The Excelsior, Hong Kong

The Excelsior, Hong Kong

There are two major constructions you will notice once you arrive on Victoria Peak in Hong Kong, namely the Peak Galleria and The Peak Tower. The Peak Tram is the one that will lead you…

Hong Kong streets

Hong Kong streets

Hong Kong is bracing itself for a major operation to clear the largest of the pro-democracy protest camps that have been paralysing parts of the city centre for more than two months. Thousands of police are expected to be deployed on Thursday morning…

Shipping to Hong Kong from USA

Shipping to Hong Kong from USA

When can I expect my order? Once your order has been handed over to the carrier for delivery, you will receive a shipment notification email with an estimated delivery date. Please note that it is not possible to expedite your delivery and receive your…

Hong Kong celebrities

Hong Kong celebrities

Pop stars join the fray He probably knows the tune AT CHINA S ‘coming-out party’, the Beijing Olympics in 2008, the popular theme tune was a song called “Beijing Welcomes You”, with words by a renowned Hong Kong lyricist, Albert Leung. Mr Leung’s latest…

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

Hong Kong Dragon Boat Carnival Highlights 2014 Follow the lead of Hong Kongers and make a party out of an ancient Chinese festival under the modern skyline of Victoria Harbour. Boats, beers and the cheers of hundreds of thousands of spectators – it’s…

Cathay Pacific Hong Kong to SFO

Cathay Pacific Hong Kong to SFO

HONG KONG (CBS / AP) — Cathay Pacific Airways says at least nine people were injured when a Boeing 747 hit severe turbulence over Japan. The airline said two crew members and six passengers were taken to hospital after the jet landed in Hong Kong on Tuesday…

Hong Kong beaches

Hong Kong beaches

Cheung Sha beach, Lantau Island the longest stretches of sand in Hong Kong. Photograph: Alamy Cheung Sha Beaches, Lantau Most visitors to Lantau Island aim for the orderly sands of Silvermine Bay, the closest beach to the ferry port at Mui Wo, but better…