National Geographic: Hong Kong’s Dazzling Fire Dragon Dance

Every year this neighborhood comes alive with thumping drums, swirling incense, and a 67-foot-long dancing dragon. By Kate Springer Hong Kong’s tiny Tai Hang district is usually one of the city’s quietest quarters. But every year during Mid-Autumn Festival—a mythological holiday celebrating the moon and harvest—the neighborhood comes alive with thumping drums, swirling incense, and a… Read More

Hong Kong Blog

“You can leave Hong Kong, but it will never leave you.” Bury Vittachi The Fragrant Habour, home to more than 7 million, is simply the greatest city I’ve ever experienced. It’s an international city in every sense of the word. Ruled by Japan, Britain, China, it’s now almost but not quite a city-state of its… Read More