A 38-year-old bookstore in North Point is a home to decades-old books and more than 30 homeless cats.
Green Ladies is Hong Kong’s first consignment store – collecting and reselling unwanted fashion to reduce waste.
An interactive game speeds you through life and into a coffin, all so you can reflect on the present.
A space in Sheung Shui hosts workshops for people who want to ditch city life for a while and get hands on with nature by making pottery from actual soil.
Put a laser gun in your hands and enter the world of your favourite science-fiction movies by playing laser tag at Lasermads.
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.
A lot of people watch trailers, read reviews, and go into a movie with a clear idea of what to expect. Secret Movie will sell you tickets, but you won't know where the movie is being shown until they complete a series of tasks intended to make the moviegoing experience new again.
Hong Kong is a city where development constantly changes the physical landscape and where fashions quickly come and go. But Hongkongers are a nostalgic lot. Now, in the heart of our city, there is a restaurant re-creating the demolished Lai Yuen Amusement Park.
Discover where the nearest public water fountain or dispenser is and do away with the need to buy expensive bottled water or add to Hong Kong's straining landfills by downloading the Water for Free mobile app.
Want to impress your loved ones with beautiful hand-made greeting cards? Try making an impression with letterpress printing.