- Our readers tell us the best Insta accounts in the 852, like the street photography of @explore_hongkong and @daniel_lau
- From dancers like @angusshui74 and funny videos from @mannerproduction, here’s what they said
Love to explore Hong Kong? Then check out @daniel_lau. As well as taking selfies on top of skyscrapers, he likes to showcase less common views, such as abandoned places and construction sites. His rooftop pictures are so cool and the scenery is simply wonderful. He always likes to step out of his comfort zone and try something new.
Randa Wong Hei-yu, 12, Maryknoll Fathers’ School
You can’t beat @angushui74, a dancer. I love to dance, so I’ll always watch anything dance-related. Every time I see his videos, I want to get up and move. There is no better way to bring you strength and energy.
Cathy Lam, 16, Fung Kai No 1 Secondary School
I really enjoy @hkfoodlog.rm because it shows the delicious food available in Hong Kong. I love to eat, and I always want to try dishes I’ve never eaten before. The account has taught me a lot more about food in Hong Kong, so I will go and try some of those dishes when I am free.
Cici Wong Sze-wai, 15, Our Lady’s College
I love @mannerproduction, where a team of actors makes funny videos. When I watch their posts, I forget about all the bad things that happened to me during the day. The actors also post photos and share jokes with their fans. It’s so entertaining
Andy Poon Tsz-hin, 15, Fung Kai No 1 Secondary School
I really like @explore_hongkong because it highlights a wide range of local food and tourist attractions. It is a great reflection of Hong Kong’s traditions and lifestyle, which we should really appreciate.
Teresa Kwok, 15, South Island School
The @hkartion account features lots of fascinating posts, mainly watercolour paintings, while providing information about local art exhibitions and events. I find the images fascinating and also think the account helps me to appreciate art.
Rai Sayaa, 12, HKMA David Li Kwok Po College
My favourite account is @ltpss_eng, which it is all about the English language. It shares common typos, as well as funny English memes and tips for studying. It’s a way to have fun while learning English. So convenient!
Jenny Fung, 14, Law Ting Pong Secondary School
Definitely @harimaolee. He boasts an array of photos from bird’s eye views to lesser-known places in Hong Kong. His photography skills are mind-blowing. I can hardly take my eyes off the images!
Kwok Po-kiu, 12, Maryknoll Fathers’ School
The posts on @hk.dict feature trendy words that teenagers use in their daily lives. Some of the posts are also very funny. I really look forward to checking out the account when I have some free time.
Max Chan Jun-xi, 15, STFA Seaward Woo College
It’s got to be @jojoeie1702! This Instagram account is packed with drawings that reflect Hong Kong’s social conditions. The drawings are funny and the words are simple. Almost everyone can relate to the account because it highlights what happens in our everyday lives. It’s really touching and relatable.
Hung Tak-yau, 14, St Mary’s Canossian College
Our question for next week is: What is your biggest non-academic related accomplishment?
If you’d like to take part, please send your response, along with your full name, age and school, to [email protected] by Friday 11th December!