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Adieu My Love – A Videographer’s Romantic Ode To Hong Kong
April 24th 2014: After six years of calling it home, talented videographer Gregory Kane had to bid adieu to our beloved Hong Kong last year. But all was not lost, as the bittersweet goodbye prompted him to create a love letter of the digital generation for the city.
The Best Hong Kong Memes
April 24th 2014: With the huge influx of websites doing their own 'Best of Hong Kong' lists, it's clearly time for Localiiz to jump on the bandwagon and give you one of our own. Inspired by Buzzfeed's awesome post 39 Things Only People Who Live in Hong Kong Will Understand, we present to you... The Best Hong Kong Memes!
Foodie Facts: A Visual Gourmet Guide to Food in Hong Kong
April 24th 2014: Calling all HK foodies! I highly doubt you need more proof to persuade you that Hong Kong is foodie heaven (your belly is proof enough), but who doesn't love a good infographic? Graphic designer Darren Kingman created a wonderful visual gourmet guide highlighting the best facts about our city's gourmet scene.
What Does It All Mean? The Literal Translation of Hong Kong’s MTR Map
April 15th 2014: Local blogger Justin Moe gave both Cantonese and non-Cantonese speakers a chuckle last week with his humorous ‘literal’ translation of Hong Kong’s MTR system. Although some of the reworked place names are not technically precise, no doubt the Tourist Board is taking note!
Let’s Break It Down: Hong Kong & Macau ‘City or Country’ Debacle Explained in Stick Figure Video
April 14th 2014: Do you know why Macau and Hong Kong are kind of China but kind of not? YouTube channel CGP Grey breakdown the confusing subject with an funny quick-fire video illustrated by the humble stick figure.
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Lawless Labyrinth or Close Community? Short Documentary Delves into the Heart of the Kowloon Walled City
April 7th 2014: The Kowloon Walled City is remembered as one of Hong Kong’s most famous landmarks and one of the world’s greatest oddities. Twenty years after its demolition, the Wall Street Journal graces us with an eye-opening documentary.
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