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  1. Best gift to Wow your staff this Christmas

    HBest gift to Wow your staff this Christmas

    Are you looking for a way to wow your staff members this Christmas? The holidays are right around the corner, and it’s nearly time to begin shopping for those you see at work each day. Don’t wait for the last minute to buy those holiday gifts! This helpful gift guide ...

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  2. Christmas Gift Guide 2015

    HChristmas Gift Guide 2015

    Before you can relax on Christmas morning, you must likely spend hours on end shopping for that perfect gift to make a loved one smile. There is no need to be stumped this year, especially when you have so many excellent gifts at your fingertips. Hong Kong’s Most Popular Christmas ...

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  3. The 5 Best Christmas Buffets in Hong Kong

    HThe 5 Best Christmas Buffets in Hong Kong

    Celebrating Christmas with a delicious meal is exciting, but the fun is often lost when you have to make the meal yourself. There really is no need to cook a feast in your own kitchen when you can visit a Hong Kong buffet for a mouthwatering lunch or dinner — ...

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  4. The 5 Tastiest Mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival

    HThe 5 Tastiest Mooncakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival

    The Mid-Autumn festival is a celebration of harvest, often celebrated throughout China and Vietnam. This time of celebration is considered very important and often involves spending time with family members and friends. Gathering, giving thanks and praying are all common activities, though many also decorate with lanterns or look at ...

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  5. Press Release: B2B Gifting Is Booming In Hong Kong: Mid-Autumn Edition

    HPress Release: B2B Gifting Is Booming In Hong Kong: Mid-Autumn Edition

    Hong Kong – 17 Aug, 2015 – Gift Hampers HK, Hong Kong’s premium hamper specialist is experiencing a boom in seasonal B2B gifting. With Mid-Autumn Festival less than two months away, the company has recently launched over 70 styles of Mid-Autumn Hampers that range from $399 up to HK$9,888 and ...

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  6. How much do you know about Fruit Market?

    HHow much do you know about Fruit Market?

    As the Yau Ma Tei Wholesale Fruit Market celebrates more than 100 years of service, Hong Kong residents flock to the stalls for a taste of delicious fruit, fresh and ready for purchase. Today, this is the oldest fruit market in the city. Since its founding in 1913, the fruit ...

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  7. 2015 Mid-Autumn Collection Launched

    H2015 Mid-Autumn Collection Launched

    The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Chinese Moon Festival, is a traditional holiday held on September 27th this year. The two-day celebration is the second most important festival for the region, inspiring travel to meet up with family and gift giving. The moon, a symbol of peace and prosperity, ...

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  8. Choosing the Perfect Wine

    HChoosing the Perfect Wine

    Wine is more than a beverage to some; it can actually be a hobby. There is a lot to learn about wine. In fact, some newbies to the wine community might find it intimidating to attend a wine tasting. Once you learn a bit more about how to taste and ...

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  9. Father’s Day Gift Ideas

    HFather’s Day Gift Ideas

    Have you celebrated your dad recently? This year, much of the world will be celebrating Father’s Day on June 21st, always on the third Sunday of the month. Though it is not a celebrated public holiday, many still do something special to commemorate the day. From spending time with Dad ...

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  10. How do you plan on celebrating the Dragon Boat Festival this year?

    HHow do you plan on celebrating the Dragon Boat Festival this year?

    Dragon Boat Festival This year, the Dragon Boat Festival is held on June 20th. Also known as the Tueng Ng Festival or Duanwu Festival, this celebration is historical and colorful. The festival is held on the fifth day of the traditional lunar calendar’s fifth month each year. Hong Kong has ...

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