Hong Kong’s bid to bring back the city’s nighttime buzz to begin starting this weekend


Hong Kong is to fire its first salvo in the battle to put the pizzazz back into the nighttime economy with the debut of a film-themed bazaar offering street food at a scenic waterfront boulevard.

The Friday night market at the Avenue of Stars and the K11 Musea promenade in Tsim Sha Tsui is part of the government’s “Night Vibes Hong Kong” promotion.

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