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Moving to Hong Kong

In a metropolitan city like Hong Kong, every inch of living space is precious and expensive. One of the first things that most foreigners realize when settling in Hong Kong is that Hong Kong apartments are not particularly roomy. Consolidating possessions and finiding innovative ways to store belongings is essential as space is valued premium. This article will help you adjust to the living spaces in Hong Kong by cutting down on clutter and providing some interior design tips for small
We have grouped the following websites and information into one chapter in help you start researching what it is like to live and work here. As with everything Hong Kong related, the Government’s website is a good place to get started on what exactly is available. A few other publications are also listed below (their free print copies are usually released on Thursdays and are available in shops and public places throughout Hong Kong – or you can read them online). General inf
Moving to Hong Kong can be one of the most exciting decisions in your lifetime. Whatever your reasons behind moving, be it career prospects or self-actualization our relocation checklist aims to impart guidance by outlining five key considerations to ease your transition into a new-fangled expatriate of ‘Asia’s World City’. 1. Make Prior Preparations Straying into ‘administrative’ territory, your preparations prior to moving are essential. Be it applying for
Moving to Hong Kong is far from cost-effective. Add in an entire family unit with young children in tow and the move becomes all the more complicated in terms of logistics. Be it education, living space and the process of acculturation, this guide aims to provide a few pointers which will inform your move. Education Prior to departure with guaranteed employment prospects in Hong Kong, appeal to your employer’s sense of largesse. Leverage your skillset a
Summer has arrived and with it the peak season for home searching in Hong Kong. It is at this time of the year where Hong Kong property agents tend to be at their busiest. The impending commencement of a new school year usually corresponds with families being transferred to other countries, with people leaving and moving to Hong Kong. Bearing this in mind I thought it would be helpful to answer one of the most frequently asked questions I receive from impending newcomer