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18.5.21 | Livestream the Lunar Eclipse!
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It’s official, the travel bubble with Singapore has been burst yet again. Since Singapore tightened its pandemic measures, HK officials will provide an update on the travel agreement on 13 June.
Jimmy Lai and nine other pro-democracy activists have pleaded guilty to their involvement in a mass protest on China’s 2019 National Day. They were charged for organising while others were charged for inciting others to participate in the island-side march on 1 October.
Careful with your colours! Over half of children’s art supplies were shown to produce toxic metal substances. These chemicals can cause adverse effects like vomiting, diarrhoea, or in severe cases, chronic disease.
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StartmeupHK Festival has released its 2021 lineup, where the various panel discussions, conferences, and other interactive virtual events will “support, showcase and connect Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem to the world, and attract innovative companies to its shores.”
Preloved boutique Redress held its grand opening weekend in Sham Shui Po, which featured complimentary styling sessions with celebrity stylist Cheryl Yam. The shop also held a photo contest for those who bought a piece at the opening – tap on the post above to see the winning photo by Luna Koon! You can see the other contest participant’s submissions by scrolling through the tag #78Apliu on Instagram.
Disclosure: Luna was present as a photographer for Harbour Times during the grand opening weekend of Redress. She did not enter as a representative. Judging was done by ReDress staff without consulting any Harbour Times staff.
You can watch the lunar eclipse in Hong Kong thanks to the HK Space Museum’s live stream from 7-9 PM on 26 May.
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