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Hong Kong under an umbrella of uncertainty

Hong Kong under an umbrella of uncertainty

Marc Atchison visits Hong Kong and discovers Asia's once happiest city is a sad place after months of violent protests,
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Acting koi when visiting Hong Kong

Acting koi when visiting Hong Kong

Marc Atchison ventures into the belly of Kowloon and comes upon a street dedicated to goldfish.
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Magical Macau is a good bet

Magical Macau is a good bet

Gilly Pickup is dazzled by Macau's glittering skyline but finds the city's Old Quarter, with its traditional homes and temples, to be its most fascinating side.
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Bridging the gap between Hong Kong and Macau

Bridging the gap between Hong Kong and Macau

Marc Atchison gets to cross from Hong Kong to Macau on the new $20 billion (U.S.) Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, a project some are calling the newest man-made wonder of the world.
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Chinese opera takes centre stage in Kowloon

Chinese opera takes centre stage in Kowloon

HONG KONG — The adage “what’s old is new again” certainly applies to this mega metropolis that is constantly evolving — old districts are rejuvenated with new projects to keep up with growing demands. Case in point: West Kowloon.
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Reaching the Peak of perfection in Hong Kong

Reaching the Peak of perfection in Hong Kong

HONG KONG - Victoria Peak is the hottest tourist attraction in Hong Kong but it offers so much more than just a great view.
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Writing's on the wall for Hong Kong artists

Writing's on the wall for Hong Kong artists

HONG KONG — Artists in Asia’s most colourful city have taken to the streets and are painting the town red — and blue and purple and every colour of the rainbow. And by doing so, they’ve unwittingly created the world’s largest and most interesting outdoor art museum.
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Tai Oh! Fishing village brings back memories

Tai Oh! Fishing village brings back memories

TAI O, HONG KONG — As the ferry to Lantau Island glides across Hong Kong Harbour’s choppy surf, I look out from my seat at the city’s congested vertical skyline and try to imagine what this Goliath of modern cities would have looked like back when it was just a humble fishing village.
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'Man' who taught Bruce Lee a living legend

'Man' who taught Bruce Lee a living legend

FOSHAN, CHINA - Long before there was a martial arts actor named Bruce Lee, there was a martial arts master called Ip Man.
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Hong Kong's Ocean Park gets New Lease on Life

Hong Kong's Ocean Park gets New Lease on Life

HONG KONG - Long before there was Hong Kong Disney, there was Ocean Park Hong Kong, a local theme park where many who grew up in this former British colony spent their youth. Then, when the glitzy Hong Kong Disney opened in 2010, Ocean Park was almost forgotten.
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