Tag Archives: Manchu China

THE BEST OF THE BEST: PART OF THE HKIR MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk BEST DIM SUM Ding Dim 1968 (Shop No.A, 14D Elgin Street, Soho, Central) Why: Authentic, creative and incredible variety Being Dim Sum City, what qualifies for the “best” is extremely subjective. Longtime Hong Kong Belongers won’t … Continue reading

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WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO IN HONG KONG: OUR GUIDE TO GETTING THE MOST OUT OF 2016 LONGINES #HKIR WEEK (PART 5)

Some like it hot, some like it hotter, and some years ago, the most popular restaurant for spicy Sichuan cuisine was the Red Pepper in Causeway Bay. It was certainly a favourite with those over for the International Races as … Continue reading

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THE HKIR ISSUE – PART 2

By Hans Ebert Mott 32 (Chinese) The food is brilliant. The interior design is spectacular. Basement, Standard Chartered Bank Building, 4-4A Des Voeux Road Central, Central Nicholini’s (Italian)

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MICHELLE PAYNE AND THE HKIR ISSUE – PART 1

By Hans Ebert It’s time… Of course, everyone has ideas to make anything better, and that’s a good thing. It shows interest to try and bring something extra to the table. Quite a number of people, for example, feel that … Continue reading

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THE VISITORS GUIDE TO GETTING THE MOST OUT OF HKIR WEEK (PART TWO)

The migration process has begun. Actually, migration is constant as it’s all about change, and there’s no stopping change in Hong Kong. For example, for years, the place to meet during HKIR week was the Champagne Bar at the Grand … Continue reading

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