It was here that store owner Kit, Myriem, a French-born urbanist, and Chun, an artist, curator and producer, dreamt up the Inter-Island Festival. The idea was to celebrate and help preserve the unique character of the outlying islands, specifically Lantau, Cheung Chau and Peng Chau, by introducing festival goers to their vibrant art forms and traditions.
Al Fresco Dining across Lantau from Local classics, on the beach dining to new places to check out.
At the height of the silver rush, people flocked to Mui Wo to work the mine, and the surrounding area was developed into a village called Pak Ngan Heung, literally translated as ‘Silver Village.
Built over 400 years ago in the reign of Shen Zong of the Ming Dynasty (1573-1620), the Man Mo Temple in Pak Ngan Heung is the oldest temple in Mui Wo, and well worth a look.
The Sustainable Lantau Office (SLO) has announced plans to develop a Round-the-Lantau Route by connecting existing hiking trails and building new ones.
One-time cartoonist and freshly minted novelist LARRY FEIGN shines a light on Mui Wo’s murky past by celebrating the life of a notorious pirate queen
The Central – Mui Wo Ferry Route has awarded a new five-year ferry service licence to Sun Ferry Services Company. Additional ferries and new fares will come into effect from April 1, 2021. Sun Ferry will be upgrading the facilities onboard the vessels and carrying out pier beautification.
Sensei is an honorific term, which literally translates from the Japanese as ‘one who comes before,’ or ‘person born before another.’
On January 11, Living Islands Movement (LIM) hosted a webinar to facilitate members’ comments on the remaining phase of the Mui Wo Facelift Project being undertaken by the Sustainable Lantau Office of Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD).
Kristian Dodds and Matthew Mortimer share the secrets of their success