For that you may consider volunteer work (cf the right section), you can always contact your own consulate in Hong Kong if they can help you for a short term work, they always have some ads available.
Always best to look on some blogs or forums (starts with EasyExpat!) where people have been in the same position as you and might be able to help. If you know someone there, it’s even better obviously.
Try to get your network working for being in contact with someone already there. If you are a student you can always look up for getting a summer job in a university in Hong Kong (see right section for that) in your field by contacting some researchers there. They always have needs for summer job students.
You can find here an organisation which actually organizes summer internship programs to Hong-Kong: www.hongkonginternship.com. It is reserved for students though.
A few doors to knock at and ask for any vacancies:
A youth card or student card can offer you a lot of advantages abroad and is a recognition of your status. Two international cards will give you discounts and are essential for those taking a gap year or going backpacking:
What the Cards offer:
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