Traveling to Hong Kong

Traveling to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is an energetic melting pot of the western world and the Far East. There’s no city quite like it. I don’t think it’d be out of bounds to call it a gateway to modern Asia in fact…

Time now Hong Kong

Time now Hong Kong

Currently observing HKT. Areas with same time currently (UTC +8:00). Currently observing HKT – Hong Kong Time. Currently has same time zone offset as HKT (UTC +8:00) but different time zone name. Hong Kong Time (HKT) is 8 hours ahead of Coordinated Universal…

Sogo Hong Kong

Sogo Hong Kong

Update: Sogo in TST has been closed since Feb of 2014. Sogo is the largest Japanese department store in Hong Kong. Besides the one in Causeway, there is a second one located on the Kowloon side in TST. Both stores offer a wide selection of all different…

Hong Kong Honeymoon

Hong Kong Honeymoon

We haven’t talked about honeymoons on the blog for a while, so today I thought I should rectify that and take a trip across the globe to Hong Kong. When you think of honeymoons most people think of sandy beaches, blue sea ans doing pretty much nothing…

Langham Place Mongkok Hong Kong

Langham Place Mongkok Hong Kong

Meeting the needs of dynamic MICE and event planners, Langham Place, Mongkok, Hong Kong has established a new industry benchmark with the introduction of multiple new technology advancements throughout the hotel and its eleven function rooms, offering…

Hong Kong Flowers delivery

Hong Kong Flowers delivery

YoFlowers, a leading online Hong Kong florist, is definitely associated with high quality flowers & floral arrangements. Buy and send flowers Delivery across to whole Hong Kong or globally and pamper your loved ones with exotic and exquisite flower…

Accenture Hong Kong

Accenture Hong Kong

“Banks were struggling to operationalize this, because there was no solution that did this end to end, ” said Muddu, CEO and managing director. “We decided we should start this on our own.” So in 2010 they quit and founded Jocata. The company provides…

JJ Hong Kong Cafe

JJ Hong Kong Cafe

I finally got to check out the unassuming little takeout spot JJ Hong Kong Cafe, which opened on 6th Ave. btw. 36+37th just a few weeks ago. There have been some decent reviews in the Forums and I’m always eager to find some cheap Cantonese-style food…

Delta Hong Kong

Delta Hong Kong

Delta celebrated yet another inaugural from Seattle on Monday, this time to Hong Kong, as it also formally welcomed the city to its hub network. “With the addition of Hong Kong Seattle is now Delta’s newest hub, ” said Mike Medeiros, Vice President of…

Hotels near Hong Kong Airport

Hotels near Hong Kong Airport

Featured Hotels Looking for a cheap hotel in Hong Kong? We have selected three affordable hotels that have received good ratings from former guests and are located near popular visitor landmarks (Victoria Peak, Causeway Bay, Wan Chai). Panda Hotel Situated…

Getting a Chinese visa in Hong Kong

Getting a Chinese visa in Hong Kong

Kaz Chiba/The Image Bank/Getty Images The short answer to Can I Get a Chinese Visa in Hong Kong is yes, you can. The Chinese Government seems to have sowed some seeds of confusion with its banning of Chinese visa issuing in Hong Kong during the Olympics…

Shanghai to Hong Kong Train

Shanghai to Hong Kong Train

Of course this highly depends on what you deem enjoyable. Also, if you have never experienced any sleeper train, it s hard to know whether you are in general the kind of person who would enjoy that. Having said that, I found the Chinese sleeper trains…

Pollution in Hong Kong

Pollution in Hong Kong

A boat trip was organized by Clean Air Network to conduct a field study with Public Health Professor Linwei Tian, residents of Kwai Chung and artists along the coastal area and to look at the number one air pollution problem in Hong Kong today. Cargo…

I Cable Hong Kong

I Cable Hong Kong

Last week, we reported that it would take a full twenty days to repair the internet sea cable that connects Hong Kong and US to the rest of Southeast Asia. And if you thought it couldn’t get any worse, it did. The same AAG cable got cut again, this time…

Chinese International School Hong Kong

Chinese International School Hong Kong

By: Ted Faunce It seems so much longer than two years ago that, as our school began to explore new thinking around the care of our students and staff – with a poke here and a chance encounter there – the school’s leadership, pastoral care team and counselors…

Hong Kong Steak

Hong Kong Steak

The Loop s South Pacific Restaurant recalled by Addison woman Tom Go, nephew of owner Wayne C. Sit and manager of the South Pacific Restaurant, behind the bar at the restaurant in 1962. (Photo courtesy of Rich Go) Q: Forty-six years ago I went to the…

Hong Kong Government

Hong Kong Government

On the evening of Tuesday, Oct. 21, Hong Kong student protesters demanding universal suffrage in the election for the city chief executive and the city’s legislature (called Legco ) sat down with their territory’s government — finally. The issue now…

Hong Kong food blog

Hong Kong food blog

Hong Kong is definitely a foodie’s paradise. Egg Tarts, Roasted Goose, Po Lo Bao, Dim Sum, Scrambled Eggs, Milk Pudding. Anything. You name it, they have it. I almost died from an unhealthy dose of craving HK food while preparing this guide and editing…

Hong and Kong, Chelmsford

Hong and Kong, Chelmsford

Neil Callan celebrates winning his first Group 1 in Hong Kong PICTURE: Hong Kong Jockey Club Report: Hong Kong, Sunday Sha Tin: The Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup (HKGr.1) 12f, turf, 3yo+ THE SCRIPT, the betting and pretty much everyone…

Hong Kong Cafe Katy

Hong Kong Cafe Katy

Attention Hello Kitty fans: Your favorite feline, whiskered, cartoon (non-cat) character now has her own restaurant in Hong Kong. At the recently opened Hello Kitty Chinese Cuisine restaurant in Kowloon, fans can order 37 menu items that bear the character’s…

Hong Kong Schools

Hong Kong Schools

Teachers in Hong Kong have voiced concern over new government-proposed history curriculum, which they argue will be used to brainwash students. Beijing and Hong Kong authorities have long used the education system as a means to promote Chinese nationalism…