Airport Souvenirs, Better Than Ever!

April 15, 2015 by Lizzie Livingston in Shops 0 comments tags: hong kong, HongKong;Shops, souvenirs
There was a time when gifts bought at airports were easily marked as such, no more snow globes and t-shirts, much better can be found now.
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New Year’s All Around the World!

December 31, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Activities, Outside Hong Kong, Planning 0 comments tags: hong kong, HongKong; Sightseeing; activities, OutsideHongKong
Happy New Year from JrMagellan. Curious about how New Year's is celebrated in other countries, here is a compilation of articles and video's on just that!
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MSG-Free Noodle Soup at Foxtail & Broomcorn

December 26, 2014 by Mamie Chen in Food 0 comments tags: Food, hong kong, Sheung Wan
To take a page from Joey Tribbiani: Soup, good. Noodles, good. Asian spices and flavors, goooood!
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Mrs. Pound – A Speakeasy The Kids Can Get Into

December 17, 2014 by Mamie Chen in Food 1 comments tags: dining, Food, hong kong, Sheung Wan, street food
Entice your kids to try some Southeast Asian comfort foods by adding a dash of intrigue at Mrs. Pound.
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The Ten Best Businesses on Star Street Right Now!

December 10, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Food, Shops 2 comments tags: Central, hong kong, Shopping; Dining
Why right now? Because Star Street businesses evolve fast, turnover is high all over Hong Kong, but here it seems faster still. This area is quite unique for Hong Kong tends to get more boutique independent restaurants and stores that unfortunately only last so long.
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Hong Kong Egg Waffles

November 24, 2014 by Mamie Chen in Food 0 comments tags: hong kong, snacks, street food
Street food doesn't get any easier than this. Kids will love breaking off these golden puffs.
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Kids’ Cooking Class – Dim Sum and Beyond

November 19, 2014 by Mamie Chen in Activities, Food 0 comments tags: cooking class, dimsum, hong kong, Kowloon
It's time to roll up your sleeves and finally put your collective years of Playdoh practice to the test with this dimsum cooking class.
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Kowloon Walled City – Hong Kong’s Real Life Dystopia

November 04, 2014 by Mamie Chen in Sightseeing, Sites/Blogs 0 comments tags: educational, historical site, hong kong, Kowloon, park
Explore the sights and sounds of Kowloon Walled City with the Wall Street Journal.
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