Tag: Hong Kong
Video: Kung Fu Master Witnesses the Change of Discipleship in Chinese Martial Art
Chinese martial art has seen a move away from tradition in recent years, according to kung fu master Li Tin-loi.
Video: Hong Kong Paralympic dressage star sets her sights on Rio Olympics
Eighteen-year-old Paralympic dressage star Natasha Tse Pui-ting gets the feeling of running on a horse. This video is also published on SCMP. Check the full story here.
Photo: Clockenflap’s Sunday line-up served a selection of loud and proud local and regional acts
Clockenflap’s Atum and Yourmum Stage was the stomping ground for acts from around the Asia region on the festival’s final day. The kaleidoscope of sounds on offer – from indie pop to death metal – was a much welcomed and balanced mix not normally seen on the schedules of many festivals around the world.
Video: Hong Kong’s Macaques: A One Child Policy?
A macaque entered shops in Tsz Wan Shan, a residential area below Temple Hill in Kowloon, taking food items such as apples and bread in late October.
Start-up to provide space for Hong Kongers to create using new technologies
Inventor establishes MakerBay – Hong Kong’s first ‘maker space’ with 3D-printing and laser cutting machinery – with plans to rent it out to students, hobbyists and start-up companies.
Photo: Sham Shui Po Living Conditions Still Dire, Residents Say
According to a recent government report, Hong Kong’s 86,400 subdivided flats are home for close to 200,000 people. The Urban Renewal Authority and the Hong Kong Housing Society have rolled out revitalization projects in Sham Shui Po, but the impact has yet to be felt for many living in the city’s poorest suburb.
Photo: Hong Kong celebrates the Mid-Autumn Festival
Across Hong Kong, lanterns lit up the night and families gathered to feast in celebration of the Mid-Autumn Festival.