its sometimes harmonious, occasionally clashing and always
intriguing blend of ancient traditions and cutting
edge attitude, Hong Kong never fails to engage visitors.
Despite the 1997 handoff to China, a British presence
is still strong. You can catch a polo match in the morning
and visit the nineteenth century, incense-filled Man Mo Temple
in the afternoon. As for other constants we love about
this city: non-stop shopping, the graciousness of The
Peninsula hotel, early morning Tai Chi on the waterfront,
street stall dumplings and the amazing views from Victoria
for Hong Kong
Like New York, Hong Kong is not a city for the faint of
heart. Its pace is non-stop, and its attractions one-of-a-kind.
Spend three days discovering its inimitable pursuits,
from dining on dim sum in a Picasso-filled private club
to shopping for frogs and orchids on Wellington Street.
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many argue that the city is on an inevitable decline
as a financial tiger, we say otherwise. In fact, we
feel that this is Hong Kong’s most exhilarating
moment, and there’s no better time to do business
here than now.
the Harvest Moon
Every Fall, the city is set ablaze with lights and the sweet aroma of moon cakes fills the air. Children and adults alike take to the surrounding hills with Chinese paper lanterns of various shapes, sizes and colors, while watching the harvest moon rise over Hong Kong.
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