With serene temples, vibrant jungles and spectacular beaches, Bali in Indonesia is simply too enticing not to experience. We’ve rounded up some dreamy getaways for family trips or romantic escapes. Read on to find the ideal resort in Bali for you – and where to find a glam...
28 March, 2024 by Expat Living 3 Min ReadIn recent years, computer science courses and joining a coding school for kids have become even more popular extracurricular activities in Hong Kong. Taking computer programming far beyond school classrooms is coding academy KTBYTE. Here are some student...
14 March, 2024 by Expat Living 2 Min ReadWe hear how Shrewsbury International School Hong Kong is giving its primary students the chance to play an active, caring role to help charity organisations assist those in the community who are facing hardships and challenges. Read on...
Anjali Muthanna From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where...
HOWARD CLARK-BURTON has worked in the financial planning industry for around 35 years, starting in the UK, and in Hong Kong from 1997. He’s currently the CEO of BMP Wealth, which formed here in 2018 and provides clients with investment strategies, cash flow analysis and more financial advice. What...
15 March, 2024 by Expat Living 2 Min ReadIf you’re thinking about a UK property investment – perhaps you’re returning home or planning a move to Scotland, or looking for a property for sale in Edinburgh while your kids are heading off to boarding school or...
13 March, 2024 by Expat Living 2 Min ReadThere’s a useful new sports app for parents that lets them track and encourage their children’s journey in sport. The app allows them to book sports coaching sessions for their kids at Minisport HK and gain insights into...
13 March, 2024 by Expat Living 3 Min ReadCreating a home office design or zhuzhing an existing one? From practicalities and must-haves to how you want to feel while you’re at your desk or sat on a new ergonomic chair, interior designer EMMA HURLSTON-TSENG gives us...
Are you done checking out the best temples in Hong Kong and hiking your way through the city’s country parks? We suggest waiting until the sun goes down so you can check out some of the most fun things to do in the city at night. There’s...
After five long months of rehearsals, Creative Secondary School (CSS) presented the much-loved musical Grease to appreciative audiences in February, marking a vibrant return for the school’s arts community. We caught up with four CSS students who played pivotal roles in the production including taking on the dance...