets may be one reason why marketing research firm Nielsen predicts that social media will become the third-largest advertising platform in Hong Kong in 2015.
10 April 2015
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That’s the Spirit Webcast
From the bars of Wyndham Street, where revellers choose premium spirits in trendy establishments such as Highline and Stockton, to the city’s auction houses, where rare whiskies are fetching premium prices; spirits are big business in Hong Kong.
27 March 2015
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Where the World Comes to Play Webcast
Each year, the biggest event in the World Rugby Sevens Series returns to Hong Kong, where it all began.
19 March 2015
139.
Wives Mean Business
Kotur clutches and purses are shown off by Hollywood stars and are stocked in upmarket stores in many fashion capitals.
13 March 2015
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Brushing Up
Since peak sales of Chinese contemporary art in May 2011 put the genre and the region in the global spotlight, a stream of new art fairs and international galleries have opened across the region, many of them in Hong Kong.
5 March 2015
 
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