Hong Kong comes alive every winter and spring with its annual cultural fix. First comes the Hong Kong Arts Festival, which focuses on the performing arts. Then comes Hong Kong Arts Month, which focuses on the visual arts.
Trade ties between the United States and China are strained at the moment, which makes an exhibition on the origins of Sino-American trade all the more timely and relevant.
The third annual 10K Weekend will be held at Hong Kong Disneyland on the weekend of 3 and 4 November 2018. More than 100 Disney and Pixel characters will cheer on runners as they make their ways in and around the theme park, posing with them for unforgettable selfies.
Hong Kong Disneyland welcomed 6.2 million visitors in fiscal 2017, up 3% from the year before. The rise in attendance of international park-goers was 5%. New attractions and a third hotel were credited with fueling the increase.
Hong Kong Disneyland and the government of Hong Kong have jointly announced plans to expand the theme park, adding new attractions each year for the next five years. The most significant is the decision to re-imagine the park's signature Sleeping Beauty Castle.
Clockenflap Music and Arts Festival will take place on the Central Harbourfront on Hong Kong Island 17 -19 November 2017. Indie and altie rock, electronic music, multimedia art, installation art, and film fill out the programme.
A festive celebration is held at Hung Shing temples on the 13th day of the 2nd moon to honour Hung Shing, a historic figure that was deified after his death because contribution to the well-being of fishermen.
What to do in Hong Kong: Discover Hong Kong Chinese food at the best restaurants in Hong Kong, which serves Cantonese cuisine, other types of Chinese cuisine, French cuisine, Italian cuisine, and Japanese cuisine.
Now in its 7th year clockenflap is an outdoor music and arts festival held on the waterfront in West Kowloon