Hit list: five things to do in Hong Kong this week (April 8 - 14)

The Sevens kick off on Friday, there’s an animated stop-motion masterpiece on the big screen, and we’ve stumbled across Hong Kong’s own British-style ‘greasy spoon’ cafe. Here are our picks for the week ahead...

PUBLISHED : Friday, 08 April, 2016, 1:48pm
UPDATED : Friday, 08 April, 2016, 2:29pm

WATCH: the eccentric animated masterpiece that is Anomalisa, by writer-director Charlie Kaufman, the man behind Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

DIG into a cheap and tasty full English breakfast for under HK$50, at Hong Kong’s own greasy spoon, tucked away in a sleepy village by the border.

DISCOVER the story of a Hong Kong photographer and his wife who threw a message in a bottle into the sea, and met the person who found it eight months later off Canada’s Pacific coast, at multimedia exhibition Over the Ocean, On the Road.

REFUEL during Hong Kong’s biggest party this weekend, with our guide to the best places for Rugby Sevens fans to eat and drink.

JOIN the queue for xiao long bao, pork ribs vegetable rice and other Shanghaiese treats at Kam Yee Shanghai Restaurant in North Point.