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Claude Monet at the Sha Tin Heritage Museum

Water lilies in Sha Tin? Sounds unlikely – well, not really. They are in Sha Tin, albeit only for a short amount of time, until July 11, 2016. 490 more words

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Revisited: Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Sha Tin

It has been almost five years since I’ve last visited the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, so it was due for a revisit. This time, I took Lina along and therefore I decided to walk up in cool January rather than humid April (like last time). 553 more words

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Review: The Alchemist Mail Cafe

After visiting the beautiful “Wearable Blessings” exhibition we were about to leave the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, when we noticed that the usual grim-looking cafe with very limited food selection had changed. 427 more words

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Exhibition: Wearable blessings at the HK Heritage Museum in Sha Tin

I am always surprised that there are some really good current exhibitions that are often overlooked. One of them is the ‘Wearable Blessings’ exhibition at the… 569 more words

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Tai Po Waterfront Park

Our main reason to visit Tai Po was to explore the Tai Po Waterfront Park. I became curious about this park after seeing images of the spiral lookout point and reading many nice things about this park on several blogs, including Rachel’s blog… 341 more words

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Man Mo Temple in Tai Po

After the visit to the Hong Kong Railway Museum I walked over to the waterfront park – and on the way to the park, I passed an interesting temple, a Man Mo Temple. 104 more words

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Hong Kong Railway Museum in Tai Po

Tai Po is an area that I hadn’t explored much. It was long overdue! After reading this book about Hong Kong for kids, I decided to travel to Tai Po. 190 more words

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