OWWA Confirms Death of Filipina DH due to Suicide in Mong Kok

The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration has confirmed receiving a report of a Filipina domestic helper who committed suicide in Mong Kok last November 2,...

Filipina Domestic Worker Hanged Herself in Employer’s Apartment

A Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong committed suicide over the weekend. She hanged herself inside her employer's apartment. She was found by her...

ConGen to Discuss Filcom Concerns with Hong Kong Top Officials

Philippine Consul General to Hong Kong Raly Tejada disclosed that he will be meeting with Hong Kong Police Chief Stephen Lo sometime next week to bring up security...

Pinay OFW Featured in ‘Humans of New York,’ Shares Hardships of Domestic Helpers

Nowadays, one’s story can become their passport to the world as we see people becoming featured in international TV shows like Oprah or Ellen,...

PCG Eyes Partnership with CARD HK to Provide Fin-Lit Training to OFWs

Consul General Raly Tejada has green-lighted the Philippine Consulate to serve as the venue for the free financial literacy seminars provided to Filipino domestic...

Thinking of Working Abroad? Consider These Tips First

For many Filipinos, working as an OFW seems like a way out to life’s hardships and difficulties. But this shouldn’t be the case. Becoming...

7 Things Domestic Workers Need to Tell Their Employment Agency

Employment agencies (EAs) play an important role not only in the recruitment and processing of visas for domestic workers, but they also carry key...

5 Tips to Boost Your Chances of Getting Hired Abroad

Working abroad is a dream for many Filipinos; however, the path to getting there may not exactly be as easy as one would think. The...

4 Important Things to Know in Managing Bank Accounts as an OFW

Working overseas is not something that is for everyone. It takes a lot of courage, patience, and determination to survive and thrive in a...

How to Apply for PhilHealth Voluntary Membership for OFWs in Hong Kong

Despite the challenges of living alone and working to provide for the family, OFWs must also understand that without setting up contingency plans for...

What’s the Typhoon Season in Hong Kong Like?

Despite having four seasons, Hong Kong is also considered a subtropical country considering its proximity to the equator as well as the Pacific, where...

List of Catholic Churches in Hong Kong

Majority of the Filipino people are born and raised into Catholic families, and considering the fact that the Philippines is a widely Christian nation,...

5 Smart Investments Every OFW Should Have

Let’s face it. Despite the glitz and glamour of working overseas, it does not take the away the fact that OFWs still need to...

Understanding the Medical Certificate for OFWs Travelling to Hong Kong

Many of us may already have an idea on what the requirements are for travelling and working abroad. For domestic helpers targeting to work...

Tips to Achieve a Healthy Employer-Employee Relationship

Working here in Hong Kong, or anywhere overseas for that matter, requires one to be well-informed, assertive, and smart in handling any situation. It is...

Hong Kong Do’s and Don’t’s

For the longest time, Filipinos have been going to Hong Kong to work. This is for the simple reason that overseas Filipino workers in...

HK Government Offers Helpline for Foreign Domestic Helpers

Other than their country’s embassies and non-government (labour) organizations offering help, foreign domestic helpers (FDH) had no specific department they can reach out to...

5 Reasons Why Hong Kong is Expat-Friendly

There are plenty of reasons why people from all around the globe come to Hong Kong – may it be for work, residence, study...

How to Find an Apartment for Rent in Hong Kong

If you’re moving to Hong Kong for work, there’s good news for you because there are plenty of properties you can look into, even...

Things You Should Know Before Terminating an Employment Contract

In recent news, a Filipina domestic helper has lodged a complaint on court against her employer for her alleged dismissal. Such circumstance is a...

Hong Kong Lands in Top Bucket-List Destinations Among Tourists

In the region, there has been a brewing competition between Hong Kong and Singapore in terms of preference in work, living conditions, and tourism,...

Hong Kong to Make ‘Monopoly Dreams’ a Reality

For many of us, part of our childhood is composed of playing board games with friends, or staying up late to finish an engaging...

17 Photos: A Visit to Hong Kong Disneyland

HK's Disneyland theme park is without a doubt a top tourist attraction in Hong Kong. It caters to the whole family and coming from the...

4 Attractions at Ten Thousand Buddha Monastery

The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, or also referred as Man Fat Tsz, is a famous serene holy place situated at Pai Tau Village’s Po...

14 Things to do at Ocean Park, Hong Kong

Another fun-filled adventure awaits you at Ocean Park. What are you most excited about? Here’s a list of the 14 best things to do...

13 Things to do in Disneyland, Hong Kong

Do you know that as you enter the gates of Disneyland, you’d feel pure bliss and unadulterated fun? For those who have been to...

5 Things to Know About the Big Buddha

As we all know, Hong Kong is a captivating country with a deep history behind its radiant beauty. There are many tourist spots and...

3 Things to Try out at The Peak

From the name itself, The Peak is situated in the highest point on Hong Kong Island and in the most exclusive neighborhood in the...

8 Things to do in the Avenue of Stars

Patterned from Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, the Avenue of Stars also gives tribute to Hong Kong’s top film celebrities. It is easily located at...

Sights in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a special region of China and we have been there a coupe of times. It’s a nice place to travel in...

Hong Kong Protesters Rally for Support from British Government

Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters have once again taken to the streets of Hong Kong, but this time, they held a rally outside the...

OFW Found Dead in Employer’s Residence in Hong Kong

A 53-year old Tuguegarao native was found lifeless in her employer’s home in Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong on Monday morning (September 9). The police...

PCG in HK Urges Filipinos to Avoid ‘Non-Essential’ Travels There for Now

In line with the volatile situation that has befallen the city-state, the Philippine Consulate General in Hong Kong has urged Filipinos to delay non-essential...

DOLE: No OFW Deployment Ban in HK at the Moment

Amid the tension-gripped events which shook the Special Administrative Region in recent months including an arrest of a Filipino national, who had been accused...

DFA Extends Assistance to Filipino Arrested in Hong Kong

Amid the tumultuous political situation in Hong Kong, it can’t be helped that other nationalities could get involved in the conflict in their host...

Armed Masked Men Assault Anti-Gov’t Protesters in Hong Kong

What had apparently ended with the scrapping of a bill handing over extradition rights to crimes of foreign nationals in the country proved to...

Gov’t Releases Details on Smart Lamp Post Initiative

As the government unveils its latest smart initiative to promote Kong Kong as one of the world’s smart cities, details on the smart lamp...

Gov’t Clears ID Card Rumours, Emphasizes Data Security

With the on-going smart ID card replacement initiative progressing as scheduled, residents begin to question the benefits and abilities of the new “smart ID”...

Filipinos who Pawn Passports Twice may be Subject to NBI Investigation – Consul

Filipinos have been warned. The persistent reports of Filipinos pawning their passports as loan collaterals in Hong Kong have caught the attention (and drawn...

HK Gov’t Highlights Functions of “Smart Lamp Posts”

As the trend among leading global cities is geared towards digitalisation and creating smart processes from which residents will gain added value from traditional...