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Cici George

Looking for something to do with the children on a hot summer day? Pay a visit to Hong Kong Disneyland's Frozen village and meet all the characters from the cartoon smash hit. 

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Chameleon Workshop's printmaking pack gives children a taste of some of the techniques used by such art greats as Picasso, Matisse and Warhol.

Mui Thomas is a pretty special referee - the world's first rugby umpire living with Harlequin ichthyosis, a rare congenital skin disorder.

American historian and writer Leonard Marcus is widely considered an authority on children's literature yet he struggled to learn to read as a child. "I was very verbal, but I just couldn't figure out how to read," Marcus says.

It's no wonder the kitchen holds so much fascination for toddlers - cooking involves stirring different kinds of mixtures, getting one's hands dirty kneading and handling materials with different textures.

Recently, I was pleased to discover a number of Hong Kong-themed children's books for my little ones. It was only when Jackie Junko appeared on my radar that I realised that my children's screen time had very little local content.

Part of the wonder of being a parent is doing things you wouldn't normally do. For example, having a snake cuddle into the crook of my neck or cooing over a spider - which is what I was doing with my toddler on a Sunday afternoon at an industrial building in Chai Wan.