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What does the Year of the Dog have in store for us? Apparently it's a good year for lifestyle changes or starting a new venture. In that spirit, we have unveiled our new look – we hope you like it! Find out more about Chinese New Year traditions below, as well as where to enjoy the celebrations. We also have info on what's happening in Hong Kong's restaurant scene and a great family-friendly complex if you are on the hunt for a new home. Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Chinese New Year in Macau
Make the most of the Lunar New Year break with a trip to Macau
Queen's Garden Apartments Swimming Pool
This complex ticks all the right boxes for a family-friendly home
International Schools in Hong Kong
Want to know what's on offer at the city's international schools? 
Hong Kong restaurant news
Shake Shack is coming to Hong Kong! This is not a drill!
Stamford American School Mandarin Lessons
How do you instil a love of learning Mandarin in your kids?
Chinese New Year traditions
From lai see to lanterns, get to know Chinese New Year customs
Prince Edward reader home
How Prince Edward is a perfect blend of fresh air and fish balls
Gough on Gough's review
Find out why everyone is raving about this new resto
Hot new hotel openings
Check out the hottest new hotels opening this year
Chinese New Year Night Parade
Chinese New Year Night Parade
16 February
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park
Harbour Arts Sculpture Park
22 February – 11 April
Hong Kong Arts Festival
Hong Kong Arts Festival
23 February – 24 March
AIA Great European Carnival
AIA Great European Carnival
Until 25 February
Hong Kong Academy Open House
Hong Kong Academy
Early Childhood Open House
1 March
Stamford American School Learn from the Pros
Stamford American School – Learn from the Pros
3 March
Russell Peters Deported World Tour
Russell Peters
'Deported' World Tour
13 March
SCAD Hong Kong Spotlight Day
SCAD Hong Kong
Spotlight Day
17 March
Asia Contemporary Art Show Spring Edition 2018
Asia Contemporary Art Show Spring Edition
24–26 March
5 moves for a home workout
Can’t make it to the gym? Here are five exercises, courtesy of Ultimate Performance Hong Kong, that you can do for an easy home workout
Cabanee organic products
Cabanee, which imports natural and organic products from overseas to Hong Kong, has recently expanded with a retail space in Central
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