We’ve found a number of events for you to be inspired and get active at (and to do some shopping!)
Are you ready to get your drink on at our favourite Saturday happy hours? Or perhaps sample some delicious hot cross buns at the best brunch in Hong Kong this weekend? After you’ve done all the (crucial) eating, we’ve compiled a list of fun things to do this weekend in Hong Kong for you to stay productive and entertained.
Things to do this weekend in Hong Kong: 30-31 March
Justin Bieber’s Drew House Clothing Brand Pop-up
Established by Justin Bieber and a small group of his longtime collaborators, Los Angeles-based streetwear company Drew House will be having its first-ever pop-up shop in SoHo, Central on 29-31 March. Best known for its casual style – think beach vibes and skater boys – Drew House will be offering a variety of never-before-seen products and exclusive merchandise to Hong Kong fans. #itsnottoolatetosaysorryjustin
Why not take a look at indie fashion in Hong Kong?
Justin Bieber’s Drew House Clothing Brand Pop-up, Drew House Video Store, 36 Cochrane Street, Central, Hong Kong, 中環閣麟街36號
Wang Xiao Bo: My Humanistic Philosophy
Looking for things to do this weekend in Hong Kong that are a bit more slow-paced and thought-provoking? Chinese contemporary artist Wang Xiao Bo will be showcasing ten of his hyperrealist works at ELEMENTS starting 26 March until mid-April. Using figurative representation to depict the human psyche, as well as his relationships between his own life and society, this is definitely one of the must-visit exhibitions in 2019.
Check out other art exhibitions in Hong Kong
Wang Xiao Bo: My Humanistic Philosophy, 1/F Water Zone ELEMENTS, 1 Austin Road, West Kowloon, Hong Kong, 九龍尖沙咀柯士甸道西一號
Women Empowerment Forum
No one understands women better than women. In collaboration with International Women’s Day 2019, Kit Kat Events & Marketing delivers Women Empowerment Forum at Harbourfront Landmark Clubhouse on 30 March. Featuring a sparkling panel of speakers, you can discuss your ideas with other women and get inspired!
Women Empowerment Forum, Harbourfront Landmark Clubhouse ‐ 11 Wan Hoi Street, Hung Hom, Hong Kong, 九龍紅磡環海街11號海名軒
MIND HK’s Mental Health Literacy and Orientation
Having shared with us tips on how to talk about mental health, Mind HK has prepared a Mental Health Literacy and Orientation training session on 30 March. The event will talk about the spectrum of mental health, self-help treatment options, wellbeing tips, dealing with grief and loss and more.
Check out Talking Mental, a new podcast on understanding mental health
MIND HK’s Mental Health Literacy and Orientation, Infiniti Lab, 20/F California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, 中環蘭桂坊德己立街30-32號加州大廈20樓
The Hong Kong Beach 5s
To kick off the Rugby Sevens Week in Hong Kong, the Beach Rugby 5s features a range of fun-filled activities such as beach rugby, netball, football and dodgeball. With over 1000 competitors and 25,000 spectators enjoying the weekend on the sand in the past, this year;s Hong Kong Beach Rugby 5s is going to be a blast!
The Hong Kong Beach 5s, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong, 香港淺水灣
Found things to do this weekend in Hong Kong and looking for more? Explore the designer hub PMQ in Central, grab your next read at our favourite Hong Kong bookstores or find fun things to do in Macau.