Outside Hong Kong
Light Up the Night at … Mid-Autumn Festival 2016
Mid Autumn Festival excitement is infectious in Hong Kong. Through attending some activities it is a super fun opportunity for families to learn about Chinese culture!
Hong Kong’s Blooming Flower Market
A great place for a scavenger hunt, the flower market in Hong Kong offers a beautiful bounty of flowers as well as a cross section of locals, expats and tourists.
Feng Shui in Hong Kong
Visiting HSBC Main Building in Central Hong Kong can be a great way for your children and you to learn about Feng Shui principles.
Discovering Hong Kong’s Science Museum
With over 70% of attractions participatory, children will definitely be engaged and learning at the Hong Kong Science Museum.
Dragon Boat Festival: Drumming, Boats and Fun!
Head to Stanley beach on the National Holiday of Dragon Boat Festival for races and fun!!!
Junk Season Is Here!
Junk boats have been in Hong Kong for centuries, once transporting spices all over the world; now, both tourists and locals use them for leisure.
Baubles and Bargaining at the Jade Market
Pearls, Jade, and lots of bargaining is all waiting in Yau Ma Tei's Jade Market.
Art, Brunch and Trains: A perfect weekend morning!
Sai Ying Pun MTR station has art reflecting the neighborhood as it once was and a nearby brunch spot makes the trip all the more worthwhile
Kubrick – Café Culture for Cinephiles
A café/bookstore that expressly does not want you on your computer, they want you to be studying cinema!
40 years of Rugby Madness in Hong Kong
2015 is the fortieth anniversary which should make this year's Rugby Sevens especially fun.
Harbour Front Tai Chi
A Tai Chi class on the TST promenade three times a week is a great way to start a day in Hong Kong.
Harbour Front Parks Galore!
Walking out of Art Central, I happened upon the most amazing harbour front park!