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Hong Kong Moms on Facebook* has become such a great resource for what’s happening in our fantastic city that we’ve decided to pull out the top themes of the week — keeping those of you who missed the best stuff in the know.

Here, a summary of the hot topics. We hope you enjoy it!

*exclusively for the members of the Facebook group Hong Kong Moms

Last week oHong KongMoms

This announcement on Monday elicited some strong reactions for and against Marketing Monday! Change is always hard. What do you think?

Ever wondered if the rubbish you sort into those blue and green bins really gets recycled in Hong Kong? Or is it all just tossed together in the same landfill?

It seems to be no fun for blondes in Hong Kong, when it comes to keeping those golden locks look-ing luxe. Where to go for the perfect highlights? Hong Kong blondes want to know!

You spend hundreds of dollars at the grocery store only to discover that the food is expired or moldy! This is what you can do:

Looking for advice about letting children fly back to Hong Kong with a helper while the ex-husband has extended holiday in Europe. Is it allowed? Is it safe?

Creative ideas for ways to reduce the sugar overload at Easter. How do you keep the sugar to a minimum?

Meal times can be painful with a two year old! Is it OK to allow some screen time to get through them? How much is too much though?

What to do when your helper gives chocolate biscuits with jam for a tea time snack? Loads of healthy suggestions here!

What would you do if your helper didn’t return home on Sunday night? And by Monday morning still no sign of her? Should you contact the police?

How do you keep track of expenses and control your expenditures? Some great tips from other moms on how they stay on top of it all.

Week Prior oHong KongMoms

This announcement on Monday elicited some strong reactions for and against Marketing Monday! Change is always hard. What do you think?

Ever wondered if the rubbish you sort into those blue and green bins really gets recycled in Hong Kong? Or is it all just tossed together in the same landfill?

It seems to be no fun for blondes in Hong Kong, when it comes to keeping those golden locks look-ing luxe. Where to go for the perfect highlights? Hong Kong blondes want to know!

You spend hundreds of dollars at the grocery store only to discover that the food is expired or moldy! This is what you can do:

Looking for advice about letting children fly back to Hong Kong with a helper while the ex-husband has extended holiday in Europe. Is it allowed? Is it safe?

Creative ideas for ways to reduce the sugar overload at Easter. How do you keep the sugar to a minimum?

Meal times can be painful with a two year old! Is it OK to allow some screen time to get through them? How much is too much though?

What to do when your helper gives chocolate biscuits with jam for a tea time snack? Loads of healthy suggestions here!

What would you do if your helper didn’t return home on Sunday night? And by Monday morning still no sign of her? Should you contact the police?

How do you keep track of expenses and control your expenditures? Some great tips from other moms on how they stay on top of it all.

Week prior oHong KongMoms

Slow cookers are all the rage in kitchens once again.  You would think that makes them easy to find, but no!  We’ve fruitlessly searched all over Hong Kong looking for one. But Hong Kong Moms have come to the rescue once again!
We find empathy from the Hong Kong Moms community when it comes to sensitive issues like dealing with pesky in-laws.  But, is it appropriate to vent these frustrations online?  Hong Kong Moms weigh in for and against.
It all started with an upside down egg…It was meant to be light-hearted and amusing but spiraled out of control when a domestic helper was notified about the post.  There were hurt feelings and tears but it’s all sorted now!
Rice cereal or congee?  Avocado or banana?  An unscientific but interesting survey of first foods around the world!  What was your first food?
Are there just too many marketing posts every Monday?  Are you for it or against it?  Is there a better way?
A thoughtful 11-year old girl wants to buy her Dad a Valentine’s Day present.  Surprisingly, 7-11 sells the girl a can of beer!
After a long day, you sit down on the sofa for a bit of “me” time.  Except, you can’t find the remote!  Genius suggestions about where it might be hiding…
Why does every apple at City Super need to be wrapped in plastic?  Write to City Super to see if Hong Kong Moms can stop the madness!

Thinking about a trip to Lapland for a bit of winter wonderland?  A big thumbs up from this Hong Kong Mom.  Her family loved the reindeer sledding, husky sledding and meeting Santa Claus.

Can anyone help a Canadian couple undergoing kidney transplants at Queen Mary Hospital while they recuperate?  They will be in Hong Kong for one month after the operation and need accommodation not too far from the hospital.

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