Talking Trash, Singing Songs, and Working Harder Than Us

MANY OF US, both local and international, go all out on Saturday nights. But who among us is hardcore enough to party on Sunday, in the daytime? That’s something these folks have been doing, almost as an established tradition, for years. OK, to be fair, they didn’t go all out the previous night. But many … More Talking Trash, Singing Songs, and Working Harder Than Us

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WHERE DO YOU go to get the feeling of remoteness and being away from it all? If it is supposedly possible to reach paradise on the same piece of land as where many everyday Hong Kongers live, then surely it is possible to find paradise on an island separated from the rest of civilisation? In … More Hong Kong Hotspot:

Hong Kong Hotspot: Effort, Reward and a Trek to Paradise

HONG KONG UNIVERSITIES are approaching their mid-semester break, and that generally means one thing – travel. But with midterms approaching, that leaves them little time or resources to fly out. Not to worry, because Hong Kong’s contrasts extend well into nature, and while many of its nature getaways are on outlying islands, Sai Kung East … More Hong Kong Hotspot: Effort, Reward and a Trek to Paradise

Hong Kong Hotspot: Not Far, and Certainly Not ‘East’

FROM A LITERARY perspective, the predominant canon of Western publications have tended to portray China as this sort of exotic paradise to be conquered or plundered by the valiant explorer. And in many ways that has come true, such as in business. And when it comes to a business perspective, Hong Kong has emerged in … More Hong Kong Hotspot: Not Far, and Certainly Not ‘East’