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island6 is an artist-founded, artist-run "art first" organization founded and based in Shanghai with a Hong Kong branch in the Sheung Wan neighborhood.
island6 is an artist-founded, artist-run "art first" not-for-profit organization founded and based in Shanghai with a Hong Kong branch in the hip Sheung Wan neighborhood. island6 is devoted to displaying the cutting-edge, multimedia artwork of the Liu Dao art collective.
Moriemusic posted how to delete post? on the Hong Kong forum:
Does anyone know how to delete a post?
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10 Tips for Living in Hong Kong by Betsy Burlingame
Expat ArticlesArticle Summary: Despite the crowds and high cost of living, Hong Kong lures expats from around the globe. Members in Hong Kong offer advice about where to live, international schools, meeting others in Hong Kong and more. (Continue)
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Another tips is to hire a self storage unit. Apartment in Hong Kong are so there are next to no storage space. You are going to free us plenty of space when you use a Hongkong Storage
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Only advise I have for expats considering Hong Kong is: Don't.
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melissawang posted UFC Fight Night Macao 03/01/2014 on the Hong Kong forum:
On March 1st, The Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Cotai Arena at The Venetian in Macau, China, with The Ultimate Fighter: China Finale, headlined by the five-round main event of Welterweights Dong Hyun ‘Stungun’ Kim and John ‘The Hitman’ Hathaway. Tickets can be booked online at www.CotaiTicketing.com, or by phone at +853 2882 8818 (Macao) / +852 6333 6660 (HK) / 4001 206 618 (China). Ticket price ranging from RMB 3700 (Gold section) , RMB2062 ( Silver section) to RMB 1360 ( A ), RMB736 ( B ), RMB502 ( C ), RMB346 ( D ) and RMB268 ( E ).
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whiteswan posted Getting Married in Hongkong on the Hong Kong forum:
We are planning to get married in Hongkong this coming November 2014. My girlfriend is working in Taiwan and Im currently working here in the Philippines. We are both Filipino citizen. The reason why we are planning to get married in HK was due to I was married to Korean (girl) citizen 17 years ago, and she left me in the Phils and did not come back. My problem is that there's no divorce law in the Phils & also, my ex wife left me already 17 yrs ago. However, our marriage (with Korean ex wife) still listed & existed in Phil NSO since we got married here in the Phils. Kindly advise if its possible to get married in Hongkong? What are the requirements? Do we need to stay in Hongkong for HK ID to get married there? Thanks a lot!
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Moriemusic replied to the thread Choosing a pre-school for my son on the Hong Kong forum:
tonyduke initially posted:
Dear all I have just came to hong kong from canada. I have been struggling to choose a pre school for my three-years-old son as he doesn't speak or read any chinese. would you please suggest any reputable pre school in hong kong. i live in the chai wan area. thanks
Moriemusic replied most recently with:
Sorry I'm new to hear but the woman I gave you really knows the area well so you'd be in better hands if you contact her.
tonyduke replied most recently with:
Thank you for your reply. I appreciate it. I have gone to couple international schools in tai tam so far. these are tutor time, etonhouse and woodland. have you ever heard of them? If you do, any comments? Thanks in advance.
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Service apartments give you more space, more privacy and at a cheaper rate, available from one night to one year.
Professional mature, friendly, music teacher and musician needing a furnished rental by April in good location. Clean, safe and issue free and reasonably quiet. Must have its own bathroom. Please contact via email Brenda.t.morie@gmail.com
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tonyduke posted Choosing a pre-school in hong kong on the Hong Kong forum:
Dear all I have just came to hong kong from canada. I have been struggling to choose a pre school for my three-years-old son as he doesn't speak or read any chinese. would you please suggest any reputable pre school in hong kong. i live in the chai wan area. thanks
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