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Hong Kong Vanity Plates: Series 2

I'm obsessed; it's official. I'm addicted to vanity plates. I'm addicted to vanity plates and the endless hunt to find them. Ever since my previous post on this peculiarly Hong Kong phenomenon, I can't walk down the street without making sure to check the licence plates of every car...

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2013: Full Moon Rising

It's Mid-Autumn Festival 2013 in Hong Kong, and that means colour, lights, and a whole lot of moon cake being eaten. As a festival that celebrates light and the spectacle of the full moon, mid-autumn festival is traditionally the most colourful and spectacular in Hong Kong's festival calendar.

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Rainy Day Chic: Hong Kong in the Rain

If you're anything like me, then being the moderately observant type, you can't help but have noticed that the weather hasn't exactly been sunshiningly lovely of late. In fact, by my rough guestamatics, it's been about twelve days since we last had a day where it didn't piss it down incessantly from morning through to still-raining night.

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2012: How was it for you?

So the best festival of the year (sorry Chinese New Year) has now been and gone. All those lanterns; all those lights. Tai Hang turned into a smoky vision of hell as the Fire Dragon wound around its streets. Victoria Park turned into a spectacle of burning candles, glowing ninjas, and ...

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Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance, Hong Kong

Performed for well over 100 years in the Tai Hang area of Causeway Bay, the Tai Hang Fire Dragon Dance has grown from a village ritual into one of the most popular events of Hong Kong’s mid-autumn festival celebrations. It is hard to imagine when you visit the area now, but Tai Hang was once ...

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What to do on Cheung Chau

12km south west of Hong Kong island and at only 2.5km in length, Cheung Chau is relatively small when compared to its more amply proportioned neighbours, but this has by no means left it floating in obscurity. The island has seen human settlement for longer than most other parts of the territory ...

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