Going to Clockenflap this weekend, or Blohk Party next weekend? Can’t be trusted to get totally wasted on your own? Play our handy festival drinking game.
Note: HK Magazine does not condone getting totally smashed at a music festival. Someone will probably steal your watch.
Take a sip of...
published: Dec 9 2013 - 12:44pm
Don’t like our Christmas calendar suggestions? Here’s an alternative list of stuff to do, from now until the festive season lurches to a close.
Dec 6 Faced with the final Christmas countdown, gorge yourself on every single remaining chocolate in your advent calendar.
Dec 7 Attempt to...
published: Dec 6 2013 - 3:58pm
Henderson Land tycoon Lee Shau-kee has donated land in Tuen Mun for the construction of a nursing home. Here at HK Magazine, we’re suitably impressed by the gesture. But you don’t have to be a tycoon in order to donate stuff. After all, there are other ways to help society…...
published: Nov 25 2013 - 8:29pm
How awful a politician are you? Take HK Magazine’s quiz to find out whether you’re a well-meaning, rational lawmaker, a cynical vulture riding a wave of outraged public opinion, or just a nasty piece of work.
1. The consequences of the actions of a single individual in another country...
published: Nov 14 2013 - 4:00pm
Our rival city-state Singapore was all in a flap last week when the Singaporean chapter of the hacker organization Anonymous broke into the website of the Straits Times and posted a YouTube video, threatening to cripple the city’s networks unless the Singaporean government started serving its...
published: Nov 11 2013 - 10:47am
It turns out the US government may have been doing even more spying than we thought. But they’re not the only ones. At HK Magazine, we don’t spend all week merely putting together these pages. In fact, this publication is a front for an international espionage ring of middling renown....
published: Nov 4 2013 - 6:36pm
Apparently the Hong Kong civil service are experts on the television industry now. Turns out, they’ve been planning their own TV station all along. We’ve got a sneak peek at their projected timetable.
5am. National Anthem
Glory to the motherland! Anthem is repeated for two hours.
published: Oct 28 2013 - 1:07pm
Inspired by the work of the UK’s English Defense League, we’re setting up the Hong Kong Defense League: an organization dedicated to supporting the rights of Hongkongers in the face of common sense, moral decency and the milk of human kindness. Here’s our manifesto:
1. Hong Kong...
published: Oct 18 2013 - 12:00am
Charles Li, CEO of the HKEx, recently posted a remarkably feverish piece of prose on his blog, in which he recounts a dream he had in which dozens of voices tried to resolve the inherent conflict of interest caused by the HKEx being both a regulatory body and a profit-making business.
It was pretty...
published: Oct 3 2013 - 3:55pm
China has lifted the ban on Facebook, Twitter and other politically sensitive sites—albeit only within the Shanghai Free-trade Zone. We’ve taken a screenshot of what looks a heck of a lot like the Chinese Government’s Facebook news feed.
published: Sep 30 2013 - 3:43pm