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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...

What’s On in the Southside March 2017

Art month is officially in full swing! Hong Kong Arts Festival ends on the 18th, but don’t fret — Art Basel and the Asia...

Six great dinner date ideas for Valentine’s Day

Cosy up with your beau for a date night to remember. The baby sitter’s booked and the calendar’s cleared – now all you need is...

What’s On in the Southside, February 2017

FEB 3-5 Meditation Talks Guest speaker Lama Ole Nydahl, a Danish Lama in the Karma Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism, leads a series of talks over...
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Top 8 things to do during Chinese New Year

Lunar New Year celebrations can get confusing. Don't fear — here's our top eight things to do for Chinese New Year! 8. Give Lai See Not...

Bamboo jungle gym launches in Tai Tam Tuk

A pop-up jungle gym for children, made from 113 bamboo poles, has been constructed in Tai Tam Tuk Village as part of the Agricultural...

What’s On in the Southside, January 2017

JAN 1 41st New Year Swimming Lifesaving Championships Hong Kong Life Saving Society’s New Year race is back for its 41st year. The 600m race starts...

What’s On in the Southside, December 2016

This guide is for Christmas markets, fetes, carols, concerts, shows, displays, festivals and carnivals. Click here for winter camps and classes. MARKETS & FÊTES DEC 1 & 2 Fringe...

The best winter camps & events to check out this December (for kids and...

The Christmas season is well underway... besides festive markets and fetes, here are some Christmas camps for your children to attend and events for...

THE WEEKENDER: French November at HK Kidz, our fave Christmas markets and win a...

Immerse your child in French language and culture this November with HK Kidz. Featuring fun activities and workshops, quizzes, as well as special offers and giveaways,...
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Take a Trip Down Southern District Literary Trail

Shreena Patel goes in search of five monuments that pay homage to the Southside’s literary heritage. The third installment of this series takes us to...

Beth Narain recalls 50 years of Hong Kong

From spinning discs at The Peninsula Hotel’s nightclub, to living through the ‘67 riots, the handover and SARS, Beth Narain tells it all about...

A Sham Chung Adventure – Exploring Sai Kung West Country Park

Rory Mackay explores the depths of Sai Kung West Country Park. Remote, picturesque and obscure. Sham Chung possesses a little bit of something for everyone....