Thousands of migratory birds flock to winter in Hong Kong each year.
15 December 2017
According to the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD), more than 540 species of bird have been recorded in Hong Kong, their population swelling by some 30 per cent once the “winter visitors” arrive. More
Cooler weather is inspiring thousands of Hongkongers to lace up their running shoes and head for the hills and highways.
17 November 2017
Hong Kong’s running season extends unofficially from October to April or May, with events held every weekend – from five-kilometre and 10-kilometre fun runs, to the gruelling 162-kilometre Ultra-Trail Tai Mo Shan. More
Hong Kong’s café scene has grown increasingly diverse and sophisticated.
10 November 2017
Not so long ago, going to a café for most Hong Kongers meant stopping off in a traditional cha chaan teng for refreshment, such as strong milk tea laced with condensed milk, or a glass of syrupy iced lemon tea with a thick slice of French toast on the side. More
Hong Kong’s small but thriving literary scene will share centre stage with some of the world’s leading authors at this year’s international literary festival.
27 October 2017
While this year’s 17th Hong Kong International Literary Festival (HKILF) features a strong line up of international authors, including the likes of Chinese-American author Amy Tan and Scottish crime-writer Ian Rankin, there is also a focus on Hong Kong’s literary talent. More