Sai Kung & Clearwater Bay Magazine Blog

Casa Square 2

Casa Square

As Casa opens a new location in the Square, Annie Wong speaks to Co-founder Nathan Fleck and Bar Manager Niko Smirnoff. What’s behind the move into the square? It was a combination of factors. The...

Po Toi O

Welcome to Po Toi O

Famous for its seafood restaurants and appearing in a Hollywood blockbuster, Kristy Wong finds out more from the residents of Po Toi O. Make your way down Po Toi O Chuen Road on Clearwater Bay Peninsula and...

Hot dogs

Hot dogs

How to prevent heat stroke in your pet. By Pets Central’s Dr. Anders Kulhavy. As the weather starts to warm up in Hong Kong, here are some tips to keep your pet safe when...

PCCW

PCCW HKT’s message to Sai Kung

Defiant telecom giant gives customers a PCCW of its mind, writes Simon Parry PCCW HKT has delivered a blunt message to the Sai Kung Magazine readers who bombarded them with complaints about poor service and appalling download speeds: you can...

Sai Kung Planner

Planner: June 2016

JUN 2 American School Hong Kong Parent information session for the new school on the block, set to open in September. 1pm-2pm, ashk.hk Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, 1301 Kinwick Centre, 32...

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Paddles up

You’ve no doubt heard the drumming of the practice sessions out on Sai Kung waters for the past few weeks, ahead of the team’s big day on June 9. The national holiday, also known...

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Food for every mood

  Food Lab Using farm-fresh and natural ingredients, ‘farm-to-fork’ restaurant, Food Lab, brings a refreshing taste of contemporary Asian and Western cuisine. Popular dishes include grilled New Zealand lamb chops and pan-fried sole fillet...

Kidnapped Bookshop

It’s a dog’s world

Sai Kung’s rehabilitation centre, disappearing booksellers, and the ongoing saga of Sai Kung District Office’s noticeboards, writes Stephen Vines. Sai Kung’s secret prison camp Did you know Sai Kung was home to a prison camp with...

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All that Junk

Michelangelo Hop on board the 80ft, sleek and superstylish Michelangelo. The Michelangelo can accommodate up to 59 guests in total and sports mahogany wood panelling, large sunbeds and several guest cabins. With 30 years...

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Taking the PCCW

Simon Parry invites Sai Kung residents to unleash their frustration on PCCW’s dropping broadband connection. A Third World service at a First World price: that’s one of the more publishable verdicts from Sai Kung...

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Welcome to Tai Lam Wu

Carolynne Dear speaks to local resident Sara Hopkirk about Tai Lam Wu, a village that is full of surprises. Nestled roughly beneath Razor Hill and Fei Ngo Shan is the tiny village of Tai Lam Wu, or...

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From Sai Kung to Cambodia

Carolynne Dear sits down with the ladies from Missione Possibile who are making a big difference for children in Cambodia. Six local ladies have been making huge improvements to the lives of impoverished children...

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Peak Performance

Rory Mackay takes a detour from one of the city’s best-known trails. Victoria Peak, you may have heard of it… Yes, Hong Kong is for many of us our home and long time residents...