November is catching up on us; we are nearly on the last week already! In a city that never stops, we don’t intent to either. Looking out of the office window today, it could easily be mistaken for a summer holiday week! Especially as there are garden and trampoline parties going on alongside the beaming sun! Sounds like we’ve got another great 7 days in store for us in Hong Kong. What will you be doing?
Nervous about becoming a parent? Head down to the Mandarin Oriental to listen to expert advice and discover the benefits of pregnancy, massage myth busters, and what to expect on your body’s physical changes. Entrance is free and all attendees will also be entered in to a draw to win on of Mandarin’s Mellow Mummy spa treatment.
East Room, 23th Floor, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong
BOUNCE like you have never seen it before!! The popular kids (and big kids) trampoline park transforms after dark with live DJ’s and lighting effects in a night of bouncing mayhem. The opening night is set to be a lively one and a great way to burn of some steam after a crazy week!
Tickets cost $180 for 3 hours. Book your tickets here
G/F, EMAX, KITEC, No.1 Trademart Drive, Kowloon Bay
Notorious Spanish street artist Victoriano,(who’s art you would have seen sprayed all over Hong Kong walls) is debuting his first solo exhibition in California Tower this weekend. With a self-professed obsession with luxury iconography, he aims to show concepts of brand imagery and status. Works are painted directly onto carrier bags of luxury brands in order to ‘hijack’ their character, reflecting his observation that we live in a world in which the power of the brand is absolute.
22/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar St, Central
Nothing says English summer like a vintage garden party. And although it is definitely not still summer in the UK, it seems it might still be over here! You can expect live music, kids’ entertainment, British grub and maybe even a glass of Pims. Make your British friends jealous by enjoying the weather HK is gracing us with and head down to the green for a jolly ol’ day of Great British-ness.
Charter Garden, Charter Road, Central