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WATCH: Hongkongers waiting 75 minutes to get their hands on Japanese dessert with crispy pastry and a cheese mousse filling, three months after Causeway Bay store opened, writes Rachelle Chau
You don’t have to be Hawaiian to play the ukulele, but it helps.
From Mando-pop to a model-violinist and the International Man of Mirth, there’s a variety of entertainment to book your seats for.
Guitar player known as Kimman is latest to step up for mini-live performance on stage in Taikoo Place, Quarry Bay.
Hong Kong artists among those to have signed up for charity fashion venture, writes Rachelle Chau.
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Russian ballet, the biggest names in Taiwan, and Koji Tamaki with the HK City Pops Orchestra
Hong Kong has the lowest family literacy rate in the world
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