No.4  August, 2014  
  Australian cheerleading team ZSA came in first place at the Asia Pacific Challenge, the biggest cheerleading competitions in Hong Kong organised by the Hong Kong Cheer Union. Over 800 participants from Hong Kong, Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, the Philippines and Mainland China competed in the event.Queensland Company takes Cheerleading to Hong Kong

World Cup Cheer and Dance (WCCD), a Queensland-based cheerleading company has set up an office in Hong Kong as part of the group's plan to promote cheerleading across Asia.

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  The revitalised PMQ site not only brings together more than 100 local creative entrepreneurs, it’s also a tourist attraction in its own right.5 Hong Kong Stories You Need to Read

Lying idle for years, the former Police Married Quarters in Central, a historic-grade building, has been revitalised into a creative hub for local design talent! It now accommodates 130 tenants from well-known local designers, creative start-ups as well as international designers.

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  Record breaker: Hong Kong's Ho Chu-ting won the individual championship at the FISAC World Rope Skipping Championships 2014.Hong Kong Team wins World Rope Skipping Championship

The FISAC World Rope Skipping Championships 2014 (WRSC 2014) was held in Hong Kong from July 27 to August 5, and the Hong Kong team won the World Cup division, followed by the Belgium and Australian team.

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  Look out for the Wi-Fi.HK sign for free Wi-Fi service in Hong Kong.Hong Kong's common Wi-Fi brand officially launched

Wi-Fi.HK, Hong Kong's common Wi-Fi brand, was officially launched on 5 August 2014. Public and foreign visitors can now log on to the site and easily identify free Wi-Fi hotspots in the territory, further enhancing the position of Hong Kong as a highly connected city.

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