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The global wedding industry is estimated to be worth at least US$300 billion (HK$2.3 trillion). More
In Hong Kong’s service-based economy, any assistance a person could want is just a phone call or mouse click away. More
While the calendar shows three days of gazetted public holidays (28 to 31 January, plus a Sunday in between), tradition dictates that this most important annual Chinese festival actually runs for much longer. More
Often dubbed the food capital of Asia, Hong Kong’s culinary scene is one of its biggest attractions, with a wide array of cuisines represented and budgets to suit every pocket. More
“I love art and foot massages and wanted to give customers the chance to really appreciate the art in front of them as they relax,” says founder of The Right Spot spa Vivian Chang. More
There’s the Instagram picture of a bride and groom perfectly framed on the grassy rooftop of a Causeway Bay high-rise, captured “accidentally” by travel filmmaker Brandon Li. More
Beyond Hong Kong’s dense business districts, the open roads of the New Territories stretch from mountain high to forest green, to stunning coastline. More
Harley Davidson’s flagship showroom and concept store opened in Chai Wan in January 2016. More
Consumer demand for wellness services and products has never been greater. More
The growth of e-commerce has revolutionised many sectors in recent years, including electronics, clothing, travel and entertainment. More
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