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Friday, May 26, 2017

Spring Workshop set to close

Spring Workshop, one of the pioneers of Wong Chuk Hang’s development into an arts hub, has announced it will be closing its doors at...

New hospital opens in Wong Chuk Hang

Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital (GHK) has opened in Wong Chuk Hang. The 500-bed multi-specialty private tertiary hospital is a joint venture between Parkway Pantai...

HKwalls coming to Wong Chuk Hang from March 18-26

The HKwalls festival is a live painting street art event that’s coloured the walls (and shutters) of Stanley Market, Sheung Wan and Sham Shui...

New coworking space opens in Wong Chuk Hang

Coworking space Campfire has opened a new centre in Wong Chuk Hang. Geared towards the creative industries, the new space is equipped with photo...

MTR South Island Line (East) opens

  Despite recent projections of further delays, the MTR Corporation has announced that the South Island Line (East) will commence service on Wednesday, December 28. The...
Kylie Platt, Founder of Mirth

Kylie Platt, Founder of Mirth

The Mezzanine Floor, Yip Kan Street, www.mirthhome.com Once an old stool factory, lifestyle store Mirth has taken over and transformed the former industrial space. Now...

Kevin Chow, Elephant Grounds Head Barista

Annie Wong meets the head barista of trendy Elephant Grounds in Wong Chuk Hang. I’ve been working at Elephant Grounds since the Wong Chuk...

Inside Bebegarten

Education, education, education. We all know it’s important but are we getting it right? In Hong Kong, children as young as two-and- a-half are...

The brothers behind Black Kite Brewery

Hong Kong has embraced the craft beer revolution with open arms; the city now has its own Craft Beer Association and an extensive selection of...

Top Swimming Pools for Southsiders

Dive in! Le Meridien Cyberport Non-guests can dive into the tempting pool at Le Meridien Cyberport for a daily fee. Handily located in Pok Fu Lam, it has...
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