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Top 10 Things to Do in Hong Kong, October 30 to November 7

Join outdoor silent yoga and dance with no lights on.

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 29 October, 2015, 3:34pm
UPDATED : Wednesday, 19 October, 2016, 4:52pm

Friday 10/30
Block Rocking Creeps
Halloween doesn’t have to just last one terrifying night. Kick off the spooktacular weekend with a Halloween Block Party jointly hosted by Butchers Club Burger and Djiboutii. They’re taking over Landale Street with drinks, live music, performers and deals. A burger at Butchers Club gets you a shot at Djiboutii, while a cocktail at Djiboutii gets you a shot of bourbon with Butchers.
4:30pm-late, Landale St., Wan Chai.

Saturday 10/31
Boo!
It’s Halloween! Get into your slutty Longhair costume and hit the town. Haven’t decided where to go yet? Check out our full list of parties at tiny.cc/hk-halloween... Or just hit up LKF like everyone else.

Sunday 11/1
Silent Salutation
Ever thought that your regular Downward Dog is too… noisy? Fix that with a Silent Disco Yoga Class in the outdoors, where music and instructions will be wirelessly passed on via headphones.
5pm, Sun Yat Sen Memorial Park, Sai Ying Pun. $150 from eventbrite.hk.

Monday 11/2
Time For Leftovers
As part of the Hong Kong International Literary Festival writer Leta Hong Fincher discusses her book Leftover Women, which examines the huge backwards steps taken in regards to women’s rights in China.
6:30pm. Fringe Upstairs, Fringe Club, 2 Lower Albert Rd., Central. $135 from hkilf.eventbrite.hk. HKILF runs through Nov 8, see full schedule at festival.org.hk.

Tuesday 11/3
Seafood, Eat It
Organized by the Ocean Recovery Alliance, the Kin Hong Seafood Festival runs throughout November, to tell the public more about sustainable seafood in the city. Restaurants across the SAR are taking part, so look out for them throughout the month.
Check out more at oceanrecov.org.

Wednesday 11/4
Shady Shuffle
Dance like no one’s watching at No Lights No Lycra, because no one is—they turn the lights down low and all that’s left is you, the music and hopefully enough spatial awareness that you don’t dance into someone else’s face.
XXX Gallery, B/D, 353-363 Des Voeux Rd. West, Shek Tong Tsui. Free.

Thursday 11/5
Later, Curator
As part of Art Gallery Week, galleries in SoHo 189 and Western are staying open tonight for Art Lates, with events, performances and openings held until late.
6-10pm, SoHo 189, 189 Queen’s Road West; and also Western District. Free.

Friday 11/6
Liminal Music
Singer-songwriter Justin Lim plays a free outdoor gig at the Cultural Centre. In true Hong Kong style he’ll be paying tribute to golden oldies from English and Chinese pop alike, as well as breaking out some more up-to-date hits.  
7:15-10pm, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Piazza C, 10 Salisbury Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui. Free.

Saturday 11/7
HEYYYYYY, HEYYYY BABY
The Sevens isn’t just an excuse to transfuse massive amounts of Carlsberg into your bloodstream: It’s also an Olympic sport. Support our boys and girls at the Asia Rugby Sevens Qualifier, which will give the Hong Kong men’s and women’s teams a shot at taking part in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Ooh! Ah!
Nov 7-8, Hong Kong Stadium, 55 Eastern Hospital Rd., So Kon Po. Tickets start at $200 from ticketflap.com.

Don't miss...
Charity Bites
Like eating for a good cause? Sure you do. Chi Fan for Charity is back on Saturday, November 7 for the third year running. The event ditches the “charity dinner gala” thing for something much more low-key: It partners with 27 restaurants all over town to throw dinner parties in each venue. Tables are hosted by friends, associations and some of Hong Kong’s most interesting people. All proceeds go to the Little Life Warrior Society, which works to improve the lives of children fighting cancer. We certainly can’t think of a better cause than that.
Nov 7. Tickets from $850 all-inclusive, chifanforcharity.org.