Red fortune banners on the wall. Stir-fry choy sum on an orange plastic plate. Diners sitting around a big round table with lazy susan. Those are probably the most stereotypical images when you think about Cantonese restaurants. Well, think again. […]
The beat of the drum, the smell of salt water in the air, the bright flags waving, the cheering crowds—there’s nothing quite like the spectacle of watching the annual Dragon Boat Festival in Hong Kong. This ancient tradition, also known […]
Huge lanterns, fiery dragons, and not-so-sweet mooncakes are all waiting for you at the Mid-Autumn Festival
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Lorraine shares her insights on why kayaking is so popular in Hong Kong and her favorite spots for water sports.
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