Eligibility, Benefits, Application as Hong Kong Permanent Resident

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

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What To Do If Your US Passport is Lost or Stolen in Hong Kong

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

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Netizens Praise Filipina Hikers Picking Litter on Hong Kong Trails

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

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What Happens If You Don’t Affix Sufficient Stamps on Your Letters

Given that postage stamps are sold at retailers such as 7-Eleven allows everyone to send letters directly without going to a post office branch and

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English Language Getting Left Out in Hong Kong

Day after day, it becomes more apparent Hong Kong’s supposed bilingual society is not being carried out, with the government one of the worst offenders.

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Top Things Expats Hate About Hong Kong

Newcomers or those still overseas pondering a move to Hong Kong after receiving a job offer or regional assignment may not have sufficient information about

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How to Renew Your US Passport in Hong Kong

Renewing your US passport in Hong Kong is quite straightforward as long even if you have to go through various complications (change of name, lost or

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7 Reasons to Hate Winter in Hong Kong

We experience Hong Kong’s coldest weather at this time of the year, even if the city has mild winters. A few days ago, most of

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Storm Signals in Hong Kong

Hong Kong belongs to a region which gets its fair share of tropical storms which, at more severe cases, disrupt the daily way of life.

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9 Signals You’ve Been Living in Hong Kong For Long While

There are things that are distinctly Hong Kong. The sound of the MTR announcement, pedestrian beep, and bus stop notices. And there’s more. 1. You

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