How To Celebrate in Hong Kong

Paper dragons being hoisted into the air on New Year's Day in Tsim Sha Tsui. (SH)

Paper dragons being hoisted into the air on New Year’s Day in Tsim Sha Tsui. (Photo: SH)

By Solaire Hauser

HONG KONG – On the Southern edge of China is a peninsula, and directly underneath it are two bigger islands that stretch out into the South China Sea. These scrapes of land make up Hong Kong, or – as it is more correctly referred to – the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR).

In an article published on GoAbroad.com, you can read more about typical Chinese as well as Western festivals and how they are celebrated in the city that is currently the global trailblazer when it comes to breaking the “The sky is the limit” barrier in architecture.

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