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As recommended by Institute members


“I recommend having a cappuccino with churros on the side at Miles by MMT, a new cafe in Tai Hang. The coffee was very well balanced with a hint of nuttiness, which went well with the snacks. They have a very good range of food and drinks on their menu, so I’m definitely going back!” – Desmond Chun CPA, Senior Tax Associate at PwC

Address: G/F, 8-10 Wun Sha Street, Tai Hang


“I recommend All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum. In this book, the author explains how what we learn in kindergarten comes up again and again in our lives – but in far more complex forms. He writes on how life will continually test us to see if we have understood and have practiced what we were taught that first year of school, which makes it an interesting read. I do agree with the author that imagination is stronger than knowledge; that myth is more potent than history; that dreams are more powerful than facts; that hope always triumphs over experience; and that laughter is the only cure for grief.” –  Bryan Ho FCPA, Chief Financial Officer at iFund

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“I have always been a fan of Cantopop and my recent favourite song is Galactic Repairman (銀河修理員) by Hong Kong indie band Dear Jane. Listening to this song after a long stressful day at work – and singing along sometimes – really pumps me up!” – Kenneth Ho CPA, Finance Director at Oracle Systems Hong Kong

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