Posts Tagged ‘Hong Kong’

Handling a Hong Kong Hoodwink: the Do’s and Don’ts of Surviving a Swindle

Handling a Hong Kong Hoodwink: the Do’s and Don’ts of Surviving a Swindle
By Chantal and Carolyn Moclair Exclusive to the Lost Girls Hong Kong is easily one of our favorite places, but it didn’t always put smiles on our faces. After spending almost five months in this major city we came to know it quite well; from things that fascinated us, to the less-than-favorable flaws....
July 27th, 2012 | China, City Travel, Health & Safety | Read More

Hong Kong Highlights: 4 Must-See Sights

Hong Kong Highlights: 4 Must-See Sights
By Chantal and Carolyn Moclair Exclusive to the Lost Girls From island-hopping to nighttime shopping, Hong Kong offers an amazing array of activities for tourists and locals alike.  We’ve created a list of the top four highlights of this island metropolis for future Hong Kong hustlers. 1. Victoria...
July 13th, 2012 | China, City Travel | Read More

A Month in Hong Kong

With only four days to prepare for an impromptu month-long work trip to Hong Kong, Lost Girl Carley Hollis was a bundle of nerves. She quickly realized there are highs and lows to traveling alone, from fun dinners of room service in bed to having no one to join you to Disneyland. Now don’t get me...
December 3rd, 2011 | China, Solo Travel | Read More

Lost Girl of the Week: Cecilia (Cici) Haynes

Lost Girl of the Week: Cecilia (Cici) Haynes
This week’s Lost Girl, Cici Haynes, graduated from the University of Virginia last year, and currently lives in Lhasa, Tibet. She is a third culture kid (TCK) who was born in Hong Kong and has lived in Calcutta, Taiwan, Beijing, New Delhi, the U.S., Chennai, and Manila. Soon after graduating, she...
November 30th, 2011 | Lost Girl of the Week | Read More

The LG Travel News Roundup: Rubik’s Cube Meets Sistine Chapel

The LG Travel News Roundup: Rubik’s Cube Meets Sistine Chapel
By Susmita Baral LG News Intern Missed the big travel stories of the week? And the weird, wacky and insignificant ones? We’ve got your roundup right here… It’s No Puzzle to Re-Create the Sistine Chapel A team of 11 puzzle fans from Cube Works Studio spent 400 hours to recreate Michelangelo’s...
May 6th, 2011 | Weekly Travel News | Read More

What to Eat Now: The Food News 11.12.10

What to Eat Now: The Food News 11.12.10
By Danielle E. Alvarez LG Food Editor A roundup of the most delicious news in the world ***** Foodie Fuel, Marathon edition The New York City Marathon saw many famous faces this past Sunday. But as I, an average spectator, watched the 40,000 people race through the five boroughs and 26.2 miles I couldn’t...
November 12th, 2010 | Food News | Read More