337. Fireworks displays To the Hongkonger’s eye, fireworks in other countries are just a bit sad. 338. Happy Valley horse races Cheap beer, gambling and German snacks (for some reason). A must-do experience. 339. Hungry Ghost Festival When the grannies start burning hell money on street corners, you know it’s Hungry Ghost time again. 340. Mr. Gay Hong Kong Forget twee Miss Hong Kong: Mr. Gay HK is the LGBT event of the year. 341. Dragon Boat Festival Marking the official start of summer with manic paddling and dumplings. 342. Art Basel and ArtWalk Hong Kong’s art scene just keeps getting bigger, and these two big-ticket events are the lynchpins of the art calendar. 343. Lion dances There’s always a good reason for a lion dance performance, be it a new year, a shop opening or a triad’s birthday. 344. Mid-Autumn Festival Mooncakes and pyromania. What’s not to like? 345. The Rugby Sevens Whether you love or hate the South Stand, the Sevens is one of the biggest events on the world’s sporting (and drinking) calendar. And it takes place right here. 346. Cheung Chau Bun Festival Literally, a bun fight. 347. Clockenflap Hong Kong’s biggest festival is now a firm fixture on the music scene. Listening to awesome bands right on the West Kowloon waterfront is an experience like no other. 348. The Standard Chartered Marathon Here’s our token fitness entry. 349. Villain-hitting Wanna curse out your enemies? Go indulge in some Chinese-style voodoo under the Canal Road Flyover and spread those bad vibes. 350. Chinese New Year… Lai see packets if you’re single, three days off work, and more turnip pudding than you can shake a kumquat tree at. 351. …and Chinese New Year flower markets Where you can shop for flowers and crazy inflatables with glee. 352. Lan Kwai Fong at Halloween It’s like regular Lang Kwai Fong, but with sexier costumes. On men. GOVERNMENT 353. HK government public safety announcements Keeping us safe from our own washing machines and poor oral hygiene since the 1970s. 354. The ICAC It’s got its problems, but it keeps us clean (for the most part). 355. Bizarre corners of government websites We’ve all gone down the government’s online rabbit hole and foundv something weird. Or is that just us? 356. The Hong Kong Observatory It does its best, bless it. 357. Our emergency services Thank god for 999. 358. One Country, Two Systems (More or less).