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  • CS buoys Shenzhen business

    news.gov.hk - Top Story
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Secretary Carrie Lam hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen will continue to deepen co-operation in the coming year to produce mutual benefits for both cities.Mrs Lam co-chaired the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Co-operation Meeting in Shenzhen today with Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin.They reviewed the achievements made in the past year and the directions for co-operation in the coming year. The key points include the Qianhai development, financial services, youth co-operation and medical services.Carrie Lam said this year is a critical year for comprehensive deepening of the nation's reform, which will bring more…
  • Man dies in Mong Kok accident

    news.gov.hk - Law & Order
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    A 28-year-old man was killed and a 55-year-old taxi driver was arrested for dangerous driving causing death following an accident in Mong Kok this morning.At about 4am, the taxi was travelling along Nathan Road towards Tsim Sha Tsui. When it approached 601 Nathan Road, it hit the man who was crossing the road.He was rushed to Kwong Wah Hospital with serious injuries, where he later died.Witnesses should call Police on 2773 5200 or 2773 5258.
  • Healthier school lunches urged

    news.gov.hk - Health & Community
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Government health experts have urged school lunch suppliers to observe nutritional guidelines after a Centre for Health Protection study found 99% of 96 lunch samples exceeded the recommended amount of sodium.The Nutrient Testing of School Lunch in Primary Schools study examined the energy and major nutrient content of lunches served to students.The samples were collected from 29 schools.Releasing the findings at a press conference today, Assistant Director of Health (Health Promotion) Anne Fung warned that too much salt in the diet increases the risk of high blood pressure. She urged…
  • CS buoys Shenzhen business

    news.gov.hk - Admin & Civic Affairs
    30 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Secretary Carrie Lam hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen will continue to deepen co-operation in the coming year to produce mutual benefits for both cities.Mrs Lam co-chaired the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Co-operation Meeting in Shenzhen today with Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin.They reviewed the achievements made in the past year and the directions for co-operation in the coming year. The key points include the Qianhai development, financial services, youth co-operation and medical services.Carrie Lam said this year is a critical year for comprehensive deepening of the nation's reform, which will bring more…
  • M+ enters construction stage

    news.gov.hk - On The Record
    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Secretary Carrie LamThe M+ project has moved from the design stage to the construction stage. It is a significant milestone in the development of the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) project.M+ is Hong Kong's new museum for visual culture, focusing on 20th and 21st century art, design and architecture, and moving image from Hong Kong, China, Asia and beyond. Since the announcement of the winning design by the renowned Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron, together with TFP Farrells and Ove Arup & Partners HK, in June 2013, our M+ team has been working closely with…
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  • CS buoys Shenzhen business

    30 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Secretary Carrie Lam hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen will continue to deepen co-operation in the coming year to produce mutual benefits for both cities.Mrs Lam co-chaired the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Co-operation Meeting in Shenzhen today with Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin.They reviewed the achievements made in the past year and the directions for co-operation in the coming year. The key points include the Qianhai development, financial services, youth co-operation and medical services.Carrie Lam said this year is a critical year for comprehensive deepening of the nation's reform, which will bring more…
  • Fuel surcharges to fall 37%

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Passenger fuel surcharges will be reduced by 37% in February, the Civil Aviation Department announced today.The maximum fuel surcharges will be $81 for short-haul flights and $356 for long-haul flights.The surcharge levels are based on the ticket issue date.
  • Healthier school lunches urged

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Government health experts have urged school lunch suppliers to observe nutritional guidelines after a Centre for Health Protection study found 99% of 96 lunch samples exceeded the recommended amount of sodium.The Nutrient Testing of School Lunch in Primary Schools study examined the energy and major nutrient content of lunches served to students.The samples were collected from 29 schools.Releasing the findings at a press conference today, Assistant Director of Health (Health Promotion) Anne Fung warned that too much salt in the diet increases the risk of high blood pressure. She urged…
  • Innovation fund applications open

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Innovation & Technology Commission is inviting applications under the Innovation & Technology Fund's support programme until March 31.The exercise covers applied R&D projects that are industry-oriented and have commercialisation potential, and exploratory and forward-looking projects.The commission is seeking proposals under the themes of the elderly, technologies for financial services, and e-commerce, however, proposals on other themes will also be accepted.Click here for details.
  • CE promotes Shenzhen tech ties

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Executive CY Leung says he hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen can enhance co-operation in technology development.Mr Leung met CPC Shenzhen Municipal Committee Secretary Wang Rong this afternoon in Shenzhen after his visit to Guangzhou in the morning.He thanked Mr Wang for Shenzhen's support for Hong Kong and noted the two places have been good partners in economic and social development.He said both cities benefit from their close ties, and suggested they promote technology co-operation.
 
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  • Man dies in Mong Kok accident

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    A 28-year-old man was killed and a 55-year-old taxi driver was arrested for dangerous driving causing death following an accident in Mong Kok this morning.At about 4am, the taxi was travelling along Nathan Road towards Tsim Sha Tsui. When it approached 601 Nathan Road, it hit the man who was crossing the road.He was rushed to Kwong Wah Hospital with serious injuries, where he later died.Witnesses should call Police on 2773 5200 or 2773 5258.
  • Election arrangements can change: SJ

    27 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Secretary for Justice Rimsky Yuen says there is room for further amending the method of selecting the Chief Executive by universal suffrage after 2017 according to Hong Kong’s actual situation.He told reporters today that this has been the stance of both Hong Kong and Central Government officials, and it is also provided for in the Basic Law’s Annex.Mr Yuen reiterated that the proposal for the 2017 CE election arrangements is not, as some people worry, an ultimate arrangement which cannot be changed.
  • Woman dies in Wong Tai Sin accident

    26 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    A 59-year-old woman was killed and a 51-year-old public light bus driver was arrested for dangerous driving following an accident in Wong Tai Sin last Wednesday.About 8pm on January 21, the minibus was travelling along Choi Hung Road towards Tsz Wan Shan. When the vehicle was turning left into Tai Shing Street it knocked down the woman who was crossing the road.She was rushed to Queen Elizabeth Hospital with serious head injuries, but died the following day.Witnesses should call Police on 2305 7571 or 2305 7575.
  • Police political neutrality assured

    26 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Commissioner of Police Andy Tsang said that Police perform their duties in accordance with the law and have no political consideration.During a press conference to review the overall crime situation in 2014, Mr Tsang gave this reply in response to an inquiry on Police officers' arrests of Occupy movement protesters.He also noted that a great number of officers were sent to deal with the movement, affecting their normal policing work.The crime situations in the occupied areas worsened, he said, noting an increase of burglary cases in those areas.Mr Tsang expressed his concern over the sense of…
  • 13 arrested in illegal worker blitz

    26 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Immigration officers have arrested 13 people aged 32 to 72, including eight illegal workers and five employers for hiring them.Officers searched eight locations over the past two days, including a restaurant, a food stall, garbage collection points, a massage centre, a warehouse, a salon and a food processing centre.The department reminded employers not to hire illegal workers and warned visitors not to take up employment in Hong Kong without permission from the Director of Immigration.
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  • Healthier school lunches urged

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Government health experts have urged school lunch suppliers to observe nutritional guidelines after a Centre for Health Protection study found 99% of 96 lunch samples exceeded the recommended amount of sodium.The Nutrient Testing of School Lunch in Primary Schools study examined the energy and major nutrient content of lunches served to students.The samples were collected from 29 schools.Releasing the findings at a press conference today, Assistant Director of Health (Health Promotion) Anne Fung warned that too much salt in the diet increases the risk of high blood pressure. She urged…
  • 99.7% of food samples pass safety check

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Centre for Food Safety tested 10,900 food samples last month and recorded an overall satisfactory rate of 99.7%, in line with the pass rate for the whole of 2014 which was 99.8%.Other than the 35 unsatisfactory samples announced already, two milk beverage samples were found not to contain milk fat.The centre said these items will not likely cause any adverse health effects with normal consumption, but it has traced their sources, asked vendors to stop selling them, and has taken follow-up food samples.It also noted that since it enhanced enforcement action in the implementation of the…
  • More Guangdong H7N9 cases reported

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Centre for Health Protection has learned of three new avian influenza A (H7N9) cases in Guangdong.They involve a 21-year-old man in Shenzhen, a 59-year-old man in Meizhou and a 42-year-old woman in Foshan. The male patients are in a stable condition while the female patient is in a critical condition.  They bring the total number of confirmed H7N9 cases on the Mainland to 502.
  • CSSA rent allowance to rise

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The maximum rates of the rent allowance under the Comprehensive Social Security Assistance Scheme will rise 6.7% from February 1, the Social Welfare Department announced today.The adjustment is based on the movement of the Consumer Price Index (A) rent index for private housing.On the revision of the standard payment rates under the CSSA Scheme, and rates of Old Age Allowance, Old Age Living Allowance, Disability Allowance and the Guangdong Scheme under the Social Security Allowance Scheme, details will be announced after the Legislative Council approves the adjustment proposals.Call the…
  • Illegal drug sellers arrested

    27 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Department of Health and Police officers have arrested an 83-year-old man and a 61-year-old woman for the illegal sale of unregistered medicine.They raided a shop in Causeway Bay today and found it to be selling products labelled as containing fluocinonide and erythromycin.Both are prescription medicines which should only be used under the advice of a medical doctor and supplied at pharmacies supervised by registered pharmacists.Health officials urged people who have bought the products to stop using them and consult doctors if they are in doubt or unwell after their use.
 
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  • CS buoys Shenzhen business

    30 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Secretary Carrie Lam hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen will continue to deepen co-operation in the coming year to produce mutual benefits for both cities.Mrs Lam co-chaired the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Co-operation Meeting in Shenzhen today with Shenzhen Mayor Xu Qin.They reviewed the achievements made in the past year and the directions for co-operation in the coming year. The key points include the Qianhai development, financial services, youth co-operation and medical services.Carrie Lam said this year is a critical year for comprehensive deepening of the nation's reform, which will bring more…
  • $12.6b surplus recorded

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Government recorded a $12.6 billion surplus in December, mainly due to the collection of profits and salaries taxes, the Financial Services & the Treasury Bureau said today.Government expenditure for the nine months ending December 31 amounted to $284.7 billion, with revenues of $319.9 billion. The net surplus for the period amounted to $35.2 billion.Fiscal reserves stood at $781.2 billion as at December 31.
  • CE promotes Shenzhen tech ties

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Executive CY Leung says he hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen can enhance co-operation in technology development.Mr Leung met CPC Shenzhen Municipal Committee Secretary Wang Rong this afternoon in Shenzhen after his visit to Guangzhou in the morning.He thanked Mr Wang for Shenzhen's support for Hong Kong and noted the two places have been good partners in economic and social development.He said both cities benefit from their close ties, and suggested they promote technology co-operation.
  • CE meets GD official

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Executive CY Leung met Guangdong Provincial Committee Secretary Hu Chunhua in Guangzhou today.He thanked Mr Hu for Guangdong's support for the Hong Kong Government in the past year.Noting the close economic partnership between the two areas, Mr Leung said both sides could further promote technology and student exchanges.Mr Leung was accompanied by Secretary for Constitutional & Mainland Affairs Raymond Tam, Secretary for Education Eddie Ng and Secretary for Development Paul Chan.
  • Construction council member named

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Secretary for Development has appointed Ringo Yu as a non-official member of the Construction Industry Council.Five incumbent non-official members and three incumbent official members have also been re-appointed.They will serve for a two-year term from February 1.The council was established in February 2007 as a statutory body with a mission to forge consensus on long-term strategic issues concerning the construction industry, convey the needs and aspirations of the industry to the Government, and provide a channel for the Government to solicit advice from the sector.
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    news.gov.hk - On The Record

  • M+ enters construction stage

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Secretary Carrie LamThe M+ project has moved from the design stage to the construction stage. It is a significant milestone in the development of the West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) project.M+ is Hong Kong's new museum for visual culture, focusing on 20th and 21st century art, design and architecture, and moving image from Hong Kong, China, Asia and beyond. Since the announcement of the winning design by the renowned Swiss architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron, together with TFP Farrells and Ove Arup & Partners HK, in June 2013, our M+ team has been working closely with…
  • HK helps start-ups go global

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory SoHong Kong is a textbook study in transformation. Rising from a small trading harbour little more than a century ago, Hong Kong is today a global centre for trade, finance, business, logistics, telecommunications and restaurant trends, too.Other central planks include the rule of law, upheld by an independent judiciary, a level playing field for business, free flow of capital and information, and a much appreciated low and simple tax regime.And Hong Kong is a free port. That means we don't levy tariffs on imports or exports. Our…
  • Policy address shapes HK’s future

    24 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Chief Executive CY LeungJust over a week ago, I delivered my third Policy Address. It covered a number of important issues that will shape Hong Kong's future, including the hot topics of constitutional development and housing.Constitutional developmentOn constitutional development, I want to stress that my government is firmly committed to achieving universal suffrage of selecting the Chief Executive in 2017 in line with the Basic Law and relevant decisions of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress.It is my great hope that the next Chief Executive in 2017 will be selected by…
  • Ethical culture builds investor confidence

    21 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Financial Secretary John TsangWhen it comes to ethics and business, I’m a “Dilbert” fan, not for the cartoon’s point of view, of course, but for the way Scott Adams, the creator of “Dilbert,” expresses it.  I’m pretty sure you know what I mean, but let me give you one “Dilbert” example.The Pointy-Haired Boss tells Wally, an engineer and the office deadbeat, that he’s “failed the online ethics course for the third time.” He adds: “You can’t be an engineer for this company if you have no grasp of business ethics. You leave me no choice,” says the Pointy-Haired…
  • HK initiatives a boon for private equity

    20 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Financial Secretary John TsangAsia is where the world of business and finance wants to be. This region has emerged as both a source of capital and investment opportunities, with capital under management doubling, from US$253 billion in 2009 to US$523 billion in 2013.This trend is mainly driven by the region's rapid economic growth and wealth creation, the growing experience of private-equity managers investing in Asia, the increased liquidity of the Asian private-equity market, and the need of global asset owners to diversify beyond developed markets.In particular, the private-equity industry…
 
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  • Healthier school lunches urged

    30 Jan 2015 | 7:40 am
    Voiceover: <br>The Department of Health and the Food & Environmental Hygiene Department carried out a study from March to April 2013, on the nutritional value of lunches served at 29 ...
  • CE promotes Shenzhen tech ties

    30 Jan 2015 | 7:40 am
    <br>Chief Executive CY Leung says he hopes Hong Kong and Shenzhen can enhance co-operation in technology development. <br>? <br>Mr Leung met CPC Shenzhen Municipal Committee ...
  • 99.7 of food samples pass safety check

    30 Jan 2015 | 7:40 am
    <br>The Centre for Food Safety tested 10,900 food samples last month and recorded an overall satisfactory rate of 99.7%, in line with the pass rate for the whole of 2014 which was 99.8%. ...
  • 3 beaches graded good

    30 Jan 2015 | 7:40 am
    <br>The Environmental Protection Department has graded water quality at three beaches 'good' and one 'fair' for this weekend. <br>? <br>Clear Water Bay Second, ...
  • Company law committee members named

    30 Jan 2015 | 7:40 am
    Standing Committee on Company Law Reform for a two-year term from February 1. <br>? <br>Six incumbent members - Prof David Donald, Roxanne Ismail, Rainier Lam, Kenneth Ng, Benita Yu and ...
 
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  • Human infection with avian influenza A(H7N9) virus - China

    27 Jan 2015 | 12:06 pm
    On 23 January 2015, the Department of Health, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region notified WHO of 1 additional laboratory-confirmed case of human infection with avian influenza A virus. The patient is a 79-year-old male who developed symptoms on 19 January and consulted a private doctor on the same day.
  • Cyclooxygenase-1 Serves a Vital Hepato-Protective Function in Chemically Induced Acute Liver Injury

    27 Jan 2015 | 12:45 am
    Although the role of COX-2 in liver diseases has been studied, little is known about the function of COX-1 in liver injury. We aimed to investigate the role and mechanism of COX-1 in acute liver injury.
  • Squeeze Put on Hong Kong Press Freedom

    26 Jan 2015 | 8:35 pm
    Hong Kong's 2014 pro-democracy pro-democracy protests came at the end of year that the HK Journalists Association called the "darkest for press freedom" in decades . Following the release of a PEN America report on threats to press freedom in Hong Kong earlier this month, the International Federation of Journalists today released a report warning of "intervention behind the scenes" of Hong Kong's media during pro-democracy protests.
  • HK varsities raise the bar for mainland Chinese students

    26 Jan 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Hong Kong: Hong Kong universities have raised the bar for Chinese mainland students due to the increasing number of applications. The comparatively low cost of tuition and living expenses and the world-recognised quality in higher education in Hong Kong attract mainland students to pursue higher education there.
  • New Market Research Report: GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd. (3800) -...

    25 Jan 2015 | 1:23 pm
    It manufactures and supplies polysilicon materials and wafers, and operates renewable energy and cogeneration power plants. The company offers high-quality solar grade and electronic grade/semiconductor grade polysilicon raw materials; and silicon wafers such as p-type and n-type monocrystalline silicon wafers, multi-wafers and quasi-mono wafers for companies operating in the solar industry.
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  • Velodrome to reopen Feb 2

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Hong Kong Velodrome will reopen on February 2. Bookings will start at 7am on February 1.The cycling track’s surface enhancement works have been completed and the International Cycling Union has inspected the velodrome, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department announced today.The Head Coach of the Hong Kong Cycling Team Shen Jinkang and team members have tested and approved the enhanced track.Mr Shen said the track meets the needs of the team's high quality training regimen.
  • Family drama to be staged

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Jumbo Kids Theatre group will stage its latest family programme Win at the Starting Line in March.The story will be performed in Cantonese and explores an aggressive girl's journey after receiving an unsatisfactory test result.It will be staged at Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre from March 6 to 8, Sheung Wan Civic Centre from March 13 to 15, and at Tsuen Wan Town Hall from March 20 to 22.Tickets are available at URBTIX.For enquires click here.
  • Drama group to perform Shakespeare

    22 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Class 7A Drama Group will stage a musical version of Shakespeare's Macbeth in March.Macbeth 2.0 explores the rhythm of Cantonese with Shakespeare's verses and will set each word and stanza of the original play to a musical conceit, heightening the tensions in the play with music-embedded Cantonese.Macbeth is one of Shakespeare's four great tragedies, portraying in great detail human greed and the psychological stress after committing a crime.The performance will be staged at 8pm from March 19 to 22, and at 3pm on March 21 and 22 at Kwai Tsing Theatre.Tickets are $200 each and are now…
  • Flower show contest opens

    18 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Entry submissions for the 2015 Hong Kong Flower Show plant exhibits competition are open until January 28, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department announced today.The show will be held in Victoria Park from March 20 to 29, with "When Blossoms Dance" as its main theme, and the oncidium as the theme flower.The competition, with open and school categories, is divided into 15 sections and 94 classes.The sections include orchid, Chinese cymbidium, potted plant, cactus and succulent, foliage and carnivorous plants, African violet, bonsai-type plants, floral arrangements in Western and…
  • Youth Cantonese operas to be staged

    18 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Hong Kong Young Talent Cantonese Opera Troupe will perform three operas in March.Two Dragons Vying for a Phoenix will be staged at Tai Po Civic Centre on March 14, Blessings of the Moon will be performed at the Ko Shan Theatre New Wing on March 15, and A Buddhist Recluse for Fourteen Years will be presented at Yau Ma Tei Theatre on March 16. The shows start at 7.30pm.The performances are part of the Leisure & Cultural Services Department's Young Cantonese Opera Artists Series.Tickets are available at URBTIX.Click here for enquiries.
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    news.gov.hk - Business & Finance

  • Company law committee members named

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Financial Secretary John Tsang has appointed Bruno Arboit, Bonnie Chan, Prof John Lowry and Keith Pogson to the Standing Committee on Company Law Reform for a two-year term from February 1.Six incumbent members - Prof David Donald, Roxanne Ismail, Rainier Lam, Kenneth Ng, Benita Yu and Wendy Yung - have been reappointed.The Government thanked outgoing members Chew Fook-aun, Prof Goo Say-hak, Johnson Kong and Catherine Morley for their valuable contributions over the past six years.The committee was formed in 1984 to advise the Financial Secretary on amendments to the Companies Ordinance, the…
  • Innovation fund applications open

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Innovation & Technology Commission is inviting applications under the Innovation & Technology Fund's support programme until March 31.The exercise covers applied R&D projects that are industry-oriented and have commercialisation potential, and exploratory and forward-looking projects.The commission is seeking proposals under the themes of the elderly, technologies for financial services, and e-commerce, however, proposals on other themes will also be accepted.Click here for details.
  • Korean IP deal signed

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Hong Kong and Korea have signed a memorandum of understanding on intellectual property co-operation.The memorandum provides a framework to facilitate co-operation between Hong Kong and Korea in the areas of intellectual property, including information exchange and experience, personnel training, and promotion of intellectual property trading. Director of Intellectual Property Ada Leung and Korean Intellectual Property Office Commissioner Kim Young-min signed the memorandum today.Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development, and Chairman of the Working Group on Intellectual Property…
  • LPG prices to fall

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Liquefied petroleum gas ceiling prices for dedicated filling stations will drop by 39 cents to 42 cents a litre in February, the Electrical & Mechanical Services Department announced today.Prices will range from $2.94 to $3.44 per litre, reflecting the LPG international price movement in January.Click here for details.
  • ATV fined for licence fee arrears

    27 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Communications Authority has imposed a $200,000 fine on ATV and directed it to settle its outstanding licence fees and interests by mid-March.Acting Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Godfrey Leung told lawmakers today ATV has not yet paid the fixed fee for its free TV service licence and the annual fee for its fixed carrier licence.The authority considers it a serious breach. It is also the second breach of the same requirement in three years.The authority has provisionally decided to impose a fine and will consider invoking licence revocation procedures if ATV fails to…
 
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  • 3 beaches graded 'good'

    29 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Environmental Protection Department has graded water quality at three beaches 'good' and one 'fair' for this weekend.Clear Water Bay Second, Deep Water Bay and Golden Beaches have been rated good, while Silverstrand Beach has been rated fair.All other beaches are closed for the winter.
  • Agricultural policy views welcome

    28 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Government will hold three sessions to listen to views on its public consultation document, New Agricultural Policy: Sustainable Agricultural Development in Hong Kong.The sessions will be held on February 9 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Cheung Wah Community Hall in Cheung Wah Estate in Fanling, on February 25 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at the Tung Chung Community Hall in the Tung Chung Municipal Services Building at 39 Man Tung Road in Tung Chung, and on February 26 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Yuen Long Theatre Lecture Room at 9 Tai Yuk Road in Yuen Long.The sessions will be conducted in…
  • Lunar New Year clean-up starts

    25 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    The Food & Environmental Hygiene Department today began a three-week clean-up campaign across the city to usher in the upcoming Year of the Ram.During the campaign period, the department will step up cleaning of public facilities such as markets, cooked food centres and hawker bazaars under its management.It will also boost cleaning and pest control measures in all districts and set up additional temporary refuse collection points for people throwing away large household waste items.The clean-up will run until February 15.The department will strengthen enforcement action to ensure public…
  • Old computers bring new hope

    24 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Hong Kong households and businesses throw away more than 70,000 tonnes of computers and electronic equipment every year.To reduce the amount of electronic waste dumped at the city's landfills, the Environmental Protection Department launched the Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment Recycling Programme, or WEEE, to encourage schools and the community to donate used electrical and electronic equipment to non-governmental organisations.Caritas Hong Kong is one of the organisations that accept donations of computers and other electricals either for recycling or refurbishing, and resells…
  • Green building blueprint set

    23 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    A blueprint on energy-efficient buildings will be announced in the first half of this year, Secretary for the Environment KS Wong says.Mr Wong told the media after attending a radio programme today the public will be encouraged to express their views on how Hong Kong's buildings can save energy.On the extension of the Environmental Levy Scheme on Plastic Shopping Bags from April, the Government will conduct more publicity programmes to educate the retail trade and the public on the extension, he added.
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  • September in Hong Kong

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:22 am
    September in Hong Kong can be hot, humid and rainy, but it's also a month packed with events. Check out our September in Hong Kong guide covering weather, what to pack, and events in September.
  • Chinese Guangdong Group Visa

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:22 am
    Chinese Guangdong Group Visa – Simpler than a full Chinese visa, find out if your family or group is eligible for the Guangdong Group Visa and where and how to purchase one.
  • Traveling Between Hong Kong and Macau By Ferry?...

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:22 am
    The ferry between Hong Kong and Macau is the only transport between the two SARs. Find out where to catch it, how much it costs and when it runs in our guide to the ferry between Hong Kong and Macau.
  • Where to eat in Kowloon

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:22 am
    Top tips on where to eat in Kowloon - from districts like Kowloon City to street food markets and the maze of Chungking Mansions.
  • What's Best Way to Travel from Hong Kong to...

    30 Jan 2015 | 4:22 am
    The best way to travel from Hong Kong to Shenzhen is by using the MTR subway. Our step by step guide to travelling by subway from Hong Kong to Shenzhen covers the where, when and how much.
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    19 Jan 2015 | 3:42 am
    Link to original post: Instagram: 今晚在九龍城廣場‘日滿屋’吃飯。… 今晚在九龍城廣場‘日滿屋’吃飯。“請問你們幾多位?” Having dinner at 日滿屋 (Japanese) tonight. “How many persons?” gregory.hk | hokwokwing.hk | heguorong.hk | 河國榮.hk
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    17 Jan 2015 | 11:53 pm
    Link to original post: Instagram: 今早與楊玉梅小姐為2014中華才… 今早與楊玉梅小姐為2014中華才藝小姐國際大賽之香車美人大巡遊當主禮嘉賓。我們好看嗎? Strawberry and I were guests at this morning's car parade event, part of the 2014 Miss China Talent International project. gregory.hk | hokwokwing.hk | heguorong.hk | 河國榮.hk
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    15 Jan 2015 | 1:59 am
    Link to original post: Instagram: 剛剛昨天收到,來自家鄉的聖誕禮物… 剛剛昨天收到,來自家鄉的聖誕禮物,家人自製的餅乾和醬。正! Received just yesterday, the best Xmas presents ever! Homemade biccies (biscuits), rocky-road and sauces from my family in Australia. Yum!!! gregory.hk | hokwokwing.hk | heguorong.hk | 河國榮.hk
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    Gregory 河國榮
    28 Dec 2014 | 9:27 pm
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  • Instagram: 我至愛的鋁片商店「榮利威記五金」…

    Gregory 河國榮
    28 Dec 2014 | 9:25 pm
    Link to original post: Instagram: 我至愛的鋁片商店「榮利威記五金」… 我至愛的鋁片商店「榮利威記五金」,旺角新填地街315號 My favourite shop for sheets of aluminium Wing Lee Wai Kee Metal @ 315 Reclamation St, Mong Kok gregory.hk | hokwokwing.hk | heguorong.hk | 河國榮.hk
 
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    sketches from the other side

  • the sparkling south china sea

    25 Jan 2015 | 10:13 pm
    source: AP Photo/Kin Cheung via GizmodoThis beautiful and deadly image has been circulating through the media for the past week. It's a picture of Hong Kong's shoreline in Tai Po, awash in Noctiluca scintillans algal bloom. I first saw and wrote about the luminescent waters in 2009, though back then I didn't know that they were not positive for the environment. The plankton at the bay in Farjado, Puerto Rico are a tourist attraction and it never occurred to me that their presence could spell disaster. I now know that the glowing shores of 'sea sparkle' feed on nitrogen and phosphorus rich…
  • dodging the bullet

    24 Jan 2015 | 11:56 pm
    Brent Rose posted a review of the bulletproof coffee craze that I would recommend anyone to read before deciding to embark on this latest diet craze. You can find it here: http://gizmodo.com/bulletproof-coffee-debunking-the-hot-buttered-hype-1681321467I wish that I had found this type of a review six months ago when I thought, hey, why not, but then I wouldn't have this story to share. Six months ago everyone who wrote about bulletproof coffee was raving about it so how was I to know how it would end?From the beginning I was a sceptic, but I am a big believer in the power of a placebo so…
  • about that bathrobe

    22 Jan 2015 | 10:10 pm
    It all started when I was scrolling through my news reader and came across a Jezebel feature titled, 'The Engagement Ended. What Did You Do With The Ring?' There were more than a couple of replies stating that the ring was returned and the ex-fiance immediately re-engaged to the woman he was cheating with. I resemble this, I thought.I wasn't really engaged though. We made it as far as a hike into Friedrich Park where he had once erected bat houses for his Eagle Scout project, up to a hill, and then he started talking about our future. The problem was that it came with a lot of rules. Who…
  • visibility

    21 Jan 2015 | 9:56 pm
    How long is the Hong Kong government going to avoid confronting China about the pollution? We have steadily been declining in air quality thanks to our proximity to the mainland and the Northern winds that carry nitrogen dioxide and particulates over into the territory. By the way, this measurement is not accurate because the air quality monitors maxed out.Air quality in Central yesterday. Source: EPDYou can read qir quality readings here:http://www.aqhi.gov.hk/en.htmlYou can find the EPD's recommended precautionary measures for air quality measurements…
  • vocation communication

    16 Jan 2015 | 2:51 am
    Today was one of those days when I feel like I didn't accomplish much at all. I spend most of the day in discussions with what seemed like everyone in my contact list. My face hurt from all of the jawing back and forth. I'm not used to spending so much time talking and feel mentally drained with nothing to show for it. What can be sadder than a person in a tangible vocation without anything tangible?Actually, a lot was accomplished by way of agreements on how to go forward, or in more cases, agreements on what wasn't going to be pursued any further. There was a lot of posturing and…
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    跑馬地 - The Valley

  • Event Space in Happy Valley

    Paul B
    5 Jan 2015 | 10:52 am
    Walking along Village Road, I spot what I think is a cool addition to the Happy Valley neighborhood: an event space.The sign on the window reads "Want A Space For.... Pop-Up Shop (new trend?), Conference, Training, Party, Product/Book Launch, Art Exhibition, Seminar, Event, Gathering, Photoshooting, Interview, Cultural Talk, Wine Appreciation"I like the sound of all of these especially the wine appreciation part. I've signed up to their email list and hope the events start pouring in.Edge Gallery / Event Space46-48 Village Road,Happy Valley, Hong KongTel. 2887 0313Email:…
  • Delightful Durian Dessert

    Paul B
    4 Jan 2015 | 8:59 am
    Tonight I found something I thought I never would: a shop filled with the heady aroma of Durian. Just a stones throw from Happy Valley, over on Canal Road West, is Cheung Kee Dessert. When we showed up late on a Sunday night, we were lucky to get a seat. I realise the smell of Durian can offend some people but there seems to be a large segment of the population that can deal with it, including me. We both ordered the special: Durian Shave Ice. It was bigger than we thought and one would have been plenty for the two of us - next time. The durian ice cream is placed on a big mound of…
  • Pour n Sip Popup Wine Shop

    Paul B
    3 Jan 2015 | 8:38 pm
    Look what popped up while I was out of town: a pop up wine shop. I popped in today to have a sniff around. They have a decent selection of French and Italian wines. The Italian wine I bought (Pico Maccario, Lavignone, Barbera D'Asti 2012, HK$198) has some connection to a Japanese comic book called A Drop of God? according to Josh the shop manager.The pop up shop idea is a clever idea to fill up empty space while waiting for a "big fish" to come along and pay the extortionate rent that local landlords like to extract. I wonder if there are enough pop up shops in existence to fill up the…
  • Enotria: Italian Wine Appreciation Course

    Paul B
    3 Jan 2015 | 4:27 am
    Getting some Italian language and culture lessons just got a whole lot easier for Happy Valley residents since the Dante Alighieri Society moved their operation to Leighton Road (1/F Honest Building, 9-11) recently.I can't believe I'm going to miss the upcoming Enotria Event: Italian Wine Appreciation Course presented by Paolo Fassina of Castello Banfi. Hopefully, this will become a regular event so I can attend the next one(s).http://www.ladante.cc/index.html
  • Crossfit Cavaliers, Happy Valley, Hong Kong

    Paul B
    7 Sep 2014 | 3:21 am
    While my wife scrambles for a Kowloon taxi, I have a peek inside the new gym that has setup at street level in the Winner Building. I must say, to setup a fitness centre in a prime retail shop (right opposite the tram terminus) seems quite ballsy. I like their style and hope they crush it.The lady who hands me a flyer is a good advertisement for them: she's ripped and has better arms than Michelle Obama! When I suggest I join a FunFit session she lets me down gently, "sorry, for ladies only." I'm not sure I'm tough enough for their 5;30am CrossFit session, though.Anyway, it's nice to see some…
 
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    Asia Sentinel

  • Malaysia Sedition Law Snares Opposition

    Our Correspondent
    29 Jan 2015 | 6:35 pm
    In 2012, with Malaysia’s national ruling coalition facing a tough reelection campaign, Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak promised a raft of human rights reforms including cutting the country’s infamous colonial-era Internal Security Act, which allows for indefinite detention without trial. None of those reforms have been delivered. Instead, in the past several months, Najib, faced with a revolt within his United Malays National Organization, has in effect replaced the internal security act with a sedition law that he had also promised to do away with.  Under its provisions, as many as 20…
  • Myanmar’s Reform Roller Coaster

    Reynaldo Santos Jr.
    29 Jan 2015 | 6:05 pm
    The trials, tribulations and recent relative triumph of the international health charity Médecins Sans Frontières in Myanmar are a salutary reminder that the Southeast Asian nation’s much heralded transition from military dictatorship to quasi-civilian administration has not been an entirely smooth ride. No one with any understanding of the country ever believed it would be. Early heady optimism has gradually settled into a mixture of cautious hope seasoned with liberal doses of regular frustration.In a new report this week, the Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies described 2014 as a…
  • Vietnam: Open Secrets on the Road to Succession

    Reynaldo Santos Jr.
    29 Jan 2015 | 5:34 pm
    The normally opaque Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam has made a public splash with its recently concluded 10thCentral Committee plenum. The stakes are high and carry implications not only for Vietnam’s development but also for the strategic outlook of the entire region. So what exactly is going on? The excitement centers on the issue of leadership succession and attendant struggles for power. In 2016 the Communist Party will hold its 12th party congress and before it does, it must choose a new crop of leaders. Several members of the country’s 16-member Politburo are…
  • New Sri Lankan Government Solidifies Reforms

    Reynaldo Santos Jr.
    28 Jan 2015 | 6:20 pm
    The electoral ouster of Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse on Jan. 8 appears to be a refreshing and ultimately hugely significant moment of destiny for what what Cosmas once called “this great island in the ocean.” A new, smaller cabinet is being assembled, and with it, hopefully, a political will to change. The appointment of the liberal, culturally refined, and quietly westernized Ranil Wickremesinghe as prime minister will surely be a huge boost to the international profile of the country. As the 2004 UNP prime minister during Chandrika Kumaratunge’s Sri Lanka Freedom…
  • Language Next Nationalist Battleground for Indonesia

    Lin Neumann
    28 Jan 2015 | 4:02 pm
    In a move that appears aimed at the numbers of Chinese mainlanders flooding into Indonesia’s industrial sector but that will likely sideswipe foreign and local investors, the government is poised to mandate that all expatriate work permit holders be forced to learn Indonesian as a foreign language. The early drafts of the new rules – which have not been formally introduced  – state that foreigners must be proficient in Indonesian before work permits will be issued. Later drafts seem to indicate some flexibility, but companies are worried that even vital senior executives, who rotate…
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    ButterBoom

  • Time To Put on a Chunky Sweater

    Roxanne Wentworth
    29 Jan 2015 | 8:33 pm
    One of the greatest things about winter is the fashion. From jackets and coats, to boots and scarves there are endless possibilities of how to keep the chill at bay. One very stylish way is to put on a chunky... This post first appeared on ButterBoom.
  • Cara Delevingne Wears John Hardy Jewellery

    Sidney Koo
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:27 pm
    We are paying attention to John Hardy‘s Cara Delevingne spring visuals! Responsible for the shoot are Creative Consultant David Lipman, photographer Sebastian Faena and Sara Jane Hoare. Kudos to John Hardy for picking Cara for this shoot. We love the bohemian and carefree vibe... This post first appeared on ButterBoom.
  • Brazilian Artist Beatriz Milhazes’ First Exhibition in Hong Kong

    SC
    28 Jan 2015 | 5:01 pm
    Known for her modernist pictorial styles, Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes will be exhibiting in Hong Kong for the very first time from 13 March to 30 May 2015 at White Cube Hong Kong. Milhazes expresses her creativity thorugh rich colour... This post first appeared on ButterBoom.
  • Prada’s 70′s Inspired SS15 Collection

    Roxanne Wentworth
    27 Jan 2015 | 8:27 pm
    Such is the anticipation surrounding the Prada show every year that just the arrival of the invitations sends fashion folk everywhere into a Instagram uploading, hash-tagging frenzy. For her Spring/Summer 2015 runway show, Designer Miuccia Prada didn’t disappoint. The collection was... This post first appeared on ButterBoom.
  • Bulgari Opens Flagship Store on Canton Road

    SC
    27 Jan 2015 | 5:21 pm
    Italian jewellery house Bulgari opens its latest flagship store in Canton Road. It will be the first store to house Bulgari’s jewellery and watch collection, accessories and the brand’s IL Cioccolato range, which is a line of Bulgari chocolate miniatures... This post first appeared on ButterBoom.
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    NeonPunch

  • Magic in the Valley, 28 January & 4 February 2015

    Pannee
    22 Jan 2015 | 8:00 pm
    Happy Wednesday is a great place to visit for mid week entertainment.  On 28 January and 4 February, Magic in the Valley features world-class illusionist performing magic tricks, live music, delicious eats and lots of action on the track. Magic in the Valley has lined-up an all star talent on 28 January and 4 February. Come and watch  Avon Lee (who holds the Guinness World Record for the most teleportation illusions in one minute with six) perform his teleportation illusions (28 Jan & 4 Feb) . Magician Jeremy Pei (4 Feb), the youngest magician to win an International Magic…
  • Gucci Reveals its Latest Fragrance, Gucci Première Eau de Toilette

    SC
    9 Sep 2014 | 6:05 pm
    The women’s fragrance is a subtle version of its popular Eau de Parfum edition. Gucci Première Eau de Toilette is a lighter and more delicate scent than the Eau de Parfum editionThe fragrance incorporates notes of radiant flowers and citrus like orange blossom, freesia, jasmine sambac, and Bulgarian rose with muskier notes of leather and patchouli for a feminine and modern fragrance. The scent takes inspiration from the Gucci Première couture collection that debuted four years ago at the Cannes Film Festival and featured luxurious evening gowns specially designed for top…
  • Johnnie Walker Presents The Gentleman’s Wager starring Jude Law

    SC
    10 Aug 2014 | 6:55 pm
    The luxury blended Scotch Whisky brand teams up with Jude Law for a cool short film. In a unique campaign for its Blue Label, Johnnie Walker has teamed up with Hollywood for a short six-minute film starring Jude Law and Giancarlo Giannini. The film, The Gentleman’s Wager – directed by British director Jake Scott – revolves around the two men and a wager. Shot in The British Virgin Islands, the Caribbean and London, the story begins with both Law and Giannini sipping the blended scotch whisky on a fine, hand-crafted boat. Looking out across the ocean, Law suddenly announces…
  • Puma Launches New Line of Ultrasize Watches In Hong Kong

    James
    3 Aug 2014 | 7:07 pm
    Puma, proving bigger is sometimes better, style-wise. Metal Black Yellow – HK$950 Sports wear maker Puma has followed up its popular ULTRASIZE men’s watches with a new line aptly titled Ultrasize 2.0. The watches features simple elements, including a racing-inspired left-hand crown, modern hour and minute marks and sleek metal dial cases that are all constructed with maximum visual style. The crown is oversized to match the ULTRASIZE 50mm dial; time marks are elevated off the floor of the dial and feature a stylized ‘3’ at 15:00 and signature leaping PUMA cat logo at 12:00 and…
  • The Nikon D810 DSLR Launched In Hong Kong

    James
    30 Jul 2014 | 7:06 pm
    Nikon adds a few more bells and whistles to an already great camera. The D810 gets an upgrade giving the DSLR betting image and video capture abilities. While on the face of things there seems to be little difference to its predecessor, the D810 has quite a few under the hood upgrades, from a new image sensor and EXPEED 4 image-processing engine, to better stereo audio recording during video capture. Photo enthusiasts will find that D810 is better equipped to handle taking extremely detailed photos thanks to a an electronic front-curtain shutter, which effectively reduces internal mechanical…
 
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    Hong Kong Digital PhotoVision

  • Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 2015

    hkdigit
    27 Jan 2015 | 7:04 am
    Categories: Hong Kong Sports The 2015 Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon is the 19th edition of the popular running event, founded in 1997, held on January 25th 2015. 10km/ 10km Wheelchair... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! http://www.hkdigit.net
  • 38th New Year Winter Swimming Lifesaving Championships

    hkdigit
    2 Jan 2015 | 3:53 pm
    Categories: Hong Kong Sports HONG KONG – 38th New Year Winter Swimming Lifesaving Championships, organized by the Hong Kong Life Saving Society (“HKLSS”), 600-metre swim from Middle Bay to... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! http://www.hkdigit.net
  • New Year Winter Swimming Championships 2014

    hkdigit
    2 Jan 2015 | 8:27 am
    Categories: Hong Kong Sports Hong Kong: 2014 New Year Winter Swimming Competition held on January 1, 2014 started at Middle Bay and finished at Repulse Bay. Organized by the Hong Kong Life Saving... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! http://www.hkdigit.net
  • Kowloon Peak Fei Ngo Shan – I Want Genuine Universal Suffrage banner

    hkdigit
    6 Nov 2014 | 2:16 am
    Categories: Hong Kong News 31 Oct, 2014 – Another giant pro-democracy banner states “I want genuine universal suffrage (我要真普選)” has been hung on Kowloon Peak (aka Fei Ngo Shan)... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! http://www.hkdigit.net
  • Lion Rock – I Want Genuine Universal Suffrage banner

    hkdigit
    3 Nov 2014 | 2:15 am
    Categories: Hong Kong News 23 October, 2014 – Hong Kong : A group of 14 mountain climbers who called themselves “Hong Kong Spiders (香港蜘蛛仔)” hung a giant yellow banner on Lion Rock... This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! http://www.hkdigit.net
 
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    Hong Kong Travel - What's New?

  • Lantern Displays Coming Soon! February 12 - March 22, 2015

    26 Jan 2015 | 12:54 am
    The LCSD sets up an amazing Lantern Exhibition in the grounds of the HK Cultural Centre. The exhibition is part of the Chinese New Year Celebrations and runs for about a month. This is not your typical red Chinese Lantern, the displays are quite colorful and can take just about any size, shape and form you can imagine. Don't miss them this year! 2015 Lantern Displays When? February 12 - March 22, 2015, lit-up time from 6:30pm to 11pm daily Where? The Hong Kong Cultural Centre Piazza by the Water Pools in front of the Clocktower, Tsim Sha Tsui. How Much? Free!
  • Hong Kong Chinese New Year Celebrations 2015 Welcoming the Year of the Goat!

    22 Jan 2015 | 12:00 am
    The Flower markets are just getting underway and will be bustling with activity soon. The fireworks, the fantastic parade, the Well Wishing Festival, and the Lion and Dragon dances are still to come! It's all happening this month, Chinese New Year is on February 19, 2015, the celebrations are ongoing for the next 15 days and culminate with the Spring Lantern Festival.
  • Coming to Hong Kong this February 2015...

    20 Jan 2015 | 2:37 am
    Front and center in February 2015 are the Chinese New Year celebrations, the biggest and most anticipated events of the year as we welcome the Year of the Sheep, also known as the Year of the Goat!
  • The New Year's Dragon and Lion Dance Festival is Here! Happy New Year Hong Kong!

    31 Dec 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Hundreds of colorful dragons, lions, happy Buddhas, acrobats, celestial guardians... dancing and parading through the streets of Hong Kong in one of the most colorful, thrilling and noisy events to welcome the new year. Truly a feast for the eyes! When?: January 1st, 2015 Where?: Several venues and performances are taking place throughout Hong Kong this year with the highlight of the festival happening at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The Parade: It starts at 2:00 pm and as in previous years, the parade will circle around the southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula. Parade Route: Kowloon Park…
  • Happy New Year!

    31 Dec 2014 | 8:00 am
    We at Hong Kong Traveller want to take this opportunity to thank you for your support and wish you and your family a wonderful year ahead. Happy New Year!!!
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