What’s on in Hong Kong? May 2018

What’s on in Hong Kong? May 2018

Cool F&B happenings you should check out in the 852

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 11 May '18

Drink your personality

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If you like taking quizzes to learn what type of person you are, this one might be perfect for you! Aqua’s newest concept, Personality Pours, allows you to take an eight-question online quiz to find a cocktail that best suits your personality. From names such as The Visionary, The Trendsetter and The Rebel, each cocktail uses a different blend of liquor to suit its name.


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Maximal Concepts are bringing in three guests on Tuesday, 15 May from 7:30–10:30pm to discuss the importance of digital media in the F&B industry as part of The Influencer Series: #FoodPhenomenon. The speakers are food critic and journalist Lisa Cam, photographer and content director of Maximal Concepts Jesper Mcllroy and Kenneth Ng, the director and deputy general manager of Dining Workshop. Expect a night of insightful sharing and meeting other curious foodies! Free entry.

Stockton, 32 Wyndham Street, Central, 2565 5268

Drink for Justice 7

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Everyone loves a good deal. $200 for free-flow wine, craft beer and canapés – count us in. A monthly free-flow event, Drink for Justice is returning on Thursday, 31 May from 6:30–9pm and is organised by professionals, refugees and citizens who have come together through Hong Kong’s first refugee-led society, Refugee Union, to develop friendships.

Early-bird online tickets booked by 24 May: $200

Tickets booked from 25 May and at the door: $250

Africa Coffee & Tea, Suite 1501–1504, 15/F, 41 Heung Yip Road, Wong Chuk Hang, 2180 7536

Help to compost plant plastics

Image titleVegetarian pioneer MANA! has started a petition to urge the Hong Kong government to recognise the benefits of properly collecting and composting eco-friendly materials. More and more eco-conscious restaurants in Hong Kong are using alternative packaging such as plant-based PLA, a plastic material that is advertised to be biodegradable. However, plant plastics cannot be recycled and require industrial composting facilities to compost. Without this important step, plant plastics take decades to biodegrade. Click here to sign the petition and give Hong Kong a greener future.



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