Art month in Sai Kung

As art month descends into Hong Kong, we speak to the local artists to see what they have in store for art lovers. Peter Lo I’m relatively new to art but I love the freedom it gives me....
Walk for charity

Join World Vision’s walk for charity

Go barefoot in the 10th Spring Charity Barefoot Walk for Children event. The walk will stretch across 4km around the golf course of The Clearwater Bay Golf & Country Club with three formats; individual, family...

Sai Kung Art and About returns

Building on the success of their last event in March, local artist Tony Cheng and the Sai Kung District Council will be bringing Sai Kung Art and About again this December. After four years...
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November Sai Kung police blotter

Police cases over the last month in Sai Kung. Dead male body was found floating in the sea by Conic Island, initially discovered by a fishermen. The man is believed to be in his mid...
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December Sai Kung police reports

Police cases over the last month in Sai Kung. A 5 month old baby girl was abandoned on December 5 at a barbecue site in Tai Mong Tsai. A ‘lai see’ envelope was found on...
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Recent Sai Kung police reports

Police cases over the month of March in Sai Kung. A paraglider lost control and crashed into a tree on the Long Ke hillsides, leaving him with serious injuries to his left arm, neck and back....
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Matt Cooper releases new children’s book on endangered Hainan Gibbon

Sai Kung-based author Matt Cooper has published a new book, The Last Gibbon. “I read about the Hainan Gibbon in an article on the BBC website about two years ago and was shocked to hear...

A Sham Chung adventure

Remote, picturesque and obscure. Sham Chung possesses a little bit of something for everyone. With its traditional hamlets and old woodlands, set in a basin ringed by rolling hills, the Sham Chung region is one...

Private golf club replaces rural Pak Kong in Sai Kung

 Construction has already begun on a new petrol station. Tall towers, 100 new apartments and a petrol station are turning rural Pak Kong into an eyesore, writes Tim Ma. Sai Kung residents are up in arms...

Sai Kung’s progress report

With Sai Kung already packed at weekends, Hazel Knowles seeks an update on the projects that will bring in yet more people. It’s midday on a sunny Sunday and Sai Kung is heaving. The car...

Developers take Tai Tan

Residents lose the battle against the bulldozers in Tai Tan, the last village in Sai Kung Country Park, as government plays the “indigenous” card. A year-long battle to stop a rural backwater in Sai Kung...

14-year-old raises $78k for Sai Kung Stray Friends

In just over a month, 14-year-old Ansh Sahay has raised over $78,000 for Sai Kung Stray Friends (SKSF). Due to financial instability, SKSF was facing a difficult decision: whether it was viable to stay...
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Mix and Mingle Art and Wine Night in honour of Cary Baumgartner

Mix and Mingle Art and Wine Night has been organised at the Hive in Sai Kung on November 12 starting from 5pm. The Sai Kung community has come together to assist local resident Cary Baumgartner’s...

Saikungers gather for “FEHD Appreciation Dinner” to protest against outdoor seating policies

Approximately 200 residents gathered in Sai Kung Square on the evening of November 11th to protest against the FEHD's Shopfront Extensions Fixed Penalty. Saikungers were invited to bring their own tables and chairs, dress up their tables...

Village Focus: Yim Tin Tsai

We pay a visit the revitalised village. Like many remote Sai Kung villages, Yim Tin Tsai is a small island which has succumbed to the perils of village abandonment. But fast forward to the present day...
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James Stevenson launches his first novel

Tai Wan Village resident and English teacher, James Stevenson, has launched his first novel, The Medusa File with the cover illustration completed by Stevenson’s brother, Robert. Using his vivid imagination and Inspired by his...
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Mui Thomas wins Spirit of Hong Kong Awards

Mui Thomas, born with rare skin condition, Harlequin Ichthyosis, was nominated and won “Overcoming Personal Challenge Award” in the Spirit of Hong Kong Awards, hosted by South China Morning Post, as well as winning...

December Sai Kung police blotter

Police cases over the last month in Sai Kung. There were a number of vehicle vandalism cases along Po Lo Che Road last month. Police believe the culprit was looking to steal money, dash cams...

Behind the scenes of The Sai Kung & Clearwater Bay Hiking Guide

A comprehensive guide to hiking in Sai Kung and the surrounding area. It all started with the question, “Do you like hiking?”, and here we are, six months down the track. The Sai Kung &...

Saving Tai Long Sai Wan

More than 75,000 Hong Kong people joined a Facebook group this month to eject developers from Tai Long Sai Wan’s iconic and pristine beach. A series of demonstrations and “protest hikes” quickly followed. And within...
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Bike-sharing in the New Territories

Hong Kong’s first bike-sharing service launches Last month, GoBee.bike became Hong Kong’s first bike-sharing system. More than 1,000 bikes were spread out across Ma On...
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Sai Kung’s new heritage centre

High Island Reservoir heritage centre opens A heritage centre commemorating the villages submerged under High Island Reservoir will be opening soon along Mang Nin street...

PFS Fearless Dragon Charity Run

On April 30, around 1,500 runners will be making their way into Sai Kung’s Geological Park for the PFS Fearless Dragon Charity Run 2017....