A resource sharing and support community primarily for kids of African descent. Kids of all ethnicities are welcome for a day of fun and learning. Sign up
Looking for a challenge? Is trying something totally new part of your new year resolution? Learn an African Language. Shona - is a language widely spoken in Zimbabwe & Mozambique. And can act as a strong foundation for learning any other African Bantu language for serious learners, and can act as an unrelated and funny […]
Brandy, a New York born belly dancer, started her career back in 1985. Now, she is the most experienced belly dance teacher in Hong Kong. She established American Belly Dance Association (HK) to promote friendships between women through dance and share her love of this beneficial art form. She hopes that, by learning belly dance […]
Some say it’s the only place that makes Hong Kong different from any Chinese city. A symbol for globalization, ‘home’ to many Africans and South Asians, a place Cantonese mothers warn their kids against. Chungking Mansions is a lot of things to different people. Join our tour to understand what this place mean for residents […]
This event introduces and simulates the central themes of Islam and its core principles – with a special focus on geo-historical events, in particular, the history and contemporary practices of Islam in Africa, a tour of the Mosque and halal eating concepts through an African Halal lunch! Sign up!
In light of the brutal murder of George Floyd by the U.S. police, many people in Hong Kong are interested in joining the ongoing conversation on the experiences of African Americans in the U.S. In the spirit of keeping the conversation going, we are putting together this series to help equip allies and skeptics with […]
Queer and trans people seem to be a lot more visible in south-east Asia, especially in Thailand and the Philippines. This coming Wed, we explore how pronouns and religion in Thailand shape the concept of gender among Thai people. We are also honoured to have Brenda again to explore transness and queerness in the pre-colonial […]