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Do you love wine, but prefer to share it in a more intimate

setting? This unique concept from Sommelier Kevin Davy

may be the perfect solution.

Sommelier at Home


you private wine-tasting

parties – all you need to

do is let them know your

preferred wines, regions

or themes and they will

do the rest, from the wine

down to the glassware,

decanter, service, and all

the cleaning. The service

provides you with your

very own knowledgeable

sommelier for the evening,

at your home or their

own venue, The Wine

Lab. We’ll drink to that!

Hot products, events, ideas & more






Do you struggle to find time for regular yoga classes? Or do you

miss your workouts when you’re away?


is an awesome

live and interactive online yoga studio, with both live classes and

recordings, so you can practice anywhere, anytime. All you need

is a computer with an internet connection. Sign up for HK$190

per month, and you’ll get unlimited access to all classes, whether

you’re after the standard 60-minute Vinyasa flow or a short-and-

sweet 20-minute abs express. Even better news: Yoogaia is kindly


Expat Living

readers a free 14-day trial. To take advantage

of this offer:

1. Go to

and hit “Start Free Trial”.

2. Follow the steps to set up your account.

3. When prompted, enter the code “YOOGAIAXEXPATLIVING”.

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The expat experience can be challenging for many

women, whether they’re newly arrived, or well


Roar Coaching

, a boutique coaching

service that works specifically with expat women in

Hong Kong, is hosting an upcoming event called

“Reconnect With You”, designed to help women

learn how to live a life based on what makes them

feel alive from the inside out, with self-confidence,

clarity and accountability, instead of relying on

external measures of success. Thursday 10

September, Wan Chai; spaces limited, but more

events will be held if there is sufficient demand.


Fans of

Louise Hill

’s unique, Hong Kong-centric

designs will be thrilled to know she has a new print!

After months of work, the new design will be available

in August.

Chinoiserie in Neutrals

is a triptych (three

panels measuring 76 x 47 cm on the left and right,

and 76 x 74 cm in the centre), featuring Louise’s

renowned mix of Asian-inspired images, layered with

textiles, photography and hand-drawn patterns. Unlike

her other bright designs, this is a limited edition, with

only 100 available. Each set of three will be hand-

stretched, numbered and signed by Louise herself.

Email for details.