It’s not just students in Hong Kong feeling the pressure of school life with too much assignments to fulfill, lack of sleep and pressure from
Imagine how quickly new versions of electronic gadgets are released regularly. From smartphones to wearable devices and wifi enabled printers and other new models supporting
The headline implies a self-explanatory conclusion, but a study has backed up the idea that young Hong Kong children who were cared for by English-speaking
Hong Kong can be considered a transit place for many expats. Many of whom stay on a short term with temporary stint on regional office
Not sure whether you need to fill that red packet with crisp new bills? Here’s a guide from Molala to help you.
Modern Hong Kong depicts photos of skyscrapers and modern architecture even as older districts face radical facelift, threatening to erase part of a rich past.
Winter in Hong Kong isn’t the usual winter many expats are used to experiencing in North America or Europe, where it can be bitterly cold.
Losing a passport can be a big headache not only to frequent travelers who make international travel but to anyone whose lost passport might be
The yearly Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival returns this year on Nov. 25-27 at Central Harbourfront. The annual music and arts festival incorporates international, regional
As the temperatures drop a bit, more locals are taking advantage of Hong Kong’s variety of hiking trails. However, while many hikers love nature, not