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What to do when you are given Chopsticks in Hong Kong

What to do when you are given Chopsticks in Hong Kong April 2, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
You go to a Cha Chaan Teng in Hong Kong and the waiter approaches and plops down a plastic up of tea on the table as you sit down for lunch. You are thirsty and tired and – though you’d like a lemon with the tea, you gulp the tea but wait… there is something wrong because the local...

Best Tapioca Tea, Bubble Teas and Chinese Herbal Tea

Best Tapioca Tea, Bubble Teas and Chinese Herbal Tea March 27, 2011 | Food | Read More
Looks like the craze for bubble tea is going to regain momentum in the coming spring and summer months. Gong Cha Bubble Milk Tea The trend started in Taiwan about 30 years ago and has since spread around the world, reaching consumers as far away as North America. In Hong Kong when people feel like its...

Where to watch sevens and sevens after party

Where to watch sevens and sevens after party March 26, 2011 | Events | Read More
Where to Watch the Sevens Inn Side Out One of the best peanut bars in Hong Kong, munch on peanuts and enjoy tossing peanut shell on the floor. Chump without a ticket, eh? Stay close to the stadium and catch up on all the action on the big screen or chill out with a couple of pints on the outdoor patio....

Where to get Rugby Sevens Tickets

Where to get Rugby Sevens Tickets March 19, 2011 | Events | Read More
Whats the Sevens all about? Organised by the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union, the 2011 Cathay Pacific/Credit Suisse Hong Kong Sevens is expected to attract upwards of 120,000 spectators through the gates from Friday, March 25, to Sunday, March 27, at the iconic Hong Kong Stadium. Support the Hong Kong...

Where to Celebrate Hong Kong St Patrick’s Day

Where to Celebrate Hong Kong St Patrick’s Day March 11, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
The St Patrick’s Society Ball which remains one of Hong Kong’s biggest black tie events of the year and St Patrick’s Day in Hong Kong is more than just about celebrating the luck of the Irish, commemorating the patron saint and Guinness stouts; If you happen to be around the Cenotaph...
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