When one thinks of Wan Chai, there are multiple possible images that come into mind: the bright row of lighting shops, the computer malls swarming with tech junkies, the night clubs that buzz into life at sundown... But did you know that at the sites of these "very Wan Chai" spots, there once was the harbour? And along the original coastline south of Queen's Road East is a quiet neighbourhood now blossoming with fashion and lifestyle boutiques known as the Starstreet Precinct.
Mother's Day is always on a Sunday, so rather than giving your mum the typical gifts, why not spend some quality time with her to honour her? In Hong Kong, we've found some interesting places for making DIY creations with your mother and take a step to bond with each other. Try giving the gift of an experience – be it painting, flower arranging, or crafting – so you'll bring home beautiful memories and a handmade souvenir!
Tai Yuen Street in Wan Chai was nicknamed "Toy Street" for good reason: within 140 metres, you can find a nice variety of shops and street vendors selling toys. Don't mistake this for a place that is kids-only; people of all ages look for toys here since the shops sell not just traditional toys but also collectable action figures and plastic models. Basically this is a heaven for fans of Lego, Hello Kitty, Star Wars, Gundam, etc. 位於灣仔的太原街，又名為「玩具街」，顧名思義是玩具發燒友的聖地。在140米之內，你可以找到不同的店鋪和小販賣玩具。這玩具聖地不單是小朋友的好去處；太原街的店鋪可以說是老少咸宜。它們售賣的，除了有傳統的娃娃、遊戲之外，更有具收藏價值的盒蛋和模型。這真的是樂高、Hello Kitty、星戰、高達迷的天堂。
We visited the market at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay to experience the new year vibe. The markets have ended on Thursday early morning, so we hope you can experience the hustle and bustle through our photos here. 我們去了於銅鑼灣維園的花市，感受新年氣氛。雖然各年宵花市已經於初二清晨完滿結束，我們希望您可以透過相片感受花市的熱鬧吧。