Do you know much about the March 8 - International Women’s Day? Let's have a look at the fun facts of it. 1. International Women's Day is celebrated on March 8 every year. The name provides no clue of the date for english-speaking people but for Chinese people, the date is incorporated into the Chinese name of International Women's Day, which can be literally...

Wan Chai was known as "Ha Wan" in the past. Owning to the reconstruction, it leads to a rapid dropping number of the historical buildings in Wan Chai in the recent years, such as Lee Tung Street, also known as Wedding Card Street as it was a centre for publishing wedding cards. In fact, Wan Chai is still there...

Tsing Yi is an island in Hong Kong. It has been developed into a new town with numerous malls, recreational facilities and residential buildings. There are still some unique traditions preserved amongst Tsing Yi inhabitants. For example, the male members of the indigenous inhabitants have the rights to apply for Ting Uk and to inherit properties. Tsing Yi holds Tsing...

Hong Kong has rapidly developed from a fishing port some 170 years ago to nowadays a major international financial centre. The trace of the old Hong Kong can hardly be seen due to the rapid development and the unceasing projects of urban renewal. The large scale redevelopment projects namely Kwun Tong Town Centre Project will soon turn Kwun Tong...

The Valentine's Day is coming. Yay! Have you decided how to spend the big day with your beloved ones yet? Will you give him/her some presents? Will you arrange a candlelit dinner for your mates? Or are you still thinking of activities right now? No worries! This article will provide you with some inspirational ideas so you can figure...

I think everyone is just like me, not sure where Chinese New Year went. And most probably we are not quite ready to deal with the post-holiday blues. But, don't be down! Here are some of the very best events of February. I'm sure that they can fill your diary and month to the fullest with joy and laughters. We got the amazing Super...

Holidays approaching? Even though Hong Kong is known as a Shopping Paradise, merely shopping may seem monotonous for many tourists. For locals, you may also be wondering of how to spend your weekend holidays. Indeed, visiting outlets may be a good choice as one can just gather everything on his or her checklist in one go. Why not spend...

It is nearly the end of the “Monkey” year and here comes the “Rooster” year! There are numerous traditions about Lunar New Year and they still exist in Hong Kong nowadays. Things should be done during the festival can be familiar with most of you, such as wearing articles of red clothes as red symbolizes luck, and giving out red pockets...

Hardly can we believe that 2016 has come and gone so quickly! It is now the very time for us to start setting our new year goals and resolutions for 2017 (the year of Rooster), and wish that it is a fabulous year ahead. In 852, apart from watching the wonderful fireworks lighting up the sky, it is also...

Chung Yeung festival (重陽節), otherwise known as as the Double-Ninth, the Festival of High Places or Autumn Remembrance, has been celebrated on the ninth day of the ninth lunar month for millennia. Similar to the Ching Ming Festival in spring, the Chung Yeung Festival is a special day of ancestor memorials. On this day, entire families congregate at cemeteries to engage...

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