How Hong Kong beat coronavirus and avoided lockdown?

Hong Kong had all the hallmarks of a COVID-19 catastrophe. It’s one of the world’s most densely populated cities, just a stone’s throw away from mainland China where the virus first emerged. So, it’s truly impressive that the city-state has managed to beat the coronavirus and avoid stringent lockdowns. Out of a population of 7.5 …

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5 facts you probably didn’t know about the dragon boat races

of June this year, or on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. While there is a legend behind the dragon boat celebration, not many westerners know that the fifth lunar month is considered an unlucky month in Chinese culture. Therefore, even before the dragon boat festival, there were certain rituals that took place …

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Key considerations when choosing a group health insurance plan for SMEs

For a lot of small to medium size enterprises (SMEs), resources are limited and need to be spent wisely. While it may be tempting to skip employee benefits, such as group health insurance plans, firms that go above and beyond to make their employees feel valued are the ones that thrive in the long run. …

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How to raise happy and healthy kids in Hong Kong

1st of June marks International Children’s Day around the world. As parents, we want to keep our kids happy and healthy and protect them from all dangers in the world, especially now, in times of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. With schools in Hong Kong reopening, the everyday “normal” will be disrupted for some time, however, …

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