After kicking off in the UK in February, and being seen by 175,000 people already, Professor Brian Cox’s Universal World Tour 2019 lands in Hong Kong on 5 June, at Star Hall, KITEC. Using state-of-the-art graphics and imagery from ground-based telescopes and space probes, Brian will explore planetary missions, the Big Bang, black holes and the origin and fate of life and intelligence in the universe. Tickets via HK Ticketing (with 10 percent off until 2 April).
Puppy Spas & Good Vibes
Whiskers N Paws in Ap Lei Chau has opened a self-dog-wash station. It’s fully equipped with all the bathing essentials you need to get your pup smelling just right. Bathing your dog is a great way to create a beautiful bond, plus all proceeds from the dog wash go to help animal organisations like Animals Asia. Whiskers N Paws also offer professional grooming services for busy pawrents.
After a successful launch in Singapore, School Notices Hong Kong has arrived here, offering free online membership for parents, staff and alumni at international schools. Members can connect to buy and sell pre-loved and new items; look for vacation homes and apartment rentals; find jobs, internships and volunteering roles; and more. Unlike other listing sites, School Notices Hong Kong also supports school and parent association fundraising; member schools enjoy 25 percent of all paid business advertising. Join now and enjoy free access to noticeboards and offers you won’t find anywhere else.
Clean Air, Please!
Air pollution is a huge issue for all of us living here; in fact, it was recently attributed to a drop in Hong Kong’s status as a liveable city. Anyone who is here long-term will likely look to invest in an air purifier for the home. Olfinity is the new kid on the block, bringing together three elements in one – an air monitor, an essential oil diffuser and an air purifier – all managed through an app. olfinity.com
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