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Where can travelers see the cute animals in Hong Kong?

Travelers see funny animals at many places in Hong Kong It is good to see the cute animals during your trip.   The funny animals can make the bored young kids excited. The beautiful animals can be the models of the enthusiastic photographers. Frank the tour guide is going to show you where travelers can see…

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No more Apple Daily, no more freedom of the press? Hong Kong SAR Government is still criticized daily…

Apple, green background

Hong Kong still has freedom of the press Some foreign expats in Hong Kong are afraid that Hong Kong has lost the freedom of the press after the brave pro-democracy Apple Daily stops publication.    Hong Kong Police did freeze some funds and arrest some management staff of the newspaper because of their crimes related…

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What are the sightseeing points with Hong Kong colonial history?

Hong Kong colonial history sightseeing points, Kowloon Walled City Park, Stanley and Tai Po Man Mo Temple.

Hong Kong colonial history sightseeing points Hong Kong became the British colony in 1842.   This post is going to show you the sightseeing points at Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories with the colonial history. To visit the Hong Kong colonial history sightseeing points easily, you can book the easy Hong…

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What is the best Hong Kong sightseeing point for honeymooners?

The best Hong Kong sightseeing point for honeymooners is Repulse Bay.

Best Hong Kong attraction for honeymooners is Repulse Bay Honeymooners should find the romantic, beautiful and funny sightseeing points for their relaxing honeymoon trips.   Repulse Bay on Hong Kong Island should be the best sightseeing point for honeymooners’ Hong Kong trip.   During the romantic walk on the Repulse Bay Beach, honeymooners can enjoy…

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What are the Chinese cultural sightseeing points in Hong Kong?

Hong Kong Chinese cultural attractions are (top left to right) Nan Lian Garden, Sam Tung Uk Museum, (bottom left to right) Big Buddha and Repulse Bay.

Hong Kong’s Chinese cultural attractions Although Hong Kong was the British colony until 1997, Hong Kong, which is always a part of China, still has a lot of Chinese cultural sightseeing points. So Hong Kong is a good place for Western travelers to see Chinese culture and prepare for their advanced cultural trip in the…

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Frank’s Hong Kong snapshots video of June 2021

Frank the tour guide took selfie at Kwun Tong Promenade in June 2021.

June 2021 Hong Kong snapshots video of Frank the tour guide  Frank the tour guide uses his snapshots to make a short video to record his June 2021. Fully vaccinated Frank is eager to show his beautiful city Hong Kong to travelers through his easy Hong Kong private tour service. See you in Hong Kong…

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Hope more foreign travelers can take the new Peak Tram in 2022

Old Peak Tram cars with new look.

Hope new Peak Tram can serve more foreign travelers in 2022 To farewell the 5th generation Peak Tram cars, Peak Tram company finds the local Hong Kong artists to decorate the old tram cars to show Hong Kong’s changes and developments.   The tram cars will be retired on 28 June 2021. The new longer…

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Can foreign expats in Hong Kong still remember the June Fourth Incident? Yes! But… 

US Embassy in Hong Kong switched on the electronic candles on 4 June 2021 and posted the photo to social media.

Expats & HK citizens can still mourn June 4 Incident Some foreign expats in Hong Kong may think that people are not allowed to remember the June 4 Incident anymore after the enactment of National Security Law for Hong Kong. The loss of freedom of speech and assembly should be foreign expats’ potential pain point…

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