Buying a Second Hand Car in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has a high turnover in the second-hand car market. If you have decided to buy a used car privately, that is, not from a locally registered dealership who usually handles registration and licensing of the vehicle, there is a process you need to be aware of before you can drive away in your newly acquired car. While fairly straightforward, Kwiksure has created this easy to follow article with step-by-step suggestions.

7 Tips to Reduce Car Insurance Premiums

Buying, or owning a car in Hong Kong is not cheap, especially when it comes to car insurance. Regardless of whether you get the mandatory third party insurance, or comprehensive insurance, you are going to face potentially high premiums. Luckily, there are a number of options that can help reduce your overall premiums. Here are seven.

Up in the Air - Hong Kong’s Best Rooftop Bars

The weather has finally cooled down (feel free to cheer out loud!) and if you're like a lot of people, you're ready to get outside and enjoy it. But don't worry if your idea of a relaxing day outdoors doesn't include running, hiking or biking – world class views and delectable food…

The Health Benefits of Music

Music, in its many forms, is an integral part of everyone’s life. We hear music everyday, whether it is an annoying advertisement jingle on TV or our current favourite song, and it touches the lives of people worldwide. It transcends cultural differences and binds us together in an almost spiritual…

All You Need to Know About the Hong Kong Classic Car Show and Vintage Festival

Lots of things in Hong Kong are old, but very few can be called vintage – and even fewer are in perfectly restored or preserved condition. But this autumn, the public is invited to come and feast its eyes (and stomachs and eardrums) on some of Hong Kong’s best classic cars, motorcycles, and auto-mobilia.

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Top 10 Training and Running Tips for Marathons

For the past 17 years, Standard Chartered have invited participants to take on what has now become one of Hong Kong’s most celebrated annual events. From humble origins with just 1,000 runners taking part, last year 73,000 participants took to the streets to tackle the 42 kilometre…

Top Three Family-Friendly Vehicles in Hong Kong for 2014

Despite its diminutive size, Hong Kong is full of people in love with their cars. And while it’s the flashy sports cars and extreme luxury sedans that usually get most of the attention, the reality is that most residents are just wanting to get from one place to another affordably…

Starting Up a Business? The Ins and Outs of Business Insurance

Taking the leap from being an employee to an employer or someone who is self-employed should not be taken lightly. It takes a lot of hard work, plenty of thought, long hours and even some courage to start up your own business. And, you need to find the right insurance policy to safeguard your new enterprise.

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Sleep Tight All Night: Top Tips for Getting a Good Night's Rest

Getting a restful night’s sleep is one of the most fundamental steps in performing at your optimal level during your waking hours. We explore some of the best ways to sleep better and start your days feeling refreshed, energized and full of vitality.

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The Hidden Dangers of Salt and How to Avoid Them

Many of us may think of high-salt diets as an American problem. We constantly hear about the obesity epidemic due to fast food and pre-packaged meals that contain tons of added salt. But this is not just a problem in the United States. A recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine showed that worldwide,…