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Things to do in China

  • Huqingyu Tang

    A short stroll from the train station, pedestrianized Hefang Road is a collection of Ch'ing dynasty houses (and replicas nearby). Visit this 130-ye... More
  • Ichikura

    A 12-seat Japanese whiskey bar stocked with a selection of rare vanilla- and cherry-scented whiskeys. More
  • Imagine Gallery Laiguangying Donglu

    Laetitia Gauden, a French curator, started the Imagine Gallery in Feijiacun in 2003. More
  • iMandarin Training Institute

    Cross-cultural courses teach a wide range of Chinese business and social customs; classes like calligraphy explore China's heritage. More
  • Indosiam Rare Books

  • Input/Output

    New-media artist Teddy Lo opened this gallery, with tech-savvy installations such as a light display that channels data from the Hang Seng Index an... More
  • Island Beverley

    Selling the latest trending items, this four-story mall is located in Causeway Bay. Rows and rows of pint-sized shops and boutiques fill the popula... More
  • i-Sports

    Here’s one way to stretch your legs (or just tucker yourself out) before a long flight: hit this virtual-reality arcade for a few rounds of full-bo... More
  • Jiangnan Street of Wedding Dresses

    To get to this "wedding dress street," head south from Haizhu Circle on Jiangnan Road. More
  • Jinci Temple

    The Jinci Temple weaves a thread between Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism. More
  • Kanchan Couture

    Fashion editors and stylists flock here for feminine frocks and separates made with bright Indian textiles. More
  • Kapok

    The boutique stocks a mix of inventive accessories (look for neon wristwatches and silk-screened totes). More
  • Karin Hansen

    Years as agent: 35. Specialties: Scandinavia, Southeast Asia, China, Thailand. Consulting fee: From $200. More
  • Kee Club

    The atmosphere in the salons may not resemble their predecessors of centuries ago, but this bar and restaurant works to create what it calls a “sal... More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More

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