With September on the horizon and summer coming to a close, it's time to bust out those planners, pens, and papers. We’ve found a few shops around Hong Kong to meet your school or workplace stationery needs. Let’s get productive!
With school starting soon, it's time for a little bit of room decor inspiration. Whether you’ve just moved into your new dorm or rented your first flat, this wire mood board keeps you organised and inspired throughout the day. Quick, minimalistic, and economical, this simple look can be found at your local furniture and home decor shops...
With typhoon season in full swing, every sunny day is a blessing. Time to snatch up the last sunny days of summer, throw on your swimsuit, and join us at the pool/beach to swim off that pressing humidity. Aside from the usual clothing brand swimwear lines (H&M, Forever 21, etc.), swimsuit variety in Hong Kong can be difficult to find. We’ve found a few stores that carry your summer swim essentials no matter what type of shopper you are.
It’s the fourth day of a long week and you know what that means...it’s throwback Thursday! Our last feature article on Causeway Bay took us back in time to the 1900s, taking a glimpse into the history behind the streets that our favorite shopping plazas now call home. Although most Causeway Bay stores are constantly hopping on the newest trends to keep up with the times and the tourists (lure modules, anyone?), a select few have chosen to operate their businesses to preserve pieces of a nostalgic past. This week’s article features a few of Causeway Bay’s vintage stores and the stories behind their veteran doors.
Ah, Hong Kong: the (not so) fragrant harbour, the Pearl of the Orient. With a highly dense population of seven million people, sometimes it's easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of the cosmopolitan city and forget the little things that make Hong Kong one of a kind. Here are 8 things categorised under the four big necessities of life – 衣, 食, 住, 行 (Clothing, Food, Living, and Transport) that only people living in Hong Kong will understand.