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Connecting Dots | Modern payment methods in HK: What are foreign students' preferences?

In the bustling metropolis of Hong Kong, how people handle transactions has evolved significantly. Now that Hong Kong is becoming more and more connected to the Mainland, people's payment methods are also affected.

Connecting Dots | Not ready to embrace MSW Charging Scheme: FIBA 3x3 Village stall owners share reservations

The FIBA 3x3 Universality Olympic Qualifying Tournament 1, a three-on-three basketball event, took place from April 12 to 14 at Victoria Park. The 3x3 Village, a carnival-like event organized by FIBA, featured a city sports experience zone, FIBA-standard 3x3 basketball courts, food stalls, retail booths, urban creative culture, and tattoo art.

Connecting Dots | Environment or convenience? HKU students share views on single-use plastic ban

HK's new legislation for regulating disposable plastic tableware and other plastic products took effect on April 22. This new law, aimed at reducing plastic pollution and addressing climate change, has sparked widespread discussion.

Connecting Dots | Impression of China: Why do foreigners come to Beijing?

China, with its thousands of years of history, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and vast landscapes. However, as the ancient Chinese poet Lu You once said, "What's learned from books is superficial after all. It's crucial to have it personally tested somehow." Many foreigners visit China with the intention of immersing themselves in its customs and traditions to foster better understanding and communication.

Connecting Dots | What will your pets say if they can talk?

Have you ever imagined that one day your pet(s) would suddenly call your name? Have you ever wondered what they meant by their woofs, meows, chirps, or oinks, or whatever...? What will they ask you for, be it a warm hug or a mountain of food and snacks? This time, we interviewed some parents of furkids, who shared with us the joy and fun of raising their beloved pets. What do the parents think their furkids might want to say? Is there a kind of pet that they consider "creepy"? Watch the video to find out more!

Connecting Dots | Beyond borders: Foreigners' perspectives on China's impressive transportation networks

Living in the mainland China offers a diverse and enriching experience for foreigners who have chosen to make this country their home. Beyond the cultural nuances and culinary delights, one aspect that continually impresses expats is China's exceptional infrastructure. The country has invested heavily in creating a seamless and efficient travel experience, from gleaming skyscrapers to extensive transportation networks.

Connecting Dots | Foreigners impressed by safety level, living costs in China

Proposals at the "Two Sessions" cover a wide range of areas, including many important issues related to people's livelihood.  This time, our mainland correspondents interviewed some foreigners to find out their views on the environment, security situation, and price level there.

Connecting Dots | HK citizens' happiness levels & leisure activities revealed!

With Beijing's "Two Sessions" underway, DotDotNews reporters took to the streets in Hong Kong and interviewed some citizens on how they rate their happiness levels in the city and what their favorite leisure activities are.

Connecting Dots | Chinese New Year Trivia: The Cat in the Chinese Zodiac?

Chinese people are meticulous in their efforts to avoid bad luck and misfortune. During Chinese New Year, red decorations adorn homes, symbolizing good fortune and warding off evil spirits. People also exchange red envelopes containing "lucky money" as a gesture of goodwill.

Connecting Dots | Kung hei fat choy! Foreigners send CNY greetings

The Chinese New Year is a time to connect and share joy with one another.

Connecting Dots | Wrapping it up: Thankful for the past and hopeful for the next chapter ahead!

Today is Chinese New Year's Eve, a time when people officially bid goodbye to the past year and embrace the new one. 2023 was a year filled with challenges and unexpected moments, but through resilience, we found strengths, forged connections, and discovered moments of joy. As we say goodbye, let's carry the lessons forward and embrace the new year ahead.

Connecting Dots | Appearance anxiety: Is it more about what's inside a person or outside?

You must have heard of the phrase "Never judge a book by its cover" or "Beauty is inside" before. But how many people are truly able to demonstrate nonchalance toward external judgment?

Connecting Dots | 'DotDotNews - Voyages Club' Regatta: Sailing crews make all-out effort for dreams

The 2nd 'DotDotNews - Voyages Club' Ring in New Year 2024 (GBA) Regatta was held in the waters off Victoria Harbour and Tung Lung Chau from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on January 20. Teams from all over the world participated in this competition, showing the beauty of sports.

Connecting Dots | Unveiling personalities: What's your MBTI type?

This time, we interviewed some foreigners on their views of MBTI. What are their types and are they convinced by the results? Watch the video now to find out more!

Connecting Dots | Yearender: Hitting the streets of HK filled with whimsical minds

Quirky but amazing minds are never absent on the streets of Hong Kong. Over the past year, DotDotNews has hit the streets time and again with often-unexpected questions. There are not only whimsical ideas, improvised responses and hilarious jokes, but also tactful comments, heartfelt feelings and words of wisdom. Watch the video now to take a glance at what we've done in 2023 before we embark on the new journey. Please also stay tuned for more vox pops in the coming year with us!
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