Welcome to Hong Kong, where we have been dealing with the coronavirus since the end of January. Hong Kong has been able to fight back the contagion, even though our government lagged in its initial response, and even though we are right on the border with China, where it all began. Along with Taiwan and Singapore, we have held steady with the lowest numbers of cases in Asia (only about 130 in a city of 7.5 million). You are going through what we went through here in February. So in a real sense, we represent what your future outcome can be, IF you take responsible steps now. Since we’re about six weeks ahead of the US on the virus timeline, we would like to offer a few suggestions about how you can protect each other, based on what Hong Kongers have been doing....

Of course we love the Star Ferry. But as we settled into Hong Kong we discovered it is far from Hong Kong’s only ferry service! With 240 islands, the city of Hong Kong is almost a mini-archipelago, and boats are as important here as cars, busses and trains--probably more so. Even before the British came, vessels of all sizes provided the main form of transport in this region....

It's been the greatest joy of our 2019 season--sharing the daily life of Peng Chau island with a select group of Little Adventures in Hong Kong's guests. Peng Chau is the smallest Hong Kong island connected by a major ferry service to the mainland. It gets few tourists, has even fewer obvious attractions, and has basically been left to itself for decades. This is what attracted us to start running walking tours on the island two years ago, and it's what led our director, Daisann McLane, to pack up her belongings after 14 years living in Central Hong Kong, and take a chance on a quiet place that's only accessible by boat crossing from anywhere. A year and a few months after her move, Daisann's only regret about moving to Peng Chau is that she did not do it sooner....

It’s hard to keep up with the energetic, non-stop flow of Hong Kong protest art images, but we’ve gathered some of our favorites here. A wander through this gallery will give you what you might miss if you’ve been following the protests only via the headlines: A glimpse into the irrepressible soul, spirit, and humor of Hong Kong....

One of the questions our Little Adventures in Hong Kong guests often ask our director, Daisann McLane while on tour is: Do you cook Cantonese food? Here's her (somewhat complicated) answer about how she's learned to live like a local--and mastered one very important local cooking technique....

Hong Kong tea shop Fukien Tea Company is exactly what you imagine a Hong Kong tea shop should be. Dusty, peeling tin canisters decorate the shelves. A chubby white cat stretches upon a checkerboard tiled floor. Faded black and white photos line the walls. It is as if you've walked through a door that time travels you back into 1963....