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BIOHK2021 Update 香港国际生物科技展資訊更新

BIOHK is an international convention organized by Hong Kong Biotechnology Organization to introduce novel state-of-the-art biotech innovations from around the globe and provide an extensive platform to allow pioneers of the biotech industry to convene, with the purpose of promoting Hong Kong as an international innovation hub for biotech.

However, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, BIOHK2021 had to be postponed several times and now has been decided to be postponed to 10-13 March 2021. But we are always well-prepared and ready to be the first international biotech convention after pandemic. In view of the continuing uncertainties amidst the COVID-19 epidemic, the safety of participants is definitely our prioritized concern. For any subsequent changes, we will promptly notify all stakeholders and exhibitors for getting better prepared and arranged.

It’s true that COVID-19 brings us plenty of negative impacts, on another hand, it arouses awareness in biotech and speeds up the biotech development. BIOHK2021 must be the first International Biotech Convention when COVID-19 is over. So please reserve your time to join this significant biotech event in Hong Kong.

BIOHK2021 team hereby expresses our gratitude for all those supporting to BIOHK2021. We will continue to try our best in organizing BIOHK2021, which brings biotech industry an international biotech event, with the purpose of promoting the biotech development.

Please visit this website or email to info@biohk.org.hk for any enquiries.

香港国际生物科技展是由香港生物科技协会所举办的国际会议,引入全球最创新的生物技术,及提供一个让生物科技行业聚集一堂的平台,旨在促进香港成为国际生物科技创新中心。

可是,受到新型冠状病毒疫情影响,香港国际生物科技展已推迟数次,而香港国际生物科技展现已决定延至2021年3月10日至13日举办。但是我们时刻做好充分准备成为疫情之后的首个国际生物科技大会。由于疫情存在变量,参加者安全必然是我们首要的考虑。如果科技展有任何变动,我们亦会适时通知各持份者及参展商,确保各方有充足时间作准备及安排。

确实,COVID-19给我们带来了很多负面影响,但另一方面,它引起了人们对生物科技的关注及加快生物科技的发展。当新冠肺炎结束时,香港国际生物科技展必会是第一个举办的国际生物科技大会,所以请预留时间参加这个于香港举办的生物科技盛会。

香港国际生物科技展筹委会在此感谢各方的支持,我们会尽最大努力办好香港国际生物科技展,为生物科技界带来一个国际性的生物科技活动,以促进生物科技发展。

如有查询,请浏览本网站或电邮至 info@biohk.org.hk

  • Golden Bauhinia Square
    金紫荆花广场
  • Peak Tam
    山顶缆车
  • Ocean Park Hong Kong
    海洋公园
  • Central
    中环
  • Vicoria Harbour
    维多利亚港
  • Hong Kong Exhibition Center
    香港会议展览中心
 
Dubbed the "Pearl of the Orient", Hong Kong is a uniquely colourful, chaotic and glamorous place to visit. With the stunning Victoria Harbour and the well-loved Star Ferry and Peak Tram among the many attractions the city has to offer, you’d no doubt find plenty of engaging things during your visit.

Hiking
HikingWhile famous for its urban landscape, outside the city, Hong Kong offers some of the most picturesque hiking trails in the region. Among them is Dragon's Back (龍脊). One of the most popular trails, it was voted in 2004 by Time magazine as the best urban hiking route in Asia. Experience the spectacular views of Hong Kong Island as you make your way through a tortuous path along a ridge. At the end of the trail is Big Wave Bay Beach, where you can end the day with a relaxing dip or experience local fast food at one of the few ‘stores’ in the adjacent village. Best of all it is within walking distance from the nearest MTR station.
For the more adventurous, visit the 100km long MacLehose Trail. Described as one of the world’s 20 dream trails by National Geographic, the trail goes through much of New Territories. Beginning in Pak Tam Chung, it follows the breath-taking coastline of eastern Sai Kung, where you navigate past rock columns, sea stacks and sea caves before heading up to many of Hong Kong’s highest peaks, from where you can witness the city moving from afar, before descending to the tranquil Shing Mun Reservoir – home to many species of migratory birds and butterflies. As you continue west, you’ll pass many more valleys and reservoirs such as the scenic Tai Lam Reservoir before concluding in Tuen Mun.
For more information, please visit the Leisure and Cultural Services Department website which features all 42 hiking routes of Hong Kong or The Hong Kong Less Traveled website.

 

Country and Marine Parks
Country and Marine ParksYou can also experience the natural side of Hong Kong by visiting its country and marine parks. There are in total 24 country parks designated for the purposes of nature conservation, countryside recreation and outdoor education and 22 special areas created mainly for the purpose of nature conservation.
Kam Shan Country Park (金山郊野公園) is one of the first Hong Kong country parks and is the closest to urban districts in Kowloon. Set mainly in a reservoir catchment area, it extends to Smugglers' Ridge in the north and is famous for its macaques.
The 61-hectare Hong Kong Wetland Park in Tin Shui Wai, New Territories lets visitors catch a glimpse of the diversity of Hong Kong's wetland ecosystem. Here you can learn the functions and values of wetlands as well as its importance to surrounding wildlife.
Listed in 2011 by UNESCO as part of its Global Geoparks Network, the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark comprises of two sections: Sai Kung, where it is home to hexagonal rock columns of international geological significance, and north-eastern New Territories, where there are sedimentary rocks that showcase the full geological history of Hong Kong. Visitors can visit the geopark either by boat or kayak or by hiking.

For more information, you can visit the website of Agriculture, Fisheries and Conversation Department or the website of Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark.

 

Nightlife
nightlife.pngNestled right behind the hustle and bustle of Central, Lan Kwai Fong is the go-to spot for those looking to have a little bit of fun after work. Home to over 90 restaurants and bars, as well as Hong Kong’s biggest clubs, you can easily find anything from bougie wines to gelatin shots to suit any occasion. Though expect it to get a bit busy on Friday or Saturday nights so be prepared to queue. 
For a different atmosphere, try Lockhart Road in Wan Chai or Knutsford Terrace in Tsim Sha Tsui, both popular destinations to unwind after a long week.

For specific recommendations, you can visit the Hong Kong Tourism Board’s website on nightlife
Food
Food.pngAs one of Asia’s largest and most culturally diverse cities, you can find some of the most authentic dishes from around the world with ease here in Hong Kong. With more restaurants per capita than most cities, Hong Kong’s food scene is vibrant and thriving. From local specialties like dim sum – a range of snack sized dishes commonly served in bamboo containers, to fresh sashimi flown to your table directly from Japan, every trip to a restaurant will leave you asking for more.

For more restaurant recommendations, you can refer to the Hong Kong Tourism Board website, or the Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau. The latest restaurant reviews can be found on OpenRice or directly via the Google Maps app.
Shop
Shop.pngClassic, cutting-edge, everyday and offbeat: the selection of goods being sold by the second in Hong Kong is befitting of a city that’s been a crossroads of global trade for over 150 years. Here’s where you can find what you want — or just lose yourself looking for it.

For more shopping recommendations, you can visit Hong Kong Tourism Board website.