Ready to get lost? Teens will love it, as they need to work as a team to solve puzzles and perform actions to escape from a bunch of different scenarios. What better way for teens to release a bit of energy than to let loose in this mega park in Quarry Bay on Hong Kong Island. The park features more than 40 trampolines, including foam pits, trapezes and angled-wall trampolines — even a ninja obstacle course for a dose of stealthy fun. This is the perfect way to try out camping without having to invest in all the gear. Head out to Pui O Beach on Lantau for a night of camping or glamping if you want to upscale.
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One pulled him into a headlock and soon he was swarmed on the ground. A loud bang reverberated through the street. Hours later, photographs of a protester shot in the thigh did the rounds of social media. Public broadcaster RTHK said someone had been hit by a live bullet. While idealistic students have played key roles in social and political movements around the world, Hong Kong's teenagers are turning into activists at an unusually young age. As thousands have taken to Hong Kong's streets this summer, marching through tear gas and baton wielding officers, some of those demonstrating have been students just out of middle school or even still in it.
Hong Kong's protesting teens face arrest, bullets, foster care
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Not only are they notoriously hard to please, but they also get into the latest crazes faster than most parents can keep up. What they want most are fun and engaging activities they can document on Snapchat and Instagram. Please note the following:.