Living in Hong Kong

Living in Hong Kong

Arts and Culture

Hong Kong culture is a melting pot of customs and traditions influenced by thousands of years of immigration. Wherever you look in the city, there is a story to tell that will take you back in time, whether in the traditional Chinese festivals, cultural arts or family-run restaurants. Therefore, do not forget to explore every multicultural story when you are studying and living in Hong Kong!

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Food and Entertainment

Hong Kong cuisine is renowned for its exotic fusion of Eastern and Western flavours along with a wide variety of culinary delights. Abundant selections of gourmet items are available everywhere in Hong Kong. So, please do enjoy yourself when you are studying and living in Hong Kong!

In addition, a lot of excitement awaits you in Hong Kong. From time to time, you may find yourself cruising around the harbour, watching a hot international musical, screaming at a heated sporting event or gathering with friends until dawn. Come and make the most of your stay in Hong Kong! [Explore more]



Hong Kong, a shopping paradise, offers everything from branded products to hard-to-find items at extremely attractive prices. Every year during sales periods (winter sales: late December to February; summer sales: July to September), amazing discounts are available for you to enjoy.

Top 10 Attractions

Whether it is the beauty of nature or the historical spots that interest you, Hong Kong has everything you want. The Top 10 attractions are popular for a good reason. Those who came before you voted with their feet and here is their verdict. [Explore more]

Source Hong Kong Tourism Board –

The Peak
Hong Kong Disneyland
Ladies' Market
Ocean Park Hong Kong
Temple Street Night Market
Clock Tower
Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
Golden Bauhinia Square (and HKCEC)
Lan Kwai Fong
Avenue of Stars


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Hong Kong has a high degree of economic competitiveness. According to the Hong Kong SAR government, “Hong Kong is characterised by its high degree of internationalisation, business-friendly environment, rule of law, free trade and free flow of information, open and fair competition, well-established and comprehensive financial networks, superb transport and communications infrastructure, sophisticated...”