When the Tram can’t get through… what to do?
Culture / Hong Kong / Lifestyle / transport

When the Tram can’t get through… what to do?

Trams have been a part of Hong Kong Island for over 100 years (since 1904). They trundle from one end of Hong Kong Island to the other. Two tracks run side by side with trams continuously running in both directions… NORMALLY that is. With two protest sites blocking their tracks, the trams have effectively been … Continue reading

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Lighting up the night with Mid Autumn Festival
Culture / Fun / Hong Kong / Living in Hong Kong / Mid Autumn Festival / travel

Lighting up the night with Mid Autumn Festival

The moon is full and bright in the Hong Kong night sky. Summer heat and humidity might still be dominating the Hong Kong weather but it can’t stop people from celebrating as moon cakes appear everywhere and lanterns bring colour to the night.  Victoria Park is one of the main hubs for Mid Autumn Festival … Continue reading

Lighting up the Night
Children / China / Culture / Fun / Hong Kong / Lifestyle / Living in Hong Kong / Mid Autumn Festival / Recreation / Scenery

Lighting up the Night

Mid-Autumn Festival is a time of celebration in Hong Kong and one my kids adore. It is a time when the weather is (theoretically) cooling down, the moon is full overhead (and the photo above proves it!) and everyone enjoys the beauty of the lanterns. We partake of a trip to Victoria Park to see … Continue reading

Hong Kong 24 Hour Charity Pedal Kart Grand Prix
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Hong Kong 24 Hour Charity Pedal Kart Grand Prix

Every year the Pedal Kart charity race is held in Hong Kong with the goal of raising as much money as possible for charity. It is organised by Round Table Hong Kong who are assisted by Ladies Circle Hong Kong. Since Titus was spending time marshalling for Round Table I finally got the chance to … Continue reading