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Photos | Lantern displays enliven HK parks to mark Mid-Autumn Festival

Mid-Autumn lantern decorations will be displayed at Victoria Park, Sha Tin Park and Tin Shui Wai Park from Sept. 17 to 22, the Leisure & Cultural Services Department announced on Thursday (Sept. 16).

Watch This | 2nd Tibet Internet Photography & Video Festival awaits your participation

Have you ever been to Tibet? While you were there did you take any photos or footage? If you can answer yes to both questions then enter the 2nd Tibet Internet Photography & Video Festival by sending your work to: xinhuaxzyx@outlook.com

Concert to complement GBA's Mid-Autumn Festival holiday

Mid-Autumn Festival concert for the Greater Bay Area will be held in Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province in celebration of Mid-Autumn Day on Sept 21, a holiday focused on family reunions.

3-week Greater Bay Area online shopping festival kicks off today

Authorities on Thursday (Sept. 2) will kick-start a three-week online shopping event that spans the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area to bolster emotional and commercial ties, according to a report from Xinhua News Agency.

City Spotlight | Snap, Crackle, Breast!

Social change is slow, the seeds of which are sown in artistic statements and points of cultural discussion.

Zoo-minar | Warning! 9 tips to avoid being haunted on Ghost Festival

With the Ghost Festival around the corner, DotDotNews presents you the dos and don'ts that you all should bear in mind in order to avoid being haunted on that special day. Watch the video to find out what Baggya the deer said to make Shiba the dog have goosebumps.

HK marathon scheduled on Oct 24, runners must be double-vaccinated

The Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 2021 is set to resume on 24 October, after being suspended last year due to the outbreak of the pandemic. According to the organizers, there will be a total enrollment quota of 18,500 for this year's event, allocated to the marathon, half-marathon and 10km race.

Chinese-Canadian pop idol Kris Wu arrested on suspicion of rape

Kris Wu, a Chinese-Canadian pop idol, has been arrested on suspicion of rape, police in Beijing's Chaoyang District said in a statement on Monday (Aug. 16).

City Spotlight | Top 10 Hong Kong Architecture Marvels (Part II)

In Part 1, we explored some of Hong Kong's most impressive skyline skyscrapers as well as an upcoming shoreline superstar. For Part 2, we'll explore some of the low-rise splendor the city has to offer; street-level magic you might miss if you didn't know.

City Spotlight | Top 10 Hong Kong Architecture Marvels (Part I)

Hong Kong's "beauty" is its instagrammable skyline. But the city's vibrant clash of East-West architecture is so unique that you need not only look up to glimpse iconic formations. From skyscrapers to underground stations and street-level concrete water pipes, 'Fragrant Harbour' blesses the eye with an impressive array of structures and buildings. Here we've rounded up the best landmarks the city has to offer, guiding you off-grid in the hopes of nourishing that architectural soul.

Peel the Onion | The Best (and Worst) Pandemic TV Shows and Movies on Netflix Right Now (Part II)

o The Lake is likely the best Russian-produced show to resonate with western audiences so far, and it's easy to see why. The script, direction, pacing, and acting are excellent, with believable characters who undergo decent development arcs throughout the show's addictive single season. Based on the debut novel of the Russian writer Yana Vagner, Vongozero (2011), To The Lake sees residents of Moscow infected with a deadly virus where blank irises and fatal coughing followed by actual death 3-4 days later.

Peel the Onion | The Best (and Worst) Pandemic TV Shows and Movies on Netflix Right Now (Part I)

As some of us still have the relative luxury to choose or deny taking a COVID vaccine before the whole shitshow goes up in flames, we'll look back at this period fondly. Not because the world is ending just yet, but because some of the apocalyptic shows and movies streaming on Netflix foretell a future where kicking back to watch such things is impossible due to viruses, zombies made from said virus, or a fundamental lack of internet because of viral zombies pulling the plug.

Ticket to world of ink wash painting: Master pieces exhibited in HK Art Museum

The Museum of Art will showcase 41 paintings by Hong Kong ink painting master Lui Shou-kwan from its collection from Friday (Aug. 13) to April 10 2021 charting the artistic journey of the modern ink art forerunner.

Skywatching: Perseid meteor shower to peak early Friday morning

The Perseid meteor shower is one of the meteor showers that boasts the best condition for observation this year, and the estimated peak would be at around 3 to 6 am on Friday (Aug. 13) morning.

US toymaker Mattel faces criticism for launching Olympic Barbie collection without Asian representation

Tokyo Olympics have come to an end, but the criticism hasn't. Recently, the US toymaker Mattel launched a special edition of Barbie dolls to commemorate the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but received criticism after being found to leave out Asian representation.
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