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 Precious Jasmines

— a Hong Kong living and photo blog. Hong Kong can not be more beautiful or seductive through the photos by this interior designer.




 As I See It

— a curious blog to the natives. The blogger, Jason Y. Ng, is media savvy. Those who know Hong Kong well would generally have a different opinion on this blog than the others. Go see how he and his group see Hong Kong.


 Not The South China Morning Post

— a satirical blog by a quirky British expat. This blog actually have a few things in common with Hong Kong's English-language newspaper, The South China Morning Post. How funny it is depending on who you are.




 Taking Hong Kong

— sprightly and insightful. This Irish young lady has a gift of gab.


 Webb - Site

— a Hong Kong finance blog by David M. Webb. This blog offers a wealth of information and data on Hong Kong's investment industry. Mr. Webb is a self-proclaimed activist.
 Maximum City Madam

— this British expat lady's writing is breezy and taut. Once she penned a popular blog on Mumbai; now she writes about Hong Kong.
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As I See It     - by Jason Y. Ng

      Hong Kong Blogs Review believes in and advocates inclusion. This blog, "AS I SEE IT", had changed since our initial review. In a way, it now resembles a private fan club. Almost exclusively, the comments in the blog are by a dozen-or-so regular readers in the blogger Jason Y. Ng's social circle, writing in the same type of English. These regulars sing the same praises. The wonderful diversity and objectivity of the readers' comments this blog once had are now all but gone. Inclusive is not an adjective that the reviewer can use to describe "AS I SEE IT".

      To put things in proper perspective, don't expect to hear the HK Chinese natives bare their souls in "AS I SEE IT". This is not the kind of blogs that the everyday Hongkongers would normally read and post their comments on the affairs of their home city. In truth, this blog caters namely to a small niche market. And its target audience amounts to a meager percentage of Hong Kong's population and certain small segment of Westerners overseas.

      It is not what Jason Y. Ng said about Hong Kong, but what he does not tell you about the particulars of his group that makes his blog noteworthy — some would call it misleading or disingenuous. There is no high-minded rhetoric or anything remotely close to it from those regular readers. Jason Y. Ng's group is a cynical lot. They live in a different social milieu from the average mainstream Hongkongers; it is plainly evident by the tenor of their comments.

      Hong Kong culturally is unlike any Western cities. Outside of the blogger's community, Chinese culture and tradition run deep to this city's core. In manner and in tone, conversing in an elite language that the Cantonese-speaking natives do not use in their personal lives and carrying an overwhelming air of "Western-ness", Jason Y. Ng's group is not generally the type of people that the natives can resonate or identify with.  However, if you are Western enough to connect with the group, go read the blog and experience Jason Y. Ng's world in Hong Kong.

      To us outsiders, "AS I SEE IT" is a curious read. When you take a deeper look at his group's world beneath the upper layer, what you see may not be the same as it appears on the mere surface.

      Upon reading Jason Y. Ng's blog, one overriding question:  who are these people hanging out in his blog, speaking a non-native language among themselves that 94 percent of Hong Kong's population does not normally use for talking about politics, love, and other matters of the heart?

Taking Hong Kong


    Aoife Mackenzie showers Hong Kong with praises in her HK blog, TAKING HONG KONG. The blogger, an expat from a small city in Ireland, lived in London for a time before moving to Hong Kong. She pens a spirited, informative blog, chronicling her expat life in a city she favors over all the others she has lived in. How does she love her home away from Ireland? Aoife counts her ways regularly in TAKING HONG KONG. Through her blog posts, she explains the reasons for her likings articulately and often thoroughly with thoughtful insights.

    In her blog, Aoife plays many roles; some of them are tour guide, career adviser, expat counselor, urbane living and social critic, and so forth. The blogger is perceptive, sensible, clever, and true to her Irish roots -- she has a wonderful gift of gab. Peppering with colorful Irish expressions, Aoife tells her stories colloquially in fast-moving sentences; she engages her readers in an array of blithesome chitchats and lighthearted comments.

    This blog has a delightful positive vibe and is pleasurable to read. Aoife is no Oscar Wilde. Though not as flamboyant or outrageous as her famous fellow countryman, Aoife can be witty and write some "mean" sentences -- as she would put it.

    Go read the blog and find out what the allure is of this city to Aoife Mackenzie and have fun reading it at the same time.

    Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends TAKING HONG KONG highly.


Bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong
The blogger wrote:

    " The blog is called "Bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong" and is a mix of sightseeing tips, restaurant reviews, general thoughts about life in Hong Kong and a few travel tips from visits to other places in Asia and America. "

From the introduction of the blog:

    " This blog is about Bluebalu living in Hong Kong and travelling through Asia and America. Bluebalu moved to Hong Kong in January 2011 and works at a global PR agency, coordinating international accounts. When Bluebalu is not working, Bluebalu is eating, reading, taking photos or blogging here. "


    This blog, BLUEBALU: LIVING IN HONG KONG, is warm and fuzzy. It is an excellent place to read about what is going on in Hong Kong and other topics the blogger mentioned above while you relax in a cozy spot over a cup of hot tea or good coffee. The blogger is low-key and level-headed; she writes simply and leisurely --- delightfully mellow and unhurried.


    In her blog, the blogger shows keen perception and warmth. At the same time, through her writing, Hong Kong becomes more comprehensible and less of a paradox to some of her readers who are unfamiliar with this dynamic city of many contrasts. BLUEBALU is one marvelous, congenial Hong Kong blog.

    Unwind and take it slow. Go read this blog and enjoy your every sip, Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends BLUEBALU: LIVING IN HONG KONG highly.




Wine Geese in Flight

      Geese are migratory birds. From reading this blog, the blogger is conspicuously a wine lover. He refers to himself and his wife as Mr. & Mrs. Red-Head. However, he discloses that no one in his immediate family has a head of red hair. The term, Red-Head, is used to denote his preference for red wine. Like migratory birds, this wine lover and his family are periodically relocating themselves from one place to another. Hence, he playfully calls himself a "displaced Irishman" and his expat living way of life "displaced living".

      Currently, the blogger and his family are displaced in Hong Kong. He travels frequently and extensively around mainland China and the Asia region. This blog, WINE GEESE IN FLIGHT, is one of the most entertaining and delightful blogs the reviewer has read in years. Curious about the diverse social and political environments he regularly traveling to in Asia, the blogger is keenly observant. Witty and sometimes satirical, he speaks his mind on a variety of issues and topics, including indigenous cultures, local social norms, mainland Chinese, expat living, and his present temporary nest — Hong Kong, etc. And of course, wine, a subject undoubtedly dear to his heart, somehow finds its way into almost every one of his blog posts.

      Mr. Red-Head writes with flair, humor and charm. He duly calls his 7-year-old son Red-Head Junior. Nonetheless, it's unknown to the reviewer if, in fact, Red-Head Junior shares his father's fondness for red wine. Also unknown is whether the blogger's fine writing has been enhanced by sipping a few glasses of fine wine.

      With or without the help of wine, in the reviewer's opinion, the blogger pens one captivating, informative blog on the enjoyment of wine and one of the most fascinating cities on earth. Read this blog and take an adventurous flight to the wine country or wherever this family of "geese" may land.

      Hong Kong blogs review recommends WINE GEESE IN FLIGHT highly.


Check Out Hong Kong


    Like the plot and characters in a mystery novel, many things in this blog, CHECK OUT HONG KONG, are not what they seem. As the mystery unfolds, at times, the blogger acts slick, rough and tough, talking as if she is a man-about-town. Her English is unmistakeably of a North American big-city native but at the same time, she knows HK like she has lived in this city all her life. She can be feminine and flirtatious but often writes in the vernacular of an American ghetto resident. She dresses and looks like a teenager, however, she mentioned an ex-husband and is probably old enough to be the mother of an early teen.

    The blogger reveals nothing directly or explicitly about her background; there is no self-introduction or "About Me" in this blog. But because of her openness and talkative nature, you can learn plenty about the blogger's personal life from reading her posts.

    Whether the blogger is writing about food, music, shopping, fashion, culture, art or other topics pertaining to HK, she knows her subject matter amazingly well. She is a particularly remarkable food blogger. Her stories are all told in a voice of a rebellious, aggressive, rambunctious, street-smart youngster with a generous dose of four-letter words for effect.

    Apparently, the blogger has lived in many places around the world. Among them are Florence, Manila, Canada, Taiwan, and of course, Hong Kong. Judging by the way she writes, she likely has spent a part of her life living in the US. The blogger is tattooed, rollicking, artistic, and a pleasure seeker. And there is more.....

    As the plot thickens, go read the blog, but only if you're open-minded and extra liberal in your thinking. You've been forewarned. A portion of this blog is devoted to food blogging, it is exceptionally informative and well-written. Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends CHECK OUT HONG KONG, however, not to everyone.

Hong Kong Media Review
The blogger wrote:

          " I translate extracts/gists from Hong Kong's Chinese language media, focussing on opinion/analysis, with the aim of giving non-Chinese readers an insight into current hot topics as debated by Chinese commentators. I cover issues related to Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese politics ... "


          The so-called "political junkies" would love this China and Hong Kong politics blog, HONG KONG MEDIA REVIEW. The blogger, a self-proclaimed "China watcher", is informative and inquisitive with an open mind. On the other hand, insipid at times and monotonous at places, this blog tests the patience of the apolitical.

          In the HK blogosphere, a blog focused on Hong Kong and mainland politics by an expat is by no means unique. However, the fact that the blogger is female and not Chinese-illiterate makes HONG KONG MEDIA REVIEW unparalleled and atypical among its peers. It is rare to see an expat blogger who possesses -- not merely superficially -- the uncommon skill of understanding the natives' language.


          This blog has a treasure trove of information for the "China watchers". HONG KONG MEDIA REVIEW is not meant to be read for entertainment or pleasure. That is unless, of course, you enjoy watching the seamy side of other people's politics.

          From reading this blog, the reviewer finds the blogger knowledgeable about China's extensive history and her distinct culture. For those who like to see what is beyond the surface and the underbelly of China's national and local politics, HONG KONG MEDIA REVIEW offers a compelling read.

          Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends HONG KONG MEDIA REVIEW to its intended audience. This blog is a candy store for the serious political blog readers.








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Baoman's  Blog

        In this HK blog, BAOMAN'S BLOG, the blogger, Bill Proudfit, writes about his expat life living in Hong Kong — now in Macau — and spends much of his time talking about a management system called "Knowledge Management".

        BAOMAN'S BLOG is a sort of business, HK and Chinese politics, and expat living blog. Mr. Proudfit writes with authority and self-confidence without being overbearing. For all his seriousness, he has a certain charm.

        The blogger, a long-time resident of HK, is civic-minded. The writing in this blog shows he has a keen interest in the public affairs of HK's larger community outside of his expat circle; he is active in several local organizations — socially, he does not function only in an expat bubble. As far as we can tell from reading BAOMAN'S BLOG, Mr. Proudfit is knowledgeable about this city and its neighboring countries. He understands the Asian culture well. Gentle in his criticism, he is respectful to the culture he chooses to live in.

        All things considered, Hong Kong Blogs review recommends this HK blog, BAOMAN'S BLOG, to those who are interested in expat life, HK politics, international business, and Asia in general, or perhaps, the "Knowledge Management" system — not that we have a good idea of what that is.


e-tingfood


        The blogger, Janice Leung, is a well-known HK food blogger and critic. Her blog, e-tingfood, has a loyal following. If I could only use one word to describe this HK food blog, I would call it comprehensive. This blog has something in it for every food lover of almost every taste.

        The photos of the food featured in e-tingfood are stunning. Ms. Leung's prose is chirpy and expressive. She has a fun-loving, self-deprecating sense of humor. Don't let all those mystifying, self-invented, "Internet-ish" words in her blog fool you, she actually knows the language well and her syntax is consistent with the native speaker of English. This outstanding food blogger's animated and flavorful writing style is particularly well-suited for food critiquing.

        e-tingfood is one impressive HK food blog enlivened by some of the best food blog writing I've read. To taste the food showcased in this blog, Ms. Leung would even tell you where to go, with addresses and directions included for those hard and not-so-hard to find places.

        Hong Kong Blogs Review highly recommends e-tingfood; go read Janice Leung's HK food blog and enjoy.



Style Is an Inspiration of ...


        This Hong Kong blog is by a quintessential Westernized HK young lady, Veronica Li. In her blog, she doesn't merely write about fashion. Beside updating the latest fashion news in HK and elsewhere, Veronica also advises her readers on the latest styling trends; what is hot; what to wear or not to wear for a variety of occasions, settings, and body types and so forth.

        The blogger is bubbly and enthusiastic about her beloved subject -- fashion. This blog, STYLE IS AN INSPIRATION OF PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE, is well-written; it has universal appeal. Undoubtedly, many items in this blog are hot topics that its fashion-blog-reading audience anywhere can relate to and resonate with. In this ever increasingly interconnected world we live in, fashion has become an international language for the trendy set.

        At places, this HK fashion blog retains certain unique HK characteristics, it charmingly adds on a colorful local flavor to the blog for viewers outside of HK. Veronica's cheery writing style and extraordinary sparkling personality makes the blog stand out in the crowd. This blog is a pleasure to read.

        Hong Kong Blogs Review highly recommends Veronica Li's fashion bog, STYLE IS AN INSPIRATION OF PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Go read her blog, follow her advice, you may turn out to be one of the most fashionable persons walking on the planet.


Being Dutch in Asia
Poetry...


    As the saying goes, "birds of a feather flock together", we — all our reviewers — are lovers of poetry. Not only that, one of us is a published Hong Kong poet. Despite obscurity, you can find our resident poet's poetry, of all places, at Dymocks (not in its best-sellers section).

    We found this poem in a photograph recently.  Elizabeth Briel — a fine artist, travel-writer and photographer — took the picture of this poem written on a door; the poet who penned the poem is unknown.

    It is such a beautiful Hong Kong poem and Ms. Briel is a gifted photographer. We would like to share both the photo and poem with you.

    Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends Elizabeth Briel's blog highly.



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Madeline  Hope


          Life is not perfect. It is unfair; some people are luckier than others. In life, we do the best we can with what is dealt to us; we take the bad with the good. Something challenging happened to the blogger, an Australian living in HK, and her family, to their otherwise almost perfect lives. Despite the life-changing difficulties, the blogger faces the unexpected and unwanted change with acceptance, emotional maturity, and unwavering hope.

          Amidst the anguish, this Hong Kong blog, MADELINE HOPE, is about the gift of unconditional love and the indomitable human spirit. The blogger's abiding love for her child shows us that the noblest of love is unconditional. And the blogger's bountiful capacity for giving it inspires us all.

          Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends MADELINE HOPE; we are touched.



Land of No Cheese


    The blogger, Emilie, refers to Hong Kong as a "land of no cheese". In her way of describing this HK blog, LAND OF NO CHEESE, she wrote: "The connections I draw in this blog are my way of making sense of this chaotic, magical place".

      Of course, one can get anything that money can buy in this city, Hong Kong is not totally devoid of cheese, as Emilie later learned after she settled down in her new home and found her way to the cheese stores. The blogger didn't reveal the country of her origin, but judging by her spelling -- not much so by her contemporary writing style -- she is likely an expat from England.

      This is a photo blog and a place where the blogger shares her impressions and thoughts of her new home that she obviously enjoys exploring. The reviewers do not know if the blogger is proficient in Chinese, but the translations -- from Chinese to English -- appearing in this blog are excellent. Emilie is humorous and perceptive. Writing in her ultra-light, nimble prose, and through her photos, the blogger shows you the many sides of this chaotic city that is no less than magical to her.



Gillian Chu      


          Gillian Chu, the blogger of this outstanding HK fashion blog that bears her name, is a guest reviewer of Hong Kong Blogs Review. She has a flair for fashion; we are thrilled to have her aboard.

          Gillian Chu knows Hong Kong's cultural scene intimately. The blogger keeps close contact with HK's art and fashion communities; she is in-the-know. With "a drop of a hat", so to speak, she can tell you where all the good shows and exhibits are. Gillian Chu guides you to the hot social spots where you can feel the rhythm of the city and hear the talk-of-the-town.

          Filled with a host of exciting, informative stories, GILLIAN CHU is a place where you can find out the latest scoop in fashion. In this blog, she informs you of what is fashionable on the streets of Hong Kong as well as at the classy parties around town.

          Her blog, GILLIAN CHU - A HONG KONG BLOG, should be read by those who are interested in the artsy, softer side of this city where fashion reigns supreme.

          Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends GILLIAN CHU highly.


Expat Lingo     - by  Jennifer Brown
From the "About" section of the blog:

    " Observations of a serial expat now in Hong Kong. Four international moves and I still enjoy gawking at (and sometimes still being the cause of) cultural collisions. Join me in my search for both the absurd and the inspirational sides of expat life. There are always hard days (months!), but it's a hell of a ride and I feel lucky to have had the chance.

    Me: American (Seattle/Salt Lake City). Civic-minded, but also cynical, (non-practicing) lawyer. Have had the good fortune to live abroad in Zhuhai, China; Groningen, Netherlands; Cambridge, UK; and Hong Kong. In my former life, working for a good-hearted NGO, I spent time in India, Rwanda, Angola, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, China and Mexico. Once also roamed around the usual places as a curious, backpacked youth
"


    In a world overrun with the ordinary, this HK blog, EXPAT LINGO, is a rare find. The blogger, Jen Brown, packs a lot of zest, information, and cutting humor in her light prose. She observes, then perceptively comments on what she sees in her daily life. Stories in the news, the latest happenings in the region, are analyzed with a healthy dose of skepticism. Her prose is agile, spot-on, and often to-the-point.


    In EXPAT LINGO, the blogger, using her American lingo lightheartedly, chronicles her sojourn in what is now one of the most dynamic and exciting parts of the world. Some parts of the blog are playful; some are erudite. Unassumingly, throughout the blog, Jen Brown presents her readers a wealth of knowledge of the city, the country, and China's seemingly impenetrable culture with wit and uncommon insight. One of the most enjoyable features of this blog is its comics; it certainly would bring many readers a big smile if not a chuckle out loud.

    If you are interested in learning more about this neck of the woods, so to speak, or want to find out what it is like living in HK as an expat, EXPAT LINGO is definitely an excellent place to start exploring.

    Hong Kong Blogs Review highly recommends EXPAT LINGO.

    Go read EXPAT LINGO, get informed, and share a good laugh or two with Jen Brown.


Mr. & Mrs. Gillies


        The bloggers wrote:

        "We are two expats living in Hong Kong that don't quite live up to the usual "expat life". We used to write just for family and friends to keep tabs on our lives abroad but we started this blog because we found that most food blogs in Hong Kong focus on the high end of the spectrum.

        That's where we come in. We will write about those fancy places too, but we mostly write about the cheap eats and our home cooked meals.
"

        This cheery HK food blog, MR. & MRS. GILLIES, is simply but eloquently written. The wife-and-husband food blogging team's prose is crystal clear and rings a charming folksy tone.

        While a large number of HK food blogs concentrates on dishes in the menus of mid-priced to high-end restaurants, this blog pays attention to the less expensive eateries and their fares.

        The layout of MR. & MRS. GILLIES is well put together; it is unostentatious and eye-pleasingly elegant. The photos of the food the bloggers write about are artfully taken; they look as tasty as Mr. and Mrs. Gillies describe them to be. In case you want to rush out and try the food, the locations and contact information are helpfully provided in the blog.

        Hong Kong Blogs Review highly recommends MR. & MRS. GILLIES.  Who says good delicious food has to be pricey?







          To some, this blog is an easy read. All the posts are written in simple, short sentences. However, though the sentences may be simple, by no means are all of them clear and easy for everyone to understand.

          The expat blogger, Ellen Woodall, is from Texas, a US state known for its bewildering regional slang and colorful usage of the English language. In the blog, Ellen Woodall offers little detail or background information on the topics she writes about. Apparently, she does not like spending time for explanation. To fully enjoy and appreciate her blog, the readers need to know some basic facts about Hong Kong and how the Americans speak colloquially in their native tongue.

          If you can pass the blogger's Texas lingo, this HK blog, WITH PORK THROAT, is an interesting read. Ellen Woodall is humorous, gregarious, entertaining, and enchantingly off-beat. She looks at life in this city with a deeper perspective than her language on the mere surface suggests.

          Without knowing the exact meaning of "with pork throat", Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends WITH PORK THROAT.


Miss Fong in Hong Kong



        The blog, MISS FONG IN HONG KONG, like the blogger herself is breezy and whimsical. She has a charming devil-may-care sort of attitude. This HK blog is full of twists and turns -- you never know what Miss Fong will say nor where she will take you next.

        Miss Fong is Canadian-born; she has family tie in this city. The blogger landed here in Hong Kong after she lived in Amsterdam for a time. Now she is working in Central, HK's prime business district. Some of Miss Fong's wildest and most fascinating stories are told against the backdrop of the district or with the people working around the area as the focal point.

        MISS FONG IN HONG KONG is an amusing read. The blogger is an amazing storyteller. Her stories take place in Netherlands, Canada, and mostly, of course, around Hong Kong. Sometimes, Miss Fong's writing takes you to some place you may dare not go, and often, she tells you more than you really want to know.

        Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends MISS FONG IN HONG KONG highly. This blog will give you many belly-aching laughs and keep you coming back for more.



Through the Looking Glass


          The blogger, Rach Read was born in the UK. Not long thereafter, the family moved back to Hong Kong, her mother's hometown, where her parents met prior to her birth. Rach lived here until she was five then returned to England, her father's home country, for school and university. Soon after that, as she put it, " I found HK calling back to me ", Rach answered the call and is now living in her childhood home.

          This blog, THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, is a sort of multi-topic blog, including but not limited to the subjects of beauty, fashion, food, arts, movie and book reviews, and so on. The blogger, a former kindergarten teacher and aspiring writer, is a free spirit; she is vivacious and full of pep.

          THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS is witty and at times, delightfully quirky. Overall, Rach's blog is an exceptionally entertaining and enjoyable read. Among a variety of topics, she tells you places where the fashionable people in HK congregate -- exciting spots they dine, shop, rave about, or just like to be seen in.

          From reading the silky, flowing prose of this former school teacher, you can feel the fun-loving, positive, vibrant spirit of an able young writer. Rach knows the hottest beauty products, best spa treatments, and the latest fashion trends; this blog is a must-read for the beauty and fashion enthusiasts.

          Hong Kong Blogs Review highly recommends THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS.

        Oloo Blog


    The blogger wrote:

    " The Oloo Blog focuses on art, culture and literature with book reviews, book extracts, interviews with artists, discussions on art and so on... "


    This blog, OLOO BLOG, is extraordinary. The blogger, Alisha Haridasani, writes eloquently and sublimely; the language flows like a dream.

    OLOO BLOG has sophistication and depth; it is literary. The person behind this blog knows Hong Kong's mainstream culture and its current political scene well; the blogger is likely a HK native or a long-time resident. OLOO BLOG deftly challenges one's intelligence; it is not a HK blog for the casual blog readers. But for those lovers of art and literature, OLOO BLOG offers a delightful, exceptional treat. If you have a taste for it, the food -- for your mind and soul -- in this blog tastes alluringly flavorful and satisfying.

    The photos and artworks displayed in the blog are strikingly beautiful. They are "visual feasts". For those who hunger for some well-written words, timeless art and heart-stirring beauty, Hong Kong Blogs Review recommends OLOO BLOG.


Categories
TOP · BEST · POPULAR · FAMOUS · IMPRESSIVE
The following list is incomplete. It is for sampling only.
Notable  Blogs  of  the  Month

Lifestyle Lookbook

  - two young ladies living in Hong Kong and Singapore write about lifestyle, travel, the good life, etc. -- all in lively, grammatically correct sentences. Life can be beautiful in their necks of the woods.
  * direct link



Lindsey  Gordon

  - in this exceptional blog, this British expat lady living in HK writes about her expat life and other home-away-from-home things, etc.



Wine Geese in Flight

  - this blog is delightful to read, a blog for the wine lovers and those who want to know the "real" Hong Kong, mainland Chinese, expat life, etc. — on the ground level.



As I See It

  - a blog by Jason Y. Ng, it is a little different than the average Hong Kong blogs, mostly because of the blgger's claims. Read our latest update in this review.



Not The South China Morning Post

  - this British expat bills his blog as "satire since 1995". How funny the blog is depending on who you are and how well you understand the his English.



Love HK Film

  - the best Hong Kong movie review site in our opinion, a must-read for the Asian and HK film enthusiasts.



Precious Jasmines

  - this is one of the best photo blogs we have come across for some time.



Paying Patron Perspective

  - this blog is for the lovers of music, visual, and performing arts. Hong Kong is too small of a stage for this towering art critic.



Gwulo: Old Hong Kong

  - see Hong Kong in our colonial time. This marvelous HK photo blog is for the history buff, not to mention the nostalgic and the sentimental souls.



Food  Blogs

Healthy Hong Kong

  - a blog on healthy HK food, fitness, and healthy-living.



e-tingfood

  - for food blogs, this is one of the best of the breed.



Divertimento

  - lucid writing, good food with tested recipes.



Cosmopolitan Currymania

  - for the lovers of curry, good food and fine writing.



Life as a Bon Vivant

  - an excellent food & travel blog; why not live the life of a bon vivant?



Hong Kong Fashion Geek

  - a fashion blog by two fashionable young ladies; both have a wonderful, lively, stylish writing style. The blog does food & lifestyle too.



Slurp

  - one of HK's best food blogs, now known as Hungry Su.



Shervin Oliveros

  - a design, Hong Kong lifestyle, and food blog we like. The blog is pleasant and elegant; the blogger is exceptionally creative and artistic.
  * direct link



Hungry Su

  - happiness is fine food and good company.



Mr. & Mrs. Gillies

  - they tell you where to find good, tasty food at the right prices.



Journey to Hong Kong

  - a HK daughter writes about food, travel, literature, food for thoughts, etc.



Hong Kong Food Blog

  - HK foods with stories.



The Hungry Egghead

  - a Shanghai-born Chinese-American blogging about food, love, and other things.



Diary of a Growing Boy

  - food, travel, and more.



Check Out Hong Kong

  - A relatively large portion of this blog is devoted to food blogging, it's exceptionally informative and well-written. The blogger is street-smart and writes with a generous dose of four-letter words. Warning:  we recommend CHECK OUT HONG KONG but not to everyone.



Travelogue · New Discovery

Taking Hong Kong

  - a spirited, informative blog on expat living, travel and more.



, Washing the Book

  - The blogger, Professor Steve Harvey, is a noted American archaeologist. In this blog, he tells many interesting stories of his travels and his finds.



Enjoy The Wait

  - a blog by a "world citizen", she is literary & well-traveled.



Christian Yuen

  - lifestyle, art, fashion, travel, and more by a philosophical and artistic Hongkonger.



Bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong

  - she writes about HK and her world travels with warmth and keen perception.



Cercalicious

  - a fine aspiring young writer you may see her name on a book cover someday.



My Hong Kong Blog

  - a young enthusiastic German expat working in HK's German Swiss International School.



Washing the Book

  - Professor Steve Harvey writes about HK, travel, and things fascinating in this blog.



David Bellis' Gwulo blog

  - this blog is a travel blog of sorts. It takes you for a time travel back to our colonial time. Or it can be described as a vintage photo blog for the nostalgic.



Expat  Lingo

  - one of the best hk expat blogs, don't miss its comics section.



Dictionary of Politically Incorrect HK Cantonese

  - he knows the "real" Hong Kong.



Oloo  Blog

  - eloquent and literary, and the blogger knows Hong Kong.



What a Life!

  - a stranger in a strange land, in this case, the strange land is Hong Kong. This articulate, gentle visitor from India managed to experience some of best and worst of this city within a short span of time. We recommend WHAT A LIFE
*direct link



The Hong Kong Project

  - see Hong Kong through the eyes of a Chinese-American studying at HK University of Science and Technology.
*direct link



HK Review · Commentary

Hemlock

  - read our lastest Commentary on HK blogs in this review.



Big Lychee

  - read our Hong Kong Review in this review.



American  Expats

Expat Lingo

  - she calls herself "a serial expat". This blog is filled with a wealth of information on expat living.



With Pork Throat

  - enchantingly off-beat.



Hong Kong Paintings

  - by Jim Feldman, a fine American expat painter with the good old American spirit.



Fai Mao's Sandbox

  - an American teacher with Southern charm.



Learning Cantonese

  - a friend of some key figures in today's HK politics, she has a profound understanding of HK.



Reverse Immigration

  - a self-proclaimed "immigrant" from the US.



Toilet Bar

  - an uncommon voice from a vanishing part of Hong Kong.



Jim Rogers

  - the legendary American billionaire investor Jim Rogers now living in Asia.



Hong Kong Media Review

  - an expat who possesses the uncommon skill of understanding the natives' language.



Washing the Book

  - The blogger, Professor Steve Harvey, is a noted American archaeologist. We highly recommend "Washing the Book".



The Rock Mom

  - one of the best expat blogs comes with rock music, motherhood, and more. Her writing is as American as apple pie.



Lindsey  Gordon

  - read about the Americans and other expats in Hong Kong by a British expat blogger who writes a column for an American Women's magazine.



VanNoord Adventures

  - positive and heart-warming.



Back on the Boat

  - no, he is not a sailor, but he is an excellent writer.



The Hungry Egghead

  - perspective of a Shanghai-born Chinese-American living in HK.



Australian  Expats

Lifestyle Lookbook

  - Two "Aussie Chinese girls" -- as they call themselves -- write about lifestyle, travel, the good life, and so forth, all in lively, grammatically correct sentences. This Hong Kong blog, Lifestyle Lookbook, is a joy to read.
  * direct link



Madeline Hope

  - unconditional love.



An Aussie in Hong Kong

  - a Cantonese speaking HK heartthrob from Down-Under.



Nicole Webb

  - sunshine and cheer, and Australian beauty.



Jadeluxe

  - an Australian family living and having fun in HK.



Elizabeth Briel

  - a fine artist, travel-writer and photographer.



British  Expats

Maxmium City Madam in Hong Kong

  - lucid and captivating. She writes about expat life in two of her country's former colonies and other interesting things.



Gwulo: Old Hong Kong

  - a vintage photo blog by a personable Brit living in HK. The photos displaying in the blog speak volumes about our past. It is a must-read for the HK history buff.



Hong  Wrong

  - unlike any other, this blog is in a niche of its own.



Daniel Patrick Quinn

  - a noted British musician now living in HK.



Lesley in Hong Kong

  - expat life in leafy Sai Kung.



Olsens in the Orient

  - family expat blog at its best.



The Mercers on the Move

  - wonderfully quirky.



HK Coaster

  - politics and other interesting topics according to a friendly English-language teacher who writes badly.



Haitch Kay

  - light and loose.



Alex Hofford

  - an impressive professional photographer. His photos tell the stories.



Gweipo

  - an avid reader, her writing shows it.



Hong Kong or Bust

  - a tour of the minds of the former ruling class.



Ordinary Gweilo

  - football and telly, a very ordinary Brit living a very ordinary life in HK. Ordinary Gweilo writes in regional English; his grammar tells much about his background.



Not The South China Morning Post

  - this British expat blog bills as "satire since 1995". How funny this blog is depending on who you are and how well you understand the blogger's English.



Land of No Cheese

  - humorous and perceptive.



Through the Looking Glass

  - a former kindergarten teacher and aspiring writer. She blogs on fashion, beauty products, book review, and more.



Webb-Site  by David Webb

  - a finance blog by a self-proclaimed "activist".



British Born Chinese Blog

  - dares to be different.



Private Beach

  - private thoughts for a private group in a not-so-private setting.



Lola in Hong Kong

  - life of a friendly, free spirited, fun-loving Brit in HK.



Hemlock's Diary - Big Lychee

  - the voice of a vocal minority, he knows HK's past, complains about the present, and is not optimistic for its future.  You can also read our latest Commentary in this review.



Eldon - Online

  - do you know what HSBC stands for?  Why the bank never use its full name?  Read our review on Eldon-Online by a retired chairman of HSBC living in Hong Kong and find out.



Stuart Wolfendale Writes

  - a writer who can really write.



Bubbington Dump

  - in the blogger's own words: "cultural commentary, modern aphorisms and colloquial analysis ... ".



London Girl Goes East

  - a former Londoner and talented jewelry designer now living in HK.



Canadian  Expats

Miss Fong in Hong Kong

  - her blog will give you many belly-aching laughs and keep you coming back for more.



Beneath the Peak

  - an savvy Canadian guerrilla businessman on the home turf of the Asian business world.



Big White Guy

  - BWG has been going through some gradual changes in recent years -- the blogger is now getting noticeably less condescending. It has evolved to a point that we could consider recommending it to our readers.



Baoman's Blog

  - this expat is civic-mined and knowledgeable.



Empress Tea

  - a gathering of talented writers by theater designer and writer, Bridget Steis.



The Searchlight of Insight

Dim Sum Mum

  - faith & love, and the other half.



Urbanphoto

  - photos and good writing.



Irish  Expats

Taking Hong Kong

  - true to her heritage, she has a gift of gab.



Wine Geese in Flight

  - a witty Irish expat blogger writes about indigenous cultures, local social norms, mainland Chinese, expat living, and of course, frequent flights across Asia and fine wine, etc.



Humor

Maxmium City Madam in HK

  - humor and good writing.



Expat Lingo

  - an excellent blog on expat living and its comics would bring you a big smile if not a chuckle out loud.



Rothwell-Gornt

  - it's done and gone, but the humor is still there.



Land of No Cheese

  - humorous and perceptive.



Miss Fong in Hong Kong

  - her blog will give you many belly-aching laughs and keep you coming back for more.



Not The South China Morning Post

  - this British expat blog bills as "satire since 1995". How funny this blog is depending on who you are and how well you understand the blogger's English.



Writers · Artists · Photo · Movie Review

Satoshi  Kyo

  - music, visual, and performing arts. Hong kong is too small of a stage for this towering art critic.



Precious Jasmines

  - this is one of the best photo blogs we have come across for some time.



Enjoy The Wait

  - she is a writer and artist, both artistic and literary.



Sketching Hong Kong

  - beautiful works of Gary Yeung, a talented local artist.



Photos from Hong Kong

  - imaginative and artistic with originality.



Empress Tea

  - a gathering of exceptional writers by theater designer and writer, Bridget Steis.



Cercalicious

  - a fine aspiring young writer you may see her name on a book cover someday.



Lindsey Gordon

  - the English language in a most expressive and simplest form.



Land of No Cheese

  - humorous and perceptive.



The Hungry Egghead

  - the expressions this aspiring writer uses, the words she chooses, and the idioms she applies tell much about her background and the view from her vantage point.



HK Art Guide

  - the director of HK Children's Theater talks about world travels, art, of course, and she wants to be your tour guide.



Urbanphoto

  - photos and good writing.



An Aussie in Hong Kong

  - a Cantonese speaking HK heartthrob from Down-Under.



A Stranger View

  - a photo of a perfect stranger everyday.



Hong Kong Digital Vision

  - Hong Kong the beautiful.



Christian Yuen

  - an artistic native son writes about HK lifestyle, fashion, and of course art and other beautiful things.



Love HK Film

  - the best HK movie review site in our opinion, a must-read for HK film enthusiasts.



Kong Cast

  - Hong Kong media, culture, arts, movie reviews, etc. are here in one place for you to read. We highly recommend Kong Cast.
  * direct link



Gwulo: Old Hong Kong

  - a marvelous photo blog tells much about our past visually.



Oloo  Blog

  - an art and literary blog for those who love well-written words, timeless art and heart-stirring beauty.



Daniel  Kong

  - a rare combination: a fashion blogger who writes exceptionally well.



Hong Kong Paintings

  - by Jim Feldman, a fine American expat painter with the good old American spirit.



Through the Looking Glass

  - lively and quirky.



Paying Patron Perspective

  - a connoisseur of art, performing and otherwise.



Journey to Hong Kong

  - a blog for the thinking type, lovers of moving words and poetic prose.



Stuart Wolfendale Writes

  - a writer who can really write.



Elizabeth Briel

  - a fine artist, travel-writer and photographer.



K.C. Chan Photographer

  - one of a kind photographer for weddings & other occasions



Shervin Oliveros

  - a design, Hong Kong lifestyle, and food blog we like. The blog is pleasant and elegant; the blogger is exceptionally creative and artistic.
  * direct link



Business  ·  Finance

Hong Kong Economic Journal

  - its writers and reporters not only know the economics of this city, but also the natives' culture and psychology as well. We recommend this site to those who are interested in the politics and business aspects of Hong Kong and the region.
  * direct link



Asian Rise

  - Asia business and politics by a astute Brit.



Alice Poon

  - humorless but she knows Hong Kong and what it was like when someone else was in charge.



Beneath the Peak

  - an savvy Canadian guerrilla businessman on the home turf of the Asian business world.



Webb - Site

  - This blog offers a wealth of information and data on Hong Kong's finance and investment industry.



Baoman's Blog

  - this expat is civic-minded and knowledgeable.



Eldon - Online

  - David Eldon, a former chairman of HSBC, is online from this HK blog, ELDON-ONLINE.



Jim Rogers

  - the legendary American billionaire investor Jim Rogers now living in Asia.



Sun Bin

  - an articulate HK businessman with an analytical mind.



The Real & Unreal HK

Dictionary of Politically Incorrect HK Cantonese

  - this is the opposite of a commercial HK lifestyle blog; it tells you the "real" HK.



Nury Vittachi

  - a Hong Kong that the Chinese natives would have a hard time to recognize.



Libertines Pub

  - they know HK like you know your hometown.



Jason Y. Ng

  - Jason Y. Ng's crowd might not hang out with you, or you might not move in their circle. However, his blog tells you how his group sees Hong Kong.



Christian Yuen

  - art, fashion, and lifestyle of 95% of HK's population.



East-South-West-North

  - the blogger is soulless and colorless, but this is one of the best news and politics blogs around.



The Real Hong Kong News

  - things the natives read but other people don't.



Fun to Read

Wine Geese in Flight

  - a witty expat blogger writes about indigenous cultures, local social norms, mainland Chinese, expat living, and of course, frequent flights across Asia and fine wine, etc.



Check Out Hong Kong  

  - sexy and mysterious, things are not what they seem. Warning: we recommend CHECK OUT HONG KONG but not to everyone.



Slurp

  - happiness is fine food and good company.



Nicole Webb

  - sunshine and cheer, and Australian beauty.



Ellen Woodall

  - enchantingly off-beat.



Fashionography

        - the blogger of this fashion and photo blog has beauty and brains.



White Boy from Wisconsin

  - he can make you think and put a smile on your face.



Diaries of a Vagabond Couple

  - have fun traveling across the globe.



Expat  Lingo  

  - cartoons and comics on expat living and other things.



Taking Hong Kong

  - travels and expat living by a witty Irish blogger.



Maxmium City Madam in HK

  - this madam can be funny.



Lola in Hong Kong

  - life of a friendly, free spirited, fun-loving Brit in HK.



Through the Looking Glass

  - lively and quirky.



Miss Fong in Hong Kong

  - her blog will give you many belly-aching laughs and keep you coming back for more.



Healthy Hong Kong

  - healthy food and healthy-living do not have to be boring.



Toilet Bar

  - an uncommon voice from a vanishing part of Hong Kong.



Expats   ·   HK Life

Bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong

  - keen perception and warmth.



The Rock Mom

  - one of the best expat blogs comes with rock music, motherhood, and other interesting topics, etc.



As I See It

  - some may consider this an expat blog, but the blogger is native-born, albeit he spent most of his life overseas.



Taking Hong Kong

  - an insightful blog on expat living and more.



Enjoy The Wait

  - expat living by a well-traveled "world citizen".



Precious Jasmines

  - stories of musing and living in Hong Kong through photos and words.



Olsens in the Orient

  - stories of a family living in HK and traveling around the Orient.



Daniel Patrick Quinn

  - a noted British musician now living in HK.



Haitch Kay

  - light and loose.



Private Beach

  - private thoughts for a private group in a not-so-private setting.



Jadeluxe

  - an Australian family living and having fun in HK.



Big White Guy

  - BWG has been going through some gradual changes in recent years -- the blogger is now getting noticeably less condescending. It has evolved to a point that we could consider recommending it to our readers.



Reverse Immigration

  - a self-proclaimed "immigrant" from the US.



Ordinary Gweilo

  - football and telly, a very ordinary Brit living a very ordinary life in HK.



Happy in Hong Kong

  - a Christian couple runing a private school in HK.



Sailinghome

  - philosophical and humorus.



Gweipo

  - an avid reader, her writing shows it.



Joyceyland

  - a competent journalist, good at her craft and with people.



Lindsey  Gordon

  - a seasoned expat writes about Mumbai and Hong Kong, and other home-away-from home things.



Expat Lingo

  - she calls herself "a serial expat". This blog is filled with a wealth of information on expat living.



Washing the Book

  - The blogger, Professor Steve Harvey, is a noted American archaeologist. There are many treasures about expat living and other things in this blog for you to find.



Mr. & Mrs. Gillies

  - expat living and HK food.



Being Dutch in Asia

  - he writes about a city and its culture he adores and more.



Mint Mocha Musings

  - a well-known former TV news journalist captivates her readers with wit and unmatched charm.



Hong  Wrong

  - in the blogger's own words:  " Chronicling the good, bad & ugly under the Fragrant Harbour's fading lights... "



HK Coaster

  - politics and other topics according to John Richards, a long-time expat from England.



With Pork Throat

  - enchantingly off-beat.



Lesley in Hong Kong

  - expat life in leafy Sai Kung.



The Searchlight of Insight  

Dim Sum Mum

  - faith & love, and the other half.



Baoman's Blog

  - this expat is civic-mined and knowledgeable.



The Mercers on the Move

  - wonderfully quirky.



VanNoord Adventures  

  - positive and heart-warming.



Only Change is Forever

  - a friendly Westernized native.



Urbanphoto

  - photos and good writing.



My Hong Kong Blog

  - a young enthusiastic German expat working in HK's German Swiss International School.



Wine Geese in Flight

  - expat life and good wine by a humorous Irishman who flies a lot.



Politics · Society · News

In Media Hong Kong

  - 香港獨立媒體  is one of the best Hong Kong blogs for reading the latest HK news. This blog also contains the up-to-date news on YouTube and is occasionally bilingual. Don't we all prefer to talk about love, romance, and politics in our own native tongue?
  * direct link



Webb - Site

  - essentially, this is a Hong Kong finance blog. Mr. David Webb, a self-proclaimed activist, also writes about politics and what is happening in the news.



Journey to Hong Kong

  - Hong Kong & Chinese politics and more. Hear them all from a Hong Kong daughter.



Dictionary of Politically Incorrect HK Cantonese

  - unlike a stereotypical HK Chinese male, he speaks his mind on politics and the "real" Hong Kong.



Asian Rise

  - Asia politics and business from a veteran of world politics.



The Real Hong Kong News

  - things the natives read but other people don't.



Learning Cantonese

  - a friend of some key figures in today's HK politics, she has a profound understanding of this city.



Hong  Wrong

  - he talks about HK politics and he talks with the HK natives too.



Alice Poon

  - informative, humorless but she knows Hong Kong.



Hemlock's Diary - Big Lychee

  - the voice of a vocal minority, he knows HK's past, complains about the present, and is not optimistic for its future.  You can also read our latest Commentary in this review.



Hong Kong Economic Journal

  - its writers and reporters not only know the economics of this city, but also the natives' culture and psychology as well. We recommend this site to those who are interested in the politics and business aspects of Hong Kong and the region.
  * direct link



Hong Kong Media Review

  - serious politics for the serious political junkies. This expat possesses the uncommon ability of understanding the natives' language.



Baoman's Blog

  - this expat is civic-minded and knowledgeable.



Libertines Pub

  - drop by and have a drink, Libertines Pub is one exceptional blog.



Daai Tou Laam

  - China & HK politics according to Mr. Tom Legg.



East-South-West-North

  - a no-frill website delivers illuminating contents on HK & China politics, news, gossip, and more.



Hong Kong or Bust

  - a tour of the minds of the former ruling class.



Eldon - Online

  - a retired chairman of HSBC(bank) living in Hong Kong. Do you know what HSBC stands for?



British Born Chinese Blog

  - brutally honest; intellectually stimulating.



HK Coaster

  - Hong Kong, China, and UK politics by John Richards from England.



Sun Bin

  - Chinese politics and business by a person with an analytical mind.



See HK through Their Eyes

Not The South China Morning Post

  - see Hong Kong through the eyes of this quirky British expat who has an equal quirky sense of British humor.



As I See It

  - those regular readers commenting in "AS I SEE IT" may not be who you think they are.  Who are these people?  Why they see HK the way they do?  Don't we all love a mystery?



Nury Vittachi

  - see Nury Vittachi's world in HK that the natives do not know and do not live in.



Webb - Site

  - see Hong Kong from a former insider's perspective.



Travel   Blogs

Lifestyle Lookbook

  - Two "Aussie Chinese girls" -- as they call themselves -- write about lifestyle, travel, the good life, and so forth, all in lively, grammatically correct sentences. This Hong Kong blog, Lifestyle Lookbook, is a joy to read.
  * direct link



Hong Kong Traveller

  - everything you need to know to prepare and during the time you are in Hong Kong. We highly recommend this blog to those visiting this city.
* direct link.



Washing the Book

  - The blogger, Professor Steve Harvey, is a noted American archaeologist. In this blog, he tells many interesting stories of his world travels and his finds.



Journey to Hong Kong

  - this HK daughter and travel book author is well-travelled and literary.



Discover Hong Kong

  - this is a multi-language tourism website by Hong Kong Tourism Board, a HK government agency. It is one of the best governmental sites we have seen.
  * direct link.



Expat Lingo

  - this blogger is well-traveled.



This is Glamorous

  - The London Times names this blog as one of the 50 best design (travel, fashion & lifestyle) blogs in the world. The London Times, also known as The Times, is a venerable 228-year-old newspaper. THIS IS GLAMOROUS recommends Hong Kong Blogs Review in the Travel Guides section of its website.
* direct link



Bluebalu: Living in Hong Kong

  - about Bluebalu living in Hong Kong and traveling through Asia and America.



Precious Jasmines

  - a tourism and photo blog. Hong Kong can not be more beautiful or seductive through the photos in this blog.



Things Asian Travel

  - an excellent travel website we like.
* direct link.



What a Life!

  - a stranger in a strange land, in this case, the strange land is Hong Kong. This articulate, gentle visitor from India managed to experience some of best and worst of this city within a short span of time. We recommend WHAT A LIFE!   *direct link



Endless Journey

  - a HK daughter writes about her travels and other stories. Endless Journey is written in Chinese, the sister blog of Journey to Hong Kong.



Take a Ride to Hong Kong

  - natives as your tour guides.



Diaries of a Vagabond Couple

  - have fun traveling across the globe.



Hong Kong Pages

  - a website on travel, living, working, entertainment, tourism in Hong Kong, etc. It contains many useful links. But the English is pretty stiff and less than fluent; it needs editing.
  * direct link.



HK Art Guide

  - a director of HK Children's Theater talks about world travels, art, of course, and she wants to be your tour guide.



Fashion · Beauty · Lifestyle

Jin  Wong

  - jinwong.com is one of the best HK fashion, lifestyle and art blogs around. We highly recommend this blog by a well-known Hong Kong blogger, Jin Wong.
  * direct link



Ztylistas

  - Hong Kong and international fashion with striking photos. Our new editor opines that we were too critical and unfair to the blogger in our previous review. We sincerely apologize and reiterate our recommendation for this blog.



Black Renaissance by Daniel Kong

  - an excellent writer who knows the fashion industry inside out.



Phoebe Soup of The Day

  - a fashion blog we like.  * direct link



Christian Yuen

  - an excellent graphic artist writes about HK lifestyle, fashion and, of course, art and other things.



Ginger and Lace

  - Spice up your fashion sense, read Ginger and Lace.



Foto Automat

  - men's and women's fashion, it is one of the best blogs for HK street fashion.



Mizzshopaholic  by Michelle Lam

  - a fashion blog we like.  * direct link



Hong Kong Fashion Geek

  - a fashion blog by two fashionable young ladies; both have a wonderful, lively, stylish writing style. The blog does food & lifestyle too.



Gloria Yu

  - her name may be famous in the fashion world someday.



Christy Wong

  - a fashion blog we like.  * direct link



Dress Me

  - a fashion blog we like.  * direct link



Normal Chic

  - a bilingual HK fashion blog -- street fashion included -- for you and me.



StyleInk HK

  - fashion, food, weddings etc. by two bloggers who breathe fashion.



Bonjour Amanda

  - a fashion and food blog by a HK celebrity and fashion model now living in Paris.



Shervin Oliveros

  - a design, Hong Kong lifestyle, and food blog we like. The blog is pleasant and elegant; the blogger is exceptionally creative and artistic.
  * direct link



Lifestyle Lookbook

  - Two young ladies living in Hong Kong and Singapore write about lifestyle, travel, the good life, etc. Life can be beautiful in their necks of the woods.
  * direct link



Lushgazine

  - a fashion blog we like.  * direct link



Style on Pottinger

  - best HK street fashion for everyday people.



Style - Tips

  - men's & women's fashion, street & party fashion, and everything in between, and more. This blog tells it with style and tips, a fashion blog for you and me.   * direct link



Fashionography

  - Amanda Lee, the blogger of this outstanding fashion and photo blog, has beauty and brains. The noted fashion and luxury goods blogger, Nathan Branch, has mentioned FASHIONOGRAPHY and this review by HKBR in his blog, NATHAN BRANCH ( September 24, 2011 ). Here we thank Mr. Branch for the link.

Read the write-up HERE at:  http://www.nathanbranch.com



Hello Abella

  - a lively, artistic young lady blogs about things that intrigue her.  * direct link



Through the Looking Glass

  - one of the best beauty, fashion, food, and art blogs, she is also an aspiring writer.



Gillian Chu

  - Gillian Chu knows Hong Kong's art and fashion scene.



The Fashion Inbox

  - a great place to drop by for a first-hand dose of the latest trends.



Veronica  Li

  - a fashion blog by a stylish young lady. The fashion photos in this blog are absolutely gorgeous -- a must-see.



Fashion Whisperer

  - latest and hottest in make-up, home decor, lifestyle and of course, fashion by one blogger in London and one in HK.



CoCo Celine

  - a fashion blog we like.
  * direct link



Juliatsangshin

  - a fashion school student studying in the UK.



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      Glamorous is not exactly the word people usually use to describe Hong Kong Blogs Review. But glamorous or not, we are elated to find Hong Kong Blogs Review being recommended by  THIS IS GLAMOROUS,  a website the  London Times  names as one of the 50 best design (travel, fashion, and lifestyle) blogs in the world.

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    New Reviews
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Not  The  SCMP
Maximum City Madam in HK
Webb - Site
Precious Jasmines
Wine Geese in Flight
Gwulo:  Old Hong Kong
The Rock Mom
Love HK Film
As I See It
Style on Pottinger
Taking Hong Kong
Mr. & Mrs. Gillies
The Real HK News
Oloo  Blog
Enjoy The Wait
Black  Renaissance
Dictionary of Politically...
HK  Coaster
Washing the Book
Cercalicious
Christian  Yuen
Lindsey Gordon
Nicole  Webb
Ztylistas
Healthy Hong Kong
Expat  Lingo
Ming  Wong
Nick Chan
Hong  Wrong
Bluebalu: Living in HK
Satoshi  Kyo
Mint Mocha Musings
Jason Y. Ng
Sara Tomovic
Fashion Whisperer
Steve Harvey
Hungry  Su
Fashionography
The Hungry Egghead
Hong Kong Fashion Geek
Hong Kong Media Review
Ginger and Lace
Photos from Hong Kong
John Richards
Bubbington Dump
Haitch Kay
Hong Kong Paintings
Slurp
Being Dutch in Asia
Juliatsangshin
Daniel Kong
With Pork Throat
Jin Wong
Gillian Chu
Normal Chic
The Fashion Inbox
Divertimento
HK Art Guide
Daniel Patrick Quinn
Olsens in the Orient
Empress Tea
Jim Feldman
Foto Automat
Asian Rise
Life as a Bon Vivant
Roald Andersen
Through the Looking Glass
My Hong Kong Blog
Cosmopolitan Currymania
Suzanne Guan
Check Out Hong Kong
K.C. Chan Photographer
Private Beach
Meekay  Mo
Bridget Steis
Zoe Chan
The View from Fanling
Christine Ritter
Tom  Grundy
Meaghan McGurgan
Jadeluxe
Jin Wong
Ellen Woodall
Miss Fong in Hong Kong
Janice Leung
Paying Patron Perspective
British Born Chinese Blog
Alice Lee
e-tingfood
Hong Kong Food Blog
Veronica  Li
The Mercers on the Move
Aoife  Mackenzie
VanNoord  Adventures
Tan Su Ann
Rachell Read
Just Another Girl...
Jennifer  Brown
Baoman's  Blog
Sketching Hong Kong
Jennifer Deayton
Learning Cantonese
Jade  King
Land of No Cheese
Madeline  Hope
Jim  Rogers
StyleInk HK
Elizabeth Briel
A Stranger View
A Vagabond Couple
Urbanphoto
Back on the Boat
Libertines Pub
Scription
Musings on Life in HK
Hong Kong Kalabaw
Kelly Yen
Stephanie Chan
London Girl Goes East
Hemlock - Big Lychee
Otherwhere
Gloria  Yu
Bonjour Amanda
Baby, Where's my Light?
White Boy from Wisconsin
Amanda Lee
David M. Webb
Diary of a Growing Boy
Washing the Book
Kung Fu Chewy
Reverse Immigration
Journey to Hong Kong
David Bellis
Stuart Wolfendale Writes
The Toilet Bar
Eldon - Online
Anna Tam
Lola in Hong Kong
Only Change is Forever
Gweilo in the Mist
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    in native tongue
香港獨立媒體
崔少明 BLOG
竇蓉的中環故事
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魚之樂
港人畫港
我係王岸然
每日一膠
都是那些日子
霏山浪遊記
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    some best HK blogs included
Not  The  SCMP
Maximum City Madam in HK
Wine Geese in Flight
Precious Jasmines
Webb - Site
Expat  Lingo
Gwulo:  Old Hong Kong
The Rock Mom
Taking Hong Kong
Love HK Film
Enjoy The Wait
Mr. & Mrs. Gillies
Washing the Book
Lindsey Gordon
David M. Webb
Oloo  Blog
Style on Pottinger
The Real HK News
Cercalicious
Healthy Hong Kong
Dictionary of Political...
Jason Y. Ng
Hungry  Su
Bluebalu: Living in HK
Christian  Yuen
Fashionography
Aoife  Mackenzie
Hong Kong Media Review
Photos from Hong Kong
Jennifer Deayton
Nick Chan
Black Renaissance
As I See It
Prof. Steve Harvey
HK Coaster
Daniel Patrick Quinn
The Hungry Egghead
Haitch Kay
Mint Mocha Musings
Hong  Wrong
Check Out Hong Kong
John Richard
Being Dutch in Asia
Empress Tea
Slurp
Gemma Miras
With Pork Throat
HK Art Gude
Divertimento
Olsens in the Orient
Through the Looking Glass
Bubbington Dump
Gillian Chu
Nicole  Webb
Christine Ritter
Asian Rise
Kelly Yen
Daniel Kong
The View from Fanling
The Fashion Inbox
e-tingfood
My Hong Kong Blog
Jennifer  Brown
Private Beach
Land of No Cheese
Meekay  Mo
Baoman's  Blog
Roald Andersen
Normal Chic
Ztylistas
Jin Wong
Jim Feldman
Alice Lee
Jadeluxe
Foto Automat
Meaghan McGurgan
Learning Cantonese
Ellen Woodall
Veronica  Li
The Mercers on the Move
Zoe Chan
VanNoord  Adventures
Tom  Grundy
Suzanne Guan
Cosmopolitan Currymania
Life as a Bon Vivant
K.C. Chan Photographer
Alice Poon
A Vagabond Couple
Sketching Hong Kong
Kung Fu Chewy
Back on the Boat
The Toilet Bar
Journey to Hong Kong
Stuart Wolfendale Writes
White Boy from Wisconsin
Anna Tam
Lily Wong
Beneath the Peak
Mhgoi
Sun Bin
Jim  Rogers
London Girl Goes East
Madeline Hope
StyleInk HK
Bonjour Amanda
Diary of a Growing Boy
Baby, Where's my Light?
Amanda Lee
Otherwhere
Elizabeth Briel
Miss Fong in Hong Kong
David Bellis
Tan Su Ann
Bridget Steis
Hong Kong Food Blog
Stephanie Chan
Musings on Life in HK
Paying Patron Perspective
Urbanphoto
Ginger and Lace
Sara Tomovic
A Stranger View
Style Is an Inspiration of ...
Gary Yeung
Jade  King
Hong Kong FahionGeek
EastSouthWestNorth
Libertines Pub
Janice Leung
Hong Kong Diaries
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The Searchlight of Insight
Dim Sum Mum
British Born Chinese Blog
Ming  Wong
Big Lychee, Various Sectors
Lola in Hong Kong
Only Change is Forever
Hong Kong Digital Vision
Hong Kong Diaries
Do You Hate it Too?
Eldon - Online
Gweilo in the Mist
Take a Ride to Hong Kong
Fragments
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Alex Hofford
Lesley in Hong Kong
Happy in Hong Kong
Splinter of Mind's eye
Hong Kong Paintings
Joyceyland
Rachell Read
Gweipo
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Hong Kong Babylon
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Ali  Bullock
Gloria Yu
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   In keeping with tradition, here, we respectfully give our tributes:

Three deep bows to 唐滌生, a preeminent playwright and an illustrious figure in Hong Kong letters.

帝女花 唐滌生
再世紅梅記 唐滌生
紫釵記 任白
不了情 蔡琴
梁祝 葉振棠
聽說愛情回來過 林憶蓮
爱的根源 譚詠麟
千億個夜晚 林子祥
千千阙歌 陳慧嫻
剑合钗圆 黄杏秀
遲來的春天 譚詠麟
霧之戀 譚詠麟
抱紧眼前人 梅艷芳
相識也是緣份 張德蘭
孤身走我路 梅艷芳
夕陽之歌 梅艷芳
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Thanks etc.
  Our Special Thanks


     Hong Kong Blogs Review is appreciative of the universities' generous recommendations.  We are honored and humbled to be in the company of the New York Times, Washington Post, BBC, and other exalted names in journalism — though none of our reviews contain anything profound.  We promise not to butcher the English language and to give due respect to the languages we use in our site.  We are a speck among the giants.



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    The operational cost for maintaining this site is minuscule since our server expense is donated by a supporter and the technical works are done in-house by some of this site's reviewers. Most of our reviewers are university educated, degreed, and certified software engineers. Coding a website from scratch is not what they do for their day-jobs — they normally do some far more strange and challenging things at work with the computer than coding website programs.
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          The reviewers, a group of enigmatic Hongkongers, maintain an aloof and mysterious presence that only adds to HKBR's allure. The non-profit HKBR shines at amplifying the voices of a well-curated selection of Hong Kong blogs; a true gem in an online world filled with blog listing sites focused mainly on self-promotion and advertising."

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 Thanks for the Music, Most of All, the Heritage.

     On this first anniversary of her
  passing, we offer this tribute to this
  legendary singer of a generation. Her
  songs will always be sung, as long as
  romance lasts and heartbreaks endure
  on this land. And we expect none of
  them will disappear any time soon.
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作詞:周禮茂

編曲:杜自持



      李香蘭   sung by  張潔瑩 (Kit Cheung), a street musician.


    This is the best version of the song we have
heard. Kit Cheung, a Hong Kong daughter, has a gifted voice and a Hong Kong soul.


Meet Kit Cheung at her Facebook:

www.facebook.com/ckykit

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