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Sailing the High Seas
Ahead of the prime sailing season, the Aqua Luna Restaurant Group launched the second in its fleet of “junks” – traditional Chinese boats re-imagined for leisure cruising.
16 June 2017
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Move Over, Meat
Not any more, now that the greener eating movement in Hong Kong has a meat alternative so appealing it’s even on the menu of a proudly beef-focused restaurant brand, The Butchers Club.
9 June 2017
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Air Coding
In early May, more than two dozen passengers boarded a British Airway (BA) flight from Hong Kong to London with a specific goal in mind.
2 June 2017
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Into the Future
With its loyal and devoted fan base, science fiction offers a multitude of new opportunities for creatives and entrepreneurs who are interested in the genre.
26 May 2017
165.
Dim Sum and then Some
With exquisitely presented dishes and elegant interiors, some chefs in Hong Kong are incorporating luxury ingredients into classic Chinese dishes to win over new audiences and encouraging guests to pair their meal with tea-infused cocktails.
19 May 2017
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Hakka Culture Unveiled
While Hong Kong has a long list of renowned culinary delicacies, few people have heard of one particular specialty.
12 May 2017
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Sustainable Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s second “Zero Waste Week” held last November – when people were challenged to send nothing to the landfill for seven days and a growing awareness around sustainability – show organisations are taking steps to become more planet-conscious.
8 May 2017
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Interactive Gaming Grows Up
While the entertainment factor is a major draw of interactive games, marketers are also leveraging the power of this cutting-edge technology to sell messages.
28 April 2017
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Viva La French Connection
In its silver jubilee edition, organisers of Le French May 2017 are pulling out all the stops to present an unprecedented celebration of art and life “the French way.”
21 April 2017
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Tracking Good Health
Hong Kongers are increasingly turning to technology to monitor their health.
18 April 2017
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So Eco-Chic
On returning to Hong Kong from the United States, eco-fashion entrepreneur Charlotte Tsuei found that there were “great alternatives to eating better and healthier, options for pampering and healthful travels, but not many in retail.”
10 April 2017
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Tourism Fillip Spurs More Mega-events
Responding to the changing travel habits of Chinese mainland tourists, the Hong Kong Government is set to introduce a raft of initiatives to be implemented by the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB).
31 March 2017
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Meals on Wheels
Online food delivery platforms in Hong Kong are spicing up the F&B scene.
24 March 2017
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Craft Beer Takes Off
This month, Hong Kong flagship carrier Cathay Pacific launched the world’s first ale catering to high-altitude drinking.
20 March 2017
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Larger than Life
For art lovers in Hong Kong, there is no better month than March, as mega show Art Basel arrives in the city and a host of other art-related events kick off, including Art Central and exhibitions from local and international galleries around the city.
10 March 2017
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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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