School, homework, sleep, repeat. Most of us are familiar with that routine. We know that it’s important to take time out to relax, but with so much always going on, it can be hard to switch off our brains.
Our JR posed, strutted and beatboxed at the Culture @Maze Street Culture Festival 2017, which encourages teens to get together and get involved in the arts.
Hello Kitty is arguably Sanrio’s most well-known and beloved character, and now she, along with other characters like Pompompurin and Cinnamoroll, will be making a special appearance in Macau.
From the Portuguese delights of Gosto to the multi-cuisine fusions of Cha Bei, Galaxy Macau is a foodie’s paradise
Whether it’s a special family night out, a special occasion with a special someone, or simply because it’s a day that happens to end in a -y, eating delicious food in an amazing restaurant is undeniably one of life’s little pleasures.
Camping can be super fun, and there’s (probably) nothing better than hanging out with your besties and sleeping outside in a tent. Well, except for the mosquitoes. And the no toilet thing. And not being in your own bed.
To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the handover, Hollywood Road played host to Heritage Vogue: Hollywood Road showcased the rich culture and history of Hong Kong along the famous street.
Dragon Noodles Academy gives our Junior Reporters a lesson on modernising traditional dishes.
On June 17, “Seams” – an annual charity fashion show – had students at the Australian International School walk the runway in the name of the underprivileged in developing countries.
As vegetarian diets become more popular in Hong Kong, both companies and consumers are looking for ways to make going veggie both easier and more appealing.