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  • The Giver

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Tues 14: Runaway Bride
Sat 11 I Know Kung Fu A brawny man stands up for two strangers when they are assaulted by five men at a Causeway Bay bar. The man adopts the horse stance—the basis of most Chinese martial arts...
Wed 8: Shrine On
Sat 4 Fruit Knife? A man protesting against the occupiers in Mong Kok brandishes a knife and starts destroying Occupy Central’s street banners. Identifying himself as a tourist from Shenzhen,...
The buzz: When Wan Chai institution Joe Bananas closed its doors after 28 years, it was the end of an era… an era that was resurrected a few...
August, 2014
Wasabi Mayo and Hong Kong Style
This takeaway shop (with a few seats for dining-in) is a healthy alternative to greasy Americana. It serves poke—raw, cubed and marinated...
August, 2014
This Possession Street newcomer sits squarely between the greasy spoons and the high-end diners of Sheung Wan.   HIT The Lot tempts us with a...
August, 2014
Isono, tucked in a quiet corner of PMQ, is run with the help of Michelin-star-spangled Spanish chefs Paolo Casagrande and Martin Berasategui. HIT...
August, 2014
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