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The Hong Kong summer is in full swing, and nothing screams hot summer days quite like a junk boat party. But how the hell do you organise one? Lucky for you, our writer Sarah Richard is a self-proclaimed junk queen, and she has narrowed down the complicated process down to six easy steps, complete with plenty of recommendations. It's best to share this article for future reference!
After recently going through my remaining collection of house music vinyl I realised that there has been some what of a come back of people using vinyl in recent months. HMV in Central now has a whole section of vinyl, much more than when I actually used to order vinyl from the store over 10 years ago. Venues such as MyHouse and Oma still have turntables set up and have nights where local DJs play from their extensive collections.
I have asked other venues over the years why they do not have turntables and usually it comes down to a few reasons. First is the space in the DJ booth as often they only have room for CDJs or turntables, all of their residents use CDJs now with or without a laptop, or they just cannot get certain music that they want to play on vinyl. Another point is that for those DJs travelling to Hong Kong or even local DJs travelling to the different clubs each night, vinyl can get heavy and having USB sticks saves a lot of carrying that weight.
Playing and listening to vinyl is still very different to me and I can imagine more places dusting off their turntables. In the next few weeks I plan to donate all of my vinyl to some lucky Hong Kong DJ so these great gems can actually get played, which is what they were made for!
Article by Nick Buyken
Secret Island Party is only a week away and we can't be more excited! But if you haven't gotten your tickets yet, then make sure you enter our giveaway because we are sending some lucky #HKClubbers and their friends to SIP2015 for free and for the full three-day weekend experience! Enter now under the cut.
Love Love Run is a charity run title sponsored by Dah Sing Insurance Company, for aiming to spreading the spirit of Love and Care. All income will donated to AIDS Concern for raising fund to provide education and prevent of HIV/AIDS. Read on and know more!
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For this year’s World AIDS Day (1 Dec), AIDS Concern will run a “Be Care Full, Fight Stigma” Campaign, sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank. ‘People are aware that HIV will not be transmitted by daily contact, but they tend to keep a distance from people living with HIV. That is why AIDS Concern wants to run the “Be Care Full, Fight Stigma” Campaign to provide a platform for people to connect with people living with HIV by enjoying a cup of coffee brewed by them. We want to show people that all it takes is a small gesture to show concern and care to people affected by HIV and AIDS,’ says Andrew Chidgey, the Chief Executive of AIDS Concern.
AIDS Concern Coffee Truck (29 Nov – 1 Dec)
This Saturday (29 Nov), AIDS Concern will have a specially designed coffee truck touring around Hong Kong to distribute FREE coffee brewed by people living with HIV and promote anti-stigma messages to the mass public. Identifying with the good cause, Holly Brown Coffee will be the coffee sponsor for this three-day event. You are encouraged to support this meaningful event by taking photos with the“Be Care Full, Fight Stigma” coffee cup and upload to Facebook or Instagram #aidsconcern. For every photo posted, Suzuran Bed (HK) Ltd. will donate HKD1 to AIDS Concern for promoting HIV/AIDS prevention and education in Hong Kong.
PETER WILLIAM HOLDEN (UK) confirmed for Clockenflap 2014
From Friday, November 28 to Sunday, November 30 2014.
Visit the event calendar for updated details here: http://www.hkclubbing.com/events/details/2999-clockenflap-2014.html
It started raining all of a sudden on that particular weekday, as I panicked through the traffic on the crammed morning bus to get to Hong Kong Macau Ferry Pier. Arriving 9:50am just in time to catch the 10:00am ferry; I didn’t really get to calm myself down until I boarded the ferry. It’s a short one hour ride, but the transcending journey from a busy, well to another busy city, can still offer a certain extent of relaxation.