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What is Clubhouse? The App That's Quickly Taking Social Media Circles by Storm

What is the Clubhouse app and why is it suddenly everywhere? Part talkback radio, part conference call, part Houseparty, Clubhouse is a social networking app based on audio-chat. Users can listen in to conversations, interviews and discussions between interesting people on various topics – it is just like tuning in to a podcast but live and with an added layer of exclusivity.Clubhouse is invite only. You can't just download it off the app store and create an account. Much like a real-life country or yacht club, you have to be invited to join by an existing member. Real world elitism, but make it virtual.When you join, you select topics of interest, like tech, books, business or health. The more information...

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Hong Kong based photographers you should follow on Instagram

"A picture is worth more than a thousand words" Photography is an important part of our daily life. A picture will tell you more than a text but can also be interpreted differently from person to person. Photography is an important tool to convey a message, a feeling, capturing a valuable or important moment, telling a story and much more.  There are as much different photography styles as there are humans. A camera will be used different by each individual and same goes for editing. There are different categories like digital art, lifestyle, documentary, art or portrait.  Hong Kong is a paradise for photographers as it is a vibrant city, where east meets west, where old meet new and the passion...

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10 Coronavirus Hilarious Memes & Tweets to Help Lighten the Mood

If you're tired of all the doom and gloom on the news, take a break and have a laugh at these funny Coronavirus memes - some of our faves from across the internet. Meme by @deadmeister21 and originally posted on @hongkongggagFrom @memes.hk  ✈️ hey, at least it's better than spending your covid vacation in boring Singapore 🤦  From @memes.hk  What is traveling mean nowadays.... #localtour Hello there!   Final thoughts of 2020. It's been a long year.   Cute #touchwood   A lot of my friend have just reach their one year WFH anniversary.Can't wait to celebrate xox   Anyone "The Crown" addicted here? #ChristmasInCovidTime   For those of you ended WFH day this week, what a good day to remember!!   Becoz I am still in my...

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Easing of social distancing rules in Hong Kong

The government have announced that the social distancing rules in Hong Kong will be eased starting from February 18! This means that dine-in is allowed until 10pm and 4 people can be seated on one table. Government services will return to normal, as well as other services like gyms, gaming arcades, beauty and massage parlours, bowling alleys, gyms, amusement parks and ice skating rinks. However, all these premisses need to comply with additional infection-control measures.  Restaurants After months of no dinner out, the time has finally arrived! Dine-in for dinner is allowed! However, still at 50% capacity. All restaurants can be open until 10 pm starting from February 18. However, it's important to still keep distance, and it's only allowed...

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The 2021 Events Worth Saving Your Annual Leave For

2020 is shaping up to be a year of limited events. In an effort to contain the COVID-19 outbreak, major sporting events as well as music, arts and cultural festivals around the world have been forced to cancel or postpone. However, in light of the situation, many events have stated they're returning next year – and no doubt, with a bang. You might be holding onto your annual leave now, but in 2021, these are must-attend events to put those precious holidays toward.   1. The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo Although much fanfare was made over the eight new venues, including Kengo Kuma's timber Olympic Stadium, originally slated to host activities throughout the summer games, the Tokyo Olympics and...

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