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editor’s letter They say time flies when you’re having fun, but it really soars during a pandemic. As we reach the second half of the year, things are starting to look up and projects are getting back on track. Sai Kung has seen an influx of visitors over the past few months, sparking a wave of new development and housing products to cater to the rising number of residents. Charmaine Ng shares an update on the recent road works around the town in our cover story (page 21). This month marks the 179th anniversary of Marine East Division, from battling pirates to saving those in distress, this year has been its most eventful yet. Our local story takes a look back at some of the force’s greatness achievements (page 14). From above the surface to below, avid diver and Sai Kung resident Natasha Grabner shares her experience learning to dive in Sai Kung and exploring the hidden depths. Discover her favourite places to dive around the town in this month’s outdoor section (page 18). Wishing you a happy and safe September.

Editorial Editor-in-chief Nicole Slater, Senior Staff Writer Charmaine Ng, Contributing Editor Gemma Shaw, Melanie Cox, Digital Editor Apple Lee,

Design Graphic Designer Vicky Lam, Yankee Tsang,

Sales & Marketing

Director of Content Hilda Chan, Head of Digital Content Isamonia Chui, Partnership Manager Chrissie Ip, Elaine Li,


things we love this month... 852prints Founded by Krystal Tolani, 852prints creates quirky Hong Kong-themed clothes, accessories and greeting cards. Each item is produced in limited runs with environmentally-friendly practices in mind.

Matt Eaton,

Founding Director

Tom Hilditch,

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Mooncake season is back again with weird and wonderful flavours. Keep it traditional with Rosewood Hong Kong’s mooncake gift boxes designed by local artist Frank Tang or indulge yourself with Mandarin Oriental's chocolate lava mooncakes.

Covid-19 update As Sai Kung and Clearwater Bay magazine goes to print we have done our best to keep our content as accurate and timely as possible, but if Covid-19 has taught us anything it’s that life is nothing if not unpredictable. Check with local businesses for the most up to date operation hours and services and above all, stay safe.


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Sai Kung September 2020  


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