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It started raining all of a sudden on that particular weekday, as I panicked through the traffic on the crammed morning bus to get to Hong Kong Macau Ferry Pier. Arriving 9:50am just in time to catch the 10:00am ferry; I didn’t really get to calm myself down until I boarded the ferry. It’s a short one hour ride, but the transcending journey from a busy, well to another busy city, can still offer a certain extent of relaxation.


Yes, that edgy little store up the corner of Staunton Street is not just a hub for fantastic food but also a place for expressing lovely cultural inspirations for the public community. Implementing a side street wall for artworks that will be reworked every 6 months; Little Bao goes beyond in just holding pure visions for culinary dishes but also for artistic messages to flourish.


Heading up hill on that maze like route towards Shek O from Shau Kei Wan can seem like a torture; but everything was made beautiful by Club Monaco’s arrangements of taking guests up to the venue in summer screaming Volkswagen style camper vans of yellows and reds.


After the two years of collaborating with late master Zao Wou-Ki who expressed his French roots through his Chinese paintings; Pont des Arts is ready to start off a new project with world- renowned contemporary painter Yue Minjun, with a painting exhibition that happened earlier in 2013 at Fondation Cartier, Paris.

Still reeling after the last HEAT WAVE pool party on June 7 with W Maldives, W Hong Kong continues to amp up this summer with our 2nd poolside soiree on June 28.


Named after his niece Yi Mui Mui, the simplicity as well as the duality and parallelism the Chinese character ‘1’ has; Yiline Design Director Johnny Li and Associate Partner Tommy Wong has already been welcoming more than 400 guests in their freshly opened retail studio showroom at H301 PMQ before it’s official opening yesterday.



Introducing their “Thai Fusion Delights & Seafood Dinner Buffet” with a Long Stay Package for summer this year; The Cityview welcomes gentlemen guests with a 40% discount by presenting their Facebook coupon on dinner buffets from Monday to Thursdays, as well as a HKD $700 only rate for stay from May until August of 2014.


The pandas are here! Whether you have or have yet been flooded with these cute 1600 papier-mâché pandas across your social media feeds yet; you have the chance to come in close contact with them now through its partnership with Facebook stickers, so now you can incorporate them in your daily gestures for free!


Pamper your father this year at Mongkok’s Langham Place with not only a lovely menu at Tokoro – Robatayaki & Sushi Bar but also a spa experience at The Metropolitan by Chuan Spa.


As Mother’s Day approaches, some of you might be all prepared but some might still be scouting for the best gift for their loved ones. Not a fan of fashion apparels and jewelry, nor flowers or meals outside? Tang Tang Tang Tang presents a series of seriously drum roll demanding products that are completely functional and perfectly fulfilling to the eyes, all at the same time!


We all know how humid Hong Kong is; never mind our clothes, even ourselves have a moist wet scent from sitting indoors for too long. Drying clothes in Hong Kong is hard, and most our clothes end up smelling like dehumidifying pills we keep in our drawers. Well, that can be changed and you can still hold up your folded shirts with a scent of fresh laundry from your closet.

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