Never dealt with the concept of a live-in helper? Buying a car for the first time in Hong Kong? Planning a party? We’ve got the answers to all your questions as you adjust to your fab new life in the Kong.
Celebrate Chinese New Year in style by eating auspicious food, giving out lai see, and doing everything considered lucky!
Get ready for another round of New Years festivities as the Year of the Fire Rooster officially begins on January 28th. Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, is one of the most significant and cherished holidays in Hong Kong… and as such, it’s celebrated in style for 15 days! It’s also considered a time for family and friends to get together, enjoy each other’s company, say goodbye to the old, and welcome the new.
A helpful tool for those frequent situations that need attending to ASAP!
ny parent will tell you that when it comes to babies, everything is totally unpredictable, whether it be when they need their nappies changed, or when they get hungry and grumpy. Even if you and your bub are nipping down to the shops for an hour or so, you never know when a situation may pop up, so you’ve always got to be prepared.
Luckily, the metropolis of Hong Kong is a very baby-friendly one, with multiple changing and nursing facilities within walking distance of wherever you might be. Below, we’ve compiled a list of all these facilities conveniently scattered across Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, New Territories and the outlying islands for those emergency situations that just can’t wait.
Find out registration procedures for baby in Hong Kong.
Registering the birth of your baby is a fairly simple process in Hong Kong. The hospital should give you a birth return (a document that records the baby’s birth) and automatically sends a registration to the birth registry, which is run by the Hong Kong Immigration Services. Upon the receipt of the documents by the registrar, which typically takes two weeks, you can make an appointment at the Births and Deaths General Register Office.
Summer’s here and the kids want to play, but being outdoors in this heat and humidity means getting burnt, really sweaty and for the rest of the day, totally drained! So why not try one of these indoor playrooms?
With the hottest days of summer approaching and Hong Kong's blistering daytime heat on the forecast, we'll all be spending a lot of time indoors in air-conditioned bliss. But instead of staying at home and watching telly with your kids, why not take them to an indoor playroom where they can run around, have fun and burn off some energy. Here’s a quick list of some great indoor playrooms around town that the children will love so much, they’ll be begging you to take them back every day.
With school just ‘round the corner, it’s time to fill those backpacks up with back-to-school basics!
With the blissful summer holidays drawing to an end, and a new school term fast approaching, back-to-school preparations are a top priority on our to-do lists. For some of you, your little ones may be returning for yet another academic year, but for all those proud first-timers whose bubs have grown up overnight and are facing their first ever day of kindergarten, this article should come in handy. Here, we’ve compiled a list of the essential supplies to gather, and where you’ll find them, so you can avoid having to trudge through the heat and humidity to search all over town.
A diverse and dynamic learning environment for curious little inquirers, on the coastline...
INresponse to the demand for high-quality and bilingual (English and Mandarin) early childhood education programmes, EtonHouse revealed its second kindergarten campus is scheduled to open this coming September.
t’s time dress up the munchkins, and go to town for some spooktacular fun! We’ve put together a Hong Kong-specific guide to help our GeoBaby Mums plan a terrifying (or cute) All Hallow's Eve for their adorable little ghosts, goblins, witches, fairies, and pumpkins. Enjoy!