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Hong Kong Opens Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Hong Kong Opens Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

A cruise to Hong Kong is like a right of passage for cruise lovers the world over, but that lovely tradition may be in for a pleasant upgrade now that the city has completed construction of the Kai Tak Cruise terminal, a project that has long since promised to increase cruise traffic an allow the city to adequately support the mega-cruise liners that make luxury travel by sea so exquisite.

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Hong Kong Express Airways Makes Routing Through China Cheaper

Hong Kong Express Airways Makes Routing Through China Cheaper

Traveling on a budget is never easy, but if you're routing anywhere through China or southeast Asia, then you may want to consider a layover in Hong Kong. Hon Kong Express Airways, Ltd has moved to abandon its now unprofitable service routes in favor of cheap budget flights that might take a serious bite out of your travel costs.

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London-Hong Kong Flights Made Easier By Cathay Pacific

London-Hong Kong Flights Made Easier By Cathay Pacific

More flights means more options and less hassle for travelers, and in a season where travel to Hong Kong is growing ever more popular, new routes like Cathay Pacific's London-Hong Kong corridor are welcome additions whether you're fly

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Hong Kong Hosts PolyU Fashion Show

Hong Kong Hosts PolyU Fashion Show

Hong Kong is a far cry from Milan or Paris when it comes to the fashion world, but that hasn't stopped the determined graduates of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University's Institute of Textiles an Clothing from putting on a blockbuster fashion exhibition that fuses the novel designs of fresh graduates, the exotic flavor of Hong Kong Fashion, and more than a touch of western style.

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Hong Kong Embraces Bruce Lee's Kung Fu

Hong Kong Embraces Bruce Lee's Kung Fu

Bruce Lee may be an international superstar, but nowhere is he more beloved than his homeland of China and Hong Kong is stepping up to the plate to celebrate the Kung Fu legend with an exhibition dubbed "Bruce Lee: Kung Fu•Art •Life," a highlight of the upcoming Vibrant Hong Kong festival.

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Frank Gehry's Spiraling Creation

Frank Gehry's Spiraling Creation

Frank Gehry’s first residential building in Asia is quite the work of architecture. The Opus is a gorgeous twisting 12 story complex perched on the hills overlooking the Hong Kong skyline with quite the hefty cost to buy its contained apartments: The 9th floor sold for $58 million.

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Great Wine Auction of Hong Kong

Great Wine Auction of Hong Kong

On November 21st begins quite the wine auction in Hong Kong. Several lots of fine and renowned wines are to be sold for estimates reaching in the millions over the course of the auctions. This is a must-attend auction for any avid wine drinker with a spare hundred thousand or so to expand their collection.

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Hong Kong Orchestra Provides Relaxing Venue

Hong Kong Orchestra Provides Relaxing Venue

Travelers to Hong Kong looking to save a few on entertainment or just for a quiet place to relax and enjoy a beautiful collection of music should be sure to visit the Asia Society Hong Kong Center's monthly City Retreat, due this month on the 13th.

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Wine and Dine Festival Hits Hong Kong

Wine and Dine Festival Hits Hong Kong

Celebrating the simplest pleasure in life, Hong Kong has set in motion it's 2012 Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival from November 1st to 4th. Alonside the official festival, restaurants across the city will key into the celebration with special deals and prices set to last until the 25th.

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Hong Kong to See Bruce Lee's Home Sold

Hong Kong to See Bruce Lee's Home Sold

st and athlete Bruce Lee will be interested to know his former Hong Kong residence is going on sale. Disappointing results from turning the property to a museum despite avid fan support has lead to the sale. Further plans, including an expansion of the property including a cinema were declined by the government.

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Hong Kong Electronics Fair a Success

Hong Kong Electronics Fair a Success

Boasting a 5% boost in attendees, the four-day Hong Kong Electronics Fair hosted more than 97,000 buyers from around world. The event introduced the Small-Order Zone, featuring a set of more than 1000 premium products in addition to an “Experience Corner” to allow buyers to try out new products.

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Hong Kong to Host Taiwan Culture Festival

Hong Kong to Host Taiwan Culture Festival

Two months of Taiwanese culture will flood into the streets of Hong Kong starting this October 27th in the hopes of creating cultural exchanges between these two peoples.

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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Confirmed

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Confirmed

Hong Kong will have its daring new Kai Tak Cruise Terminal operational by mid-2013 with additional capacity established within the year. Perfectly placed just at the edge of Hong Kong's heart, the spectacular new terminal is expected to drastically increase tourism.

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