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New Saturday Sessions At Zuma: Cocktails, Japanese Food, & A DJ

Zuma is a well-known restaurant chain found in various large cities throughout the world, so it’s no surprise that Zuma hosts one of the most popular Sunday brunches in Hong Kong. Thankfully,┬ástarting November 14, Zuma is launching their Saturday Sessions; a different take on their Sunday brunch with an emphasis on cocktails and sharing platters. Only $450 HKD for 2.5 hours, where you can sip on an array of drinks and eat a satisfying amount of Japanese food while listening to Zuma’s in-house DJ spin some awesome beats.

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Hong Kong Flag Raising At The Golden Bauhinia Square

I have been wanting to see the Flag Raising Ceremony at The Golden Bauhinia Square for quite some time, but with an early 7:45 am start, I found it difficult to crawl out of bed and head over to Wan Chai. However, everything seemed to align this past Sunday morning as I had an early night on Saturday and vowed to haul myself out of bed (which is becoming increasingly difficult to do with this cold weather) to watch the “enhanced” ceremony.

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Silvermine Bay Music Festival, Lantau Island

Earlier on this month Lantau Island held a weekend-long festival called Silvermine Bay Music Festival on Silvermine Beach (located right beside the ferry pier). You really have to hand it to Hong Kong for being able to put something like this on; with the initial support and minds of a local group of Mui Wo friends whose passion for music brought them together to organize this yearly event, it has since grown in popularity and scale.

Here’s the lowdown: On October 11, 12, and 13, Lantau Island saw a tonne of local and international performers and music lovers flock to Silvermine Beach for the day or night (or both!) to enjoy some street-eats, a few drinks, and some live music.

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Wrapping Up 2012 In Hong Kong

The students are crazy; antsy in their seats, buzzing around with anticipation for the break to begin. The teachers might be more crazy; with last minute marking to finish, getting packed and ready for our vacations, and in desperate need of some rest and relaxation. It’s the period right before winter break, and we all just want to head out for the holidays and leave school and work behind for a few weeks.

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