Herbal tea shop neon sign in Yau Ma Tei saved

A herbal tea shop in Yau Ma Tei, that is planning on relocating in another part of the neighbourhood, has confirmed that it will be keeping its iconic neon sign. According to Hong...

Is this your cat? Ginger tabby with bleeding front legs found near Sheung Wan bus terminus

Poor fella. A ginger tabby cat, believed to have been hit by a vehicle, was found alive but badly injured near a Sheung...

Is this your cat? Ginger tabby with bleeding front legs found near Sheung Wan bus terminus

Hong Kong’s low birthrate projected to keep falling

A new survey projects that Hong Kong’s plummeting birthrate is going to fall even lower. The Hong Kong Women...

Hong Kong’s low birthrate projected to keep falling

Uber driver fined HK$3,000 for carrying passenger without permit

A 30-year-old Uber driver was fined HK$3,000 (about US$382) after pleading guilty to carrying a passenger without a...

Uber driver fined HK$3,000 for carrying passenger without permit

Gay lawmaker to motion for debate on same-sex unions

Legislative Councillor Raymond Chan Chi-chuen has planned a motion of debate next month to study policies that would...

Gay lawmaker to motion for debate on same-sex unions

Incredible Edibles: What it’s like to eat bugs for the first time (and second, and third)

Home Indochine D’Angkor: This retro Cambodian hotel in Siem Reap offers boutique stay on a budget

More Than Meets The Eye: 4 reasons why Phuket is more than a tourist attraction

A Cartoon Network theme park with water rides and wave pools is coming to Bali in 2020

6 affordable Thai restaurants in Singapore to get your tom yum and green curry fix

Sala Samui Chaweng: The Koh Samui beach resort that amplifies natural moonlight

Dusit Thani’s first Singapore property is an unexpected, modern luxury golf resort

Sentosa will be home to the new Barracks Hotel, The Outpost Hotel, and Village Hotel next year

Manila’s best alternative workouts: barre, boxing, indoor cycling, surfing, climbing

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