Lasermads laser tag Hong Kong

The Sci-fi War

Put a laser gun in your hands and enter the world of your favourite science-fiction movies by playing laser tag at Lasermads.

A Dying Art

Cheung Shun-king is one of the last of his kind in Hong Kong - a third generation hand-engraver of mahjong tiles.

Silver-hair service

Gingko House, a social enterprise promoting senior employment, fulfills the seniors' hopes of a fruitful work life after retirement. Enjoy the unique “5-star delicacies, 5-star service” at Gingko House.

Snap, Scoop, Sell

In an age where media consumers are also media producers, Scoopshot is a mobile app that allows amateur photographers to share their smartphone photos with the world, and get paid for it. With this crowdsourcing platform, anyone can be a published photojournalist.

Plant a Pencil

Instead of chewing your pencil tops, or throwing the useless stubs away, plant them and reap a harvest of edible plants such as basil, parsley and even tomatoes. Varsity shows you how with Sprout, a pencil with a seed capsule.

Spend a purr-fect afternoon reading with cats

A 38-year-old bookstore in North Point is a home to decades-old books and more than 30 homeless cats.

Colour Your Workout

A new fitness training concept does its best to take your mind off the fact that you’re exercising.
Hide and Seek tour; Hong Kong history; heritage tours - Varsity's Choice

Forgotten Memories

Hong Kong's heritage, like walled villages and old markets, can't stay forever, so a group of young people are leading tours to share these overlooked stories with the public while they still can.

Fast forward through Life

An interactive game speeds you through life and into a coffin, all so you can reflect on the present.

Step in Their Shoes This Christmas

Understand the life of disadvantaged and dispossessed by living them - for 60 minutes Reporter: Liz Yuen What does Christmas mean to you? Perhaps it is...

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Too Many International School Places

It is a misconception that Hong Kong doesn’t have enough international school places. In fact, there are too many, says Ruth Benny from Top Schools.

Eating with Caution

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With 8 per cent of Hong Kong children suffering from allergies, many parents avoid giving their kids many types of food. Varsity explores why this may not be a good measure and how some allergy tests available in the market are actually useless.

Telling Hong Kong’s Story

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The mainland Chinese government is in charge of Hong Kong's foreign affairs, but some Hongkongers think their views are not being represented and have taken on "civic diplomacy" to tell the world about Hong Kong, through organising city tours, as well as musical performances and protests abroad.