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Living typhoon Mangkhut

17 September 2018

In a previous post, we told you about typhoons, how they form and what they are. We shared the good...

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Past blog entries

Typhoons in Hong Kong

14 September 2018

Experiencing a typhoon for the first time can be daunting in Hong Kong. But unless safety is at risk, we...

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Hong Kong high speed train

10 September 2018

On 23 September 2018, a new train station will open in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong section of the Express...

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Hungry like a Hungry Ghost!

24 August 2018

On the 15th night of the 7th lunar month – Saturday August 25 2018 – the Hungry Ghosts Festival is...

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Dried seafood trading in Hong Kong

11 August 2018

Ever wondered why there are so many dried seafood shops in Hong Kong, especially in Sheung Wan? This is because...

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Rural Hong Kong

7 August 2018

Hong Kong is famous for its skyscrapers and high-density districts but less so for its countryside. And it’s a pity...

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Sporty Hong Kong

17 July 2018

Whether a sports enthusiast or a beginner, Hong Kong is not only a megalopolis made of skyscrapers but also a...

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France in Hong Kong

13 July 2018

The « made in France » is very much appreciated abroad, in Asia and particularly in Hong Kong where more...

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Qi Gong in Hong Kong

3 July 2018

While strolling Hong Kong, you may have seen groups of older people, sometimes in parks or sheltered under a bridge...

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Hong Kong national day

27 June 2018

Celebrated on 1 July, this day commemorates the territory’s handover from Britain to China in 1997. It was then agreed...

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