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Blohk Party Recap

By Localiiz 7 February 2014
February 10th 2014 Just released. For all those who dragged themselves out the weekend after Clockenflap, here’s a reminder of the awesomeness that was Blohk Party... Video by Hypetraktv
 
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Festival Fever: An Insider Guide to the Best Hong Kong Festivals of 2014 January 21st 2014: Our city has long established itself as one of the world’s leading lights when it comes to annual festivals, entwining ancient Chinese culture and Western modernity with seemingly seamless ease. Here’s our pick of the 2014 Hong Kong events to look out for.  

Graffiti for Grandmas – Yarn Bombing hits Hong Kong January 20th 2014: While the largely undervalued art of knitting screams “Grandma” to many, a decidedly young and fun Hong Kong artist is hoping to change this stereotypical association by putting a unique twist on an otherwise fuddy duddy pastime. Introducing the latest trend in Hong Kong street art – yarn bombing!  

Miles of Smiles for Hong Kong Happy Video January 20th 2014: Towards the end of 2013, more and more reports of Hong Kong being unhappy were circulating in the press. But perhaps some frowns will be turned upside down with the help of Hélène Franchineau, Edwin Lee and Divinia Montagnon’s recently released copycat video of Pharrell Williams' latest hit Happy.  
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