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King George V School

It has a storied history and state-of-the-art makeover, but it’s the students’ attitude that really sets KGV apart. By Adele Brunner. It speaks volumes about a school and the way it is run when its principal can approach two teenage students on a whim, know their names and get them talking happily about themselves and their school. That’s no […]

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Win Tickets to The Asia Contemporary Art Show 2015

Get arty next month at the Asia Contemporary Art Show 2015! Enter now to win a pair of tickets! The event will showcase the work of young, emerging and recognised artists from the region at The Conrad Hong Kong from March 13 – 15. You’ll get access to Friday ART Night on Friday March 13th, including a complimentary drink; plus multiple access Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday. Website: […]

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Chinese New Year 101

Callum Wiggins explores the traditions of the festival.  Like major festivals the world over, Lunar New Year has its own set of traditions – things to do, eat, wear and adorn the home during the celebration. Take the colour red, for example. According to Chinese folklore, its use originates from the tale of the nian, a mythical beast that terrorised villages […]

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Lai See Tips and Tricks

Lai See, are red packets/ envelopes (monetary gifts) that elders give to juniors during Lunar New Year. Lai See literally means Good Luck. There are lots of different traditions, but generally, married couples give them to unmarried relatives and friends. Here’s our red pocket guide to help equip you for Chinese New Year! Tip 1: Giving […]

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Sai Kung Guide to Valentine’s Day Dining

Dinners for two on Valentine’s Day. Hebe One O One Boasting one of the most romantic dining rooms in Sai Kung, Hebe One O One is hard to beat on Valentine’s Day. This year it is offering a special four-course menu on February 14 starting with seared US scallops. Choose from four appetizers including crispy-fried crab cake, and pan-fried foie gras […]

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Win a film making workshop!

Win a film making workshop with Junior Snappers! Enjoy a fun, hands on, dynamic and interactive filmmaking workshop where kids can learn how to create and film their own short movie. (worth $1,380) Junior Snappers is a team of film makers with professional experience both in the film industry and education. Children will learn about […]

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Win tickets to The Great European Carnival!

The AIA Great European Carnival has only two weeks left. Don’t miss the exciting atmosphere, fun games, European entertainers, international food & beverages, and thrilling rides. Enter our draw to win free tickets now. Website: http://tgec.asia/ When: Open till Sunday Feb 22! Where: Central Harbourfront Event Space, 9 Lung Wo Road, Central, Hong Kong Fill out my […]

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Where to Eat This February

Gaia Private Kitchen For home-style French food, try Gaia, a new private kitchen that opened last month in Sha Kok Mei. A 10-minute walk from Sai Kung, it offers four-course menus for non-vegetarians ($450) and vegetarians ($350) that change with the season. For winter, the menu includes an amuse-bouche of kale chips, grape and cheese lollipops or scallop and pumpkin brochettes, starters […]

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Top 6 Pet Grooming Services

Start the year with a wash and brush up. Mega Pet Pet-grooming services for dogs include a bathing package of shampoo, ear cleaning, belly undercoat shaving, claw trimming, gland expression and more ($150-$538). Cat-grooming prices range from $280-$460. Members receive 10 per cent discount. Address: G/F, 110 Man Nin Street, Sai Kung Contact: 2626 0818 Website: www.megapet.com.hk  Kennel Van Dego Established in […]

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