Complete nudity in public is outlawed in Hong Kong but local nudists have been quietly sun-bathing in the more remote beaches of the territory. For them, nudism is about getting back to basics, being closer to nature and finding a refuge from the superficiality of modern city life.
Meet a group of young artists, designers and art-lovers who believe art should be down with the people. Hong Kong's Street Art Movement aims to move art from the rarified world of high-end galleries and into the streets.
Why buy when you can trade? That's the question asked by some young Hong Kongers who are staging barter events so people can dispose of their unwanted items without creating waste. Varsity discovers that more and more young people in Hong Kong are taking part in these cash-less transactions.
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practise with a very contemporary following. And you don't have to be a professional to use feng shui principles to try to turn your life around in a better direction. Varsity meets the feng shui hobbyists.
Age is no barrier to making music for Hong Kong's "Dad Bands".
Hear the real-life stories of living 'books' at Hong Kong's Human Library events.
Outdoor treasure-hunting has never been as fun or as hi-tech. Geocaching takes treasure hunters around the world as they search for hidden containers using smartphones and GPS devices.
Just as Hong Kong parents sign up for parenting classes, pet-owners have been signing up for pampering classes. There they learn how to shear, trim, clip and brush their pets. The craze for pet grooming has spawned an thriving pet spa industry but some animal welfare experts question whether the pets really enjoy their treatments.
Attracted by routes that take them through city centres and past scenic sights, more and more Hong Kong runners are participating in overseas marathons.
What does it take to become a vegan and how easy is it to be a vegan in Hong Kong?