Get crafty: Best spots in HK for leather workshops, drawing classes, pottery, and other DIY arts

Got an artsy itch to scratch? Or maybe you’re searching for a new hobby after your short-lived love for cross-stitch faded. If so, Hong Kong’s got plenty of places to express yourself through still life, sand art, pottery, and more. Whether you consider yourself an unsung art hero who tirelessly jockies a cubicle until they make ...

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Weekend Warrior: August 3-5 — garage dog exhibit, charity yoga, live Latin music, and more

Weekend Warrior: August 3-5 — garage dog exhibit, charity yoga, live Latin music, and more

A quick digest of the coolest weekend happenings in Hong Kong. Friday, August 3 Garage Dogs are the Yang to the Shop Cats’ Yin When Coconuts HK spoke to Dutch photographer...

Weekend Warrior: July 27-29 — Stand-up comedy, beer festival, art-meets-film, and jazz

Weekend Warrior: July 27-29 — Stand-up comedy, beer festival, art-meets-film, and jazz

A quick digest of the coolest weekend happenings in Hong Kong. Friday, July 27 CBAHK Summer Beer Festival Eight breweries. Sixteen beers. Each one brewed especially for this...

Best places to buy vinyl in Hong Kong: record digging, album searching, and B-side hunting

Best places to buy vinyl in Hong Kong: record digging, album searching, and B-side hunting

Record albums will never truly die. Fans of the analog music delivery systems won’t let them. To the converted, nothing sounds as good, as clear, and as right, as it does on...

Creative Spaces: Old HK police, factory, and apartment buildings renewed as arts centers

Creative Spaces: Old HK police, factory, and apartment buildings renewed as arts centers

You can call it sustainable, repurposed, or just cool, but Hong Kong is seeing a movement toward vintage city structures put to new, creative uses. The latest was the re-opening...

Hong Kong hotel alternatives: glamping, co-living, boat life, and sleeping in a bubble

Hong Kong hotel alternatives: glamping, co-living, boat life, and sleeping in a bubble

Whether you love art, food, shopping, hiking, or scenic viewpoints — Hong Kong is a playground that seems to offer something for all. But, reality check: The cost of living,...

Emin, Gormley and Kusama feature in Harbour Arts Sculpture Park show by Victoria Harbour

Emin, Gormley and Kusama feature in Harbour Arts Sculpture Park show by Victoria Harbour

A white horse, a pair of disembodied feet, and a giant spotted pumpkin. These are just a few of the things you’ll see when you swing by the Harbour Arts Sculpture...

Tech events and attractions to watch out for at Sonar+D

Tech events and attractions to watch out for at Sonar+D

Sónar Musical festival returns to Hong Kong Science Park next month and with the line up featuring several big names, it’s easy to forget there’s more than just great...

Knit or dye: The best yarn shops in Hong Kong

Knit or dye: The best yarn shops in Hong Kong

It’s getting cold outside, and while most Hongkongers will dust of their scarves and hats, some true heroes out there, wielding their righteous needles, will do...

Girl power: Wild Wonder Women on screen in Wan Chai

Girl power: Wild Wonder Women on screen in Wan Chai

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the Time’s Up movement against sexual harassment, even more attention is being paid to the portrayal of women in cinema....


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