Hong Kong’s latest cruise terminal at the former airport site has expanded a world of cruising options for passengers in this fast-growing travel sector.
14 November 2016
Complementing the long-established Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui, which puts arriving passengers at the heart of one of the city’s most cosmopolitan and vibrant shopping, dining and cultural districts, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, which opened in 2013, was built to accommodate two of the world's biggest vessels at the same time. More
The inaugural Formula E Grand Prix in Hong Kong debuted to resounding success.
28 October 2016
The engine roar, acrid fumes, burning rubber and gut-rumbling vibrations echoing through the grandstand may have been missing, but the anticipation and excitement at the Formula E Grand Prix in Hong Kong were just as palpable. More
Long before its transformation into Asia’s manufacturing, then services hub, Hong Kong has been home to a thriving comic book industry.
07 October 2016
Spawned initially by Chinese mainland literati, Hong Kong’s comic book industry was conceived by mainland post-war immigrants, who brought with them skills from the established comic scene in Shanghai. More
Made in Hong Kong Week celebrated the city’s dynamic start-up scene through a series of curated events.
23 September 2016
Organised by global digital educators General Assembly (GA), Made in Hong Kong Week spotlighted the city’s entrepreneurial spirit with a series of curated events celebrating its diverse start-up community. More