Hong Kong Living

5 Best Craft Beer Bars in Hong Kong

Do you miss Beertopia already? I guess we all do. Such a huge festival has reminded us how much Hong Kongers love craft beer and how unique it is. While we are waiting for the next Beertopia to come, why don’t we try some of the best craft beer in the local brew pubs first and let the delights continue to …

Kiwiana Wong - March 6, 2017

10 Must-try Cafes in Hong Kong

While bustle occurs at a lively pace in this metropolitan city that is home to many across the globe, cozy cafes seem to be one of the most important places for us to just chill out and have some lazy afternoons, balancing our work and life. Here in Hong Kong, if you don’t have time to explore the quieter side of the city, …

Kiwiana Wong - March 1, 2017

The “Disappearing” Buildings in Hong Kong (III) — The Last Corner Tenement Building in Wan Chai

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 remains …

Doris So - February 28, 2017

Exploring Another Side of Hong Kong: 5 Must Go Places for Expats

Though we don’t have long public holidays and vacation days in this month that beckon us to book long flights and plan trips to other countries, we can still explore Hong Kong during weekends! While we are always up for spending our leisure time in those typical touristy spots, nothing beats the allure of visiting somewhere new and revealing Hong Kong’s another sides simultaneously. …

Kiwiana Wong - February 22, 2017

The ‘Disappearing’ Buildings in Hong Kong (II) – The Forbidden Public House in Tsing Yi

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 …

Doris So - February 21, 2017

Foodies’ March Favorite: Taste of Hong Kong

With all the fruitful festivals and events happening this month, February has been wonderful! But wait, it is still not the time to stop the amusements! Dear foodies, here comes the premium Taste of Hong Kong, our favorite restaurant festival in Central Harborfront from 16th to 19th March 2017. This world’s greatest restaurant festival just gives you the precious chance …

Kiwiana Wong - February 17, 2017

The ‘Disappearing’ Buildings (I) – a 600-year-old Village in Tsuen Wan?!

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 into …

Doris So - February 15, 2017