Easter is an indulgent time of year: chocolate eggs, bunnies, Easter sweets ... so wouldn’t it be nice if cupcakes can be healthier but just as yummy?
Raiding the Easter Bunny’s basket: we review 10 of the tastiest – and nastiest – Easter treats in Hong Kong
Easter also one of the biggest candy seasons of the year, ranking right up there with Halloween and Christmas.
From picture cards to toy cookery sets, and from Barbie dolls to modern anime, the exhibition gives you the chance to explore some childhood memories.
If you love Cali-Mex (and really, who doesn’t love Cali-Mex) but you’re getting a little tired of the ever-popular sour cream and avocado-laden burritos, wander over to Mamasita’s Cantina.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast castle brought to life in Hong Kong thanks to Lego, and professional Lego artist Kevin Hall
When Kevin Hall received his first set of Lego at the tender age of six, he showcased his Lego-building talent.
A flurry of long hair. A man in a puffy jacket, jeans, and trainers. He strolled up to our little band of activists, seized the mic, and addressed us, the students, directly.
Lots of people know about Thai and Indian cuisine, but fans of spicy food should also try Indonesian.
K pop star troopers Astro make friends with fans, aka Arohas, during their dazzling Hong Kong debut [Review]
Wanna be your star! Hello, we are Astro!” K pop rookie boy band, Astro, visited Hong Kong last Friday night on their first Asia showcase tour at Macpherson Stadium, Despite the chilly weather on a Friday night, many fans (or ‘Arohas’) were giving out supportive banners and singing along to their...
What do Hong Kong’s Student of the Year golden girls all have in common? A shared love of Young Post, of course!
Does this even count as news? It’s no surprise that the trio credit Hong Kong’s best English-language newspaper for teens with much of their success.
Most of us enjoyed our primary school art classes, but since we don’t use those skills very often they can be easy to forget.