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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
142.
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
143.
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
145.
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
147.
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
148.
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
149.
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
150.
A Winning Recipe Webcast
Hong Kong’s competitive dining scene – already home to some 12,000 restaurants – makes it tough for entrepreneurs in the F&B business to run a profitable venture.
25 Feb 2015
151.
Lucky City Webcast
“The harder I work, the luckier I get,” American film producer Samuel Goldwyn once famously quipped.
18 Feb 2015
152.
Sheep Shape for the New Year
Retailers are already offering seasonal discounts which make this time of the year a shopping bonanza.
13 Feb 2015
153.
The Stars Line Up
Following pop sensation Lily Allen’s Hong Kong debut in January, British boy-band One Direction will perform for the first time in the city, live at the AsiaWorld-Expo Arena in March.
6 Feb 2015
154.
In the Swing in Asia’s World City
The city has only five golf clubs, but within that choice handful, are some of the world’s most prestigious courses in Asia and the world.
30 Jan 2015
155.
Smooth Sailing All the Way
With more than 200 outlying islands to explore, excellent sailing conditions for much of the year, and a climate that beckons an outdoor lifestyle, Hong Kong is a haven for water sports enthusiasts.
23 Jan 2015
156.
Connoisseurs Take to Tea Webcast
Chinese have been sipping tea for thousands of years, since, as legend has it, Emperor Shen Nong discovered it in 2737 BC, when some leaves of a tea plant fell into a pot of water he was boiling to drink.
15 Jan 2015
157.
Healthy Growth in Fitness Business
Former international rugby player Ed Haynes established a personal training business, Coastal Fitness, in 2009.
8 Jan 2015
158.
Hong Kong’s Glorious Food Scene
Just as New York is the city that never sleeps, Hong Kong is the city that always eats. Asia’s World City has more than 12,000 restaurants, according to Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department data, many clustered in defined food districts.
2 Jan 2015
159.
Season of Sparkle
A shopping bonanza, festive feasting and dazzling neon can only mean one thing: it’s WinterFest in Hong Kong.
19 Dec 2014
160.
Design Generation
When Virginia Lung and Ajax Law formed their architectural and spatial design firm One Plus Partnership Ltd 10 years ago, the Hong Kong designers found it difficult to convince property developers that their youthful style, which often incorporates vivid colour palettes and jazzy motifs, could be a match.
9 Dec 2014
 
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