Indonesian domestic worker killed by falling tree branch in Sau Mau Ping

An Indonesian domestic worker was killed this morning by a falling tree branch which struck the 48-year-old as she walked with her employer in Sau Mau Ping. A police spokesperson...

There’s an app for that: Coconuts now available in IOS and Google Play app stores

This is not a drill, folks. Here at Coconuts, we just launched the newest, freshest, and coolest app in town — for...

There’s an app for that: Coconuts now available in IOS and Google Play app stores

Failure to lubricate parts of lift’s braking system led to fatal accident: report

It was a terrible way to go and it appears it could have been avoided. The death of a 64-year-old woman in a horrific...

Failure to lubricate parts of lift’s braking system led to fatal accident: report

Thousands tune in to see man try to eat 90 chicken McNuggets in 90 minutes

Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust into their mouths. Meet Joe — a man...

Thousands tune in to see man try to eat 90 chicken McNuggets in 90 minutes

Fire department release rap music video teaching you how to perform CPR

These days if it’s not in rap form, the kids just won’t listen. So kudos to the Hong Kong Fire Services...

Fire department release rap music video teaching you how to perform CPR
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There’s an app for that: Coconuts now available in IOS and Google Play app stores

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Coconuts TV explores the untold stories of Asia through the lens of video. We produce ongoing shows in several content verticals including food and travel, but our main focus is news reports and mini documentaries.

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Hong Kong. Vibrant, exciting, and the originator of East-meets-West culture, this city is like no other, and Coconuts Hong Kong is here to bring you all the information you need on our bustling metropolis. Whether we’re reporting on hard news, happy hour deals that sound too good to be true, or an oft-overlooked aspect of local culture, we’ve got you covered on everything fresh and juicy that’s happening on our 200-odd islands. Having cut our teeth on the mass Occupy protests of 2014, we’ve got a passion for covering Hong Kong’s political highs and lows, from serious features on council elections to looking at lighthearted memes about well-known politicians, which showcase our trademark humour and eye for virality. While we pride ourselves on our tongue-in-cheek and often irreverent voice, there’s also room for gravity over here in the Fragrant Harbour, which is best demonstrated by our in-depth multimedia features on any and all Hong Kong-relevant topics which catch our eye, be they intangible local traditions, the stories of outstanding individuals making their mark on society, or even a detailed breakdown of how Hong Kong’s portrayed in video games. But we wouldn’t be where we are today without our soft spot for animal stories, hunger for the hottest eats in town, and eagerness to share our tried-and-tested travel tips with all you lovely readers (a.k.a. Coconauts). Think of us as your knowledgeable best friend who’s quick with a snarky quip (when appropriate, of course), handy with an internet connection, and always there for you.