hongkong

Change your paint colour, increase your home selling price!

Have you ever taken colour into consideration when you sell your house? If not, then you should. According to Zillow, a real estate and rental marketplace, colour definitely plays an important role in changing people’s perception towards a house, and therefore affecting the selling price. Here comes the conclusion of the company after examining over 32,000 photos from sold homes to illustrate how …

Doris Liu - July 25, 2017

7 Cosy Apartment Hotels in Hong Kong

Going to have a short stay in Hong Kong but wanting an accommodation feels like home-sweet-home? Apartment hotel would be a great choice for you! You can take a look at these 7 cosy and relaxing hotels which are all priced below HK$1,000! Butterfly on Prat Butterfly on Prat has a good location that is near to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR …

Doris So - July 5, 2017

The “Disappearing” Buildings in Hong Kong (VI) — 92-year-old Chinese Tenement Stays Sturdy After Truck Crash

Yau Tsim Mong District is the smallest district in Hong Kong. Formerly the two districts – Yau Tsim District and Mong Kok District were combined in 1994 as today’s Yau Tsim Mong District. Hong Kong government developed the south of Public Square Street in Yau Ma Tei since 1876. Station Street (today’s Shanghai Street) and Temple Street were then open …

Doris So - June 21, 2017

5 Hidden Clean Beaches in Hong Kong

Summer has already arrived! Ready to put on your bikinis or swimsuits and get into the water? Explore these 5 secret beaches, escape from the hustle and bustle and have fun! 1. Kiu Tsui Beach It’s near Sharp Island (Kiu Tsui Chau) on the western shore of the island in Sai Kung District. It offers clear water and magnificent scenery and …

Doris So - June 9, 2017

‘Cheer’ful Wednesday – Asian Wine Festival 2017

After Taste of Hong Kong, dear oenophiles, are you all ready for another round? Wanting to explore more about wines from Japan, China, Thailand, Indonesia and India? Wondering how different kinds of wines actually measure up? Missing the grape Koshu you tried in Japan last time? Asian Wine Festival 2017 can satisfy all your desire under one roof! This event …

Kiwiana Wong - April 19, 2017

To Explore Top Local & International Schools at Kindergartens Festival 2017

Kindergartens Festival 2017 organized by Education Post, South China Morning Post and Top Schools is a great platform for parents to discover education opportunities in Hong Kong. No matter if you would like to choose local or international education streams, there is a vast range of popular kindergartens, pre-nursery and playgroup institutions offering exclusive admission tips and interview information in the …

Doris So - April 13, 2017

Partying in Hong Kong! – “Warehouses on West Block Party” in Sai Ying Pun

The very first Block Party celebrating culture and community is happening on April 22 at Warehouses on West! The Warehouses on West Block Party will bring you creative workshops, events, and activities to Hong Kong’s coolest corner. Good news for those who love designs and originalities, there’ll be popup stores from local designers Melissa Bui, Pi’a and Handsome Co. Meanwhile, …

Doris So - April 7, 2017