The book reveals Hong Kong through the eyes of insiders like Johnny Chung, Senior Bartender, who is the longest serving staff member with more than 53 years of service. Available in all rooms and suites, the beautifully illustrated book is chock full of anecdotes illustrating the lesser known aspects of Hong Kong, such as 500-year-old villages, the little island where prawn paste is still made by hand, and rare festivities such as the annual Fire Dragon Dance.
Visitors to "The Pen" in 2011 can participate in the "Our Hong Kong" program, which will include excursions to unique areas and activities introduced by staff as part of The Peninsula Academy, the hotel’s award-winning Chinese Cultural Experience learning vacation program, as well as special menus in the hotel’s Chinese restaurant, Spring Moon, featuring home-grown dishes that represent the culinary heritage of Hong Kong.
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