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  • Friends of Marco Visconti – Acting Hobbyist, Fanny Kwok

    When I first knew Fanny a few years in our school’s orientation event, I only knew she was a “banker” – a senior relationship manager in a very large bank focusing on very large corporate clients.  When school started, I began to find invitation to her shows – what shows?  Turns out she was an amateur actress involved in various local productions such as《山城会之旺角》and《旺角二》 by Chasing Theatre.  Later on I went to visit both of her shows – iStage’s Dead Man’s Cell Phone and 大酒店有個荷里活 produced by Chasing Theatre.  It true looked fun acting on stage seeing her playing the...

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  • Dream Comes True

    Let’s admit, we all dream of being a princess. I suggest finding something special that defines your personality through your clothes. It can be something small, but it will make all the difference. Nothing is better than wearing lace and sheer fabric to be unique.   Fairy Organza Dress Every woman should own a little black dress. We choose floral pattern organza to do this classic piece with simple and clean cutting. Burnout pattern makes it look more luxurious. The design of the sleeves is airy ruffled, layered and it’s shaped like a flower. This is all fairytale inspiration.  ...

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  • Easter is coming…what’s better than having some really nice chocolate?

    To add more sweetness to the joyful season, celebrate the time with a beautiful box of Prestat chocolate. Coming from the U.K, we’re happy to share our favourite taste with all chocolate lovers! Jewel Box It is the number one listed on our festive table setting! Boosting a wealth of luxurious treats, the jewel box combines legendary classics with innovative flavors offering you an extraordinary trip with taste buds. Packed with 9 or 16 pieces of Prestat’s popular choice, it can definitely satisfy every choco lover.  Milk Earl Grey Wafer Thins This is a fabulous English classic treat. Enjoy your time...

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  • Discover

    It was a wonderful time to enjoy the beautiful weather. Walking around the villages and visiting shops, we learned more about the local culture. We took the time to go sightseeing; shopping in the traditional markets and visiting art museum to get us indulged.    Religion influences their daily life. Peace and tranquility are in the air. Children and locals welcomed us and treated us as friend.  Branoon Ethnic Dress Modern art movement is often reflected in the design of art work. Rug weaving, sculpture and handmade crafts today remain the most precious art. “Branoon Ethnic Dress” is inspired by...

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  • Traveling on taste buds

    Sailing around the world with your taste buds, Hong Kong is definitely a food heaven with limitless eating options night or day. Blending of spicy, sweet, salty and sour, there is no surprise that Thai cuisine is popular attributed to its exotic flavours. Spending a relaxing evening with great food, Thai Thai 2 kitchen would be on our list for its gorgeous surroundings making it a perfect city escape.  Thai Thai 2 Kitchen, located in Sai Kung, is a second restaurant operated by its owners, Mr. & Mrs. Choy, with their first Thai Thai kitchen in Tai Po. Situating in a...

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  • Helping Rural Communities in Southeast Asia

    Vietnam and Cambodia are both very fast growing economies.  However, many of the villages in the rural areas still lack the infrastructure of electricity, roads, and clean water.  To seek better job opportunity and improve living standard, village people often need to go to big cities like HCMC or Phnom Penh for work, leaving their family behind in the process.  Many times, the working environment in the cities are not safe and these workers are working far away from their family. Mekong Plus is a non-profit, community development organization, providing sustainable employment for women in Southern Vietnam and Cambodia. Together...

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  • Myanmar – All that Surreal and Traditional

    The reason to take a journey to Myanmar is simple – there is just no other place quite like this fascinating country. This is one of the very few places in the world that retains a lot of its characters since it was freed from British colonial government more than a century ago. You’ll find man walking around with traditional longyi, floating villages on lakes, thousands of temples and religious monks everywhere. People are generally very friendly and polite. With the big influence of Buddhism, they are willing to donate to temples and monks, even though a lot of them...

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  • Sail – Design Inspiration of Spring 2014

    We like traveling a lot, travel to an unfamiliar place open our hearts and minds. Meeting different people and experiencing diverse culture often inspired us. This spring, we sail off to the far east and bring back the beauties of Southeast Asia for the new season. So, why sail? Sailing is a totally different experience from any other form of travel. Everyday we woke up at a different location ready for new discoveries. This is the only place, where we are only a few inches away from the water all the time. It is so quiet, with no internet connection...

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  • Valentine's Last Minute Gift Ideas

    You can’t deny that it is the busiest time of the year. From Christmas to New Year, there are parties, gathering, traveling… and not to mention the biggest season of sale! While you are lost in the grand sale season, don’t forget the most romantic time, the Valentine’s Day, is just 2 weeks away from the Chinese New Year! Probably some of us are still busy visiting relatives and friends, saying “kung hei fat choy” to each other, but it’s time to shop for your loved one. If you’re out of gift ideas, here are some affordable yet awesome picks for...

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  • Welcome the Year of Horse with a lot of Fu!

    With the Year of Horse just around the corner, everyone is busy preparing food, decorations and lai see for the most important festival of the Chinese culture. One of my favourite way to decorate my home is to write fai chun, and the one of the easiest word to write is of course “Fu” (福). If you’ve been living in Hong Kong for a few years, I’m sure you are familiar with this word. However, do you really know the meaning and the origin this Chinese character? Meaning “happiness” and “good fortune”, the appearance of the character can be traced...

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