Sunday, November 28, 2021

The ExtraOrdinary Exhibition fundraised for HKD120,000

The ExtraOrdinary Exhibition fundraised for HKD120,000 of artworks auctioned to fund women focused charity

The ExtraOrdinary Exhibition fundraised for HKD120,000 of artworks auctioned to fund women focused charity

Opening conversations on women’s health is no easy feat, yet theKaren Leung Foundation’s (KLF), The ExtraOrdinary Exhibition, is a health awareness program that proves to be powerful. Across the last 6 weeks and various locations, the exhibition has sold 25% of their selected artworks and has set goal to raise half a million Hong Kong dollars. 

“The ugly truth is that over 2,000 women annually in Hong Kong are diagnosed with at least one major form of gynecological cancer,” says Katharina Reimer, Executive Director of The Karen Leung Foundation. “And with the lack of communication and knowledge, many miss early treatment. So, we want to bring the local community together to change this difficult conversation into something more relatable – art.” 

The ExtraOrdinary Exhibition features over 40 artworks from local and international artists, carrying paintings, photography, sculptures, and NFT art. Each piece carefully selected from Hong Kong’s rising artists like Claudia Chanhoi, Ka Ying Wong, Vox Vanguard, and more, to interpret a woman’s life experience. Reimer says the foundation’s community and outreach has grown exponentially with many interests from businesses, corporates, and high-level individuals. 

A women-led and women-focused insurance brokerage firm, Alea, begins their partnership with KLF to raise awareness on women-related health issues and donating a portion of each of their sales to support all their programs. 

To further spread the word of women’s health and risks of gynaecological cancer, KLF and the Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation (HKYAF) has released a dance film titled, “BREATHE”, embodying the feminine experience. Directed by Lindsey McAllister, the choreography delves into the emotional toll of one who would suffer from cancer and hopes that this art of expression will resonate with the audience and bring light to women’s wellbeing. 

Proceeds raised from the art exhibition will be used to fund all of KLF’s programs to educate, prevent, and provide support services to women at risk of gynecological cancer. The final leg of this year’s exhibition will be displayed at The Hari Hong Kong until 3rd January 2022, and the online catalogue will be available until 31st December 2021.

THE EXTRAORDINARY EXHIBITION @ THE HARI HONG KONG Location: The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai Duration: 29 September 2021 to 3 January 2022 Price: Free

Sunday, November 21, 2021

M+ celebrates its opening ahead of its public launch

M+ celebrates its opening ahead of its public launch

M+ celebrates its opening ahead of its public launch

M+, Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture in the West Kowloon Cultural District of Hong Kong, opens to the public on Friday, 12 November 2021 with three weekends of celebratory programmes for everyone to enjoy. The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority (WKCDA) and M+ today (11 November) invited guests and media to inaugurate this monumental addition to Hong Kong and Asia’s cultural landscape. 

The media preview of M+ was followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony, officiated by Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR); Wang Songmiao, Secretary-General of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the HKSAR; Henry Tang, Chairman of the Board of the WKCDA; John Lee Ka-chiu, Chief Secretary for Administration of the HKSAR; Victor Lo, Chairman of the M+ Board; Ronald Arculli, Vice Chairman of the Board of the WKCDA; Caspar Tsui, Secretary for Home Affairs of the HKSAR Government; Betty Fung, Chief Executive Officer of WKCDA; and Suhanya Raffel, Museum Director, M+. Other guests attending the event included members of the WKCDA Board, the M+ Board, the Board of the Hong Kong Palace Museum, committees and panels of the WKCDA, government officials, and other stakeholders. 

Mrs Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region said, “M+ is the much-anticipated flagship project for the local and international visual arts sector. The museum’s scale is second to none in Asia. It houses and displays visual culture collections from Hong Kong, Mainland China, Asia and other regions. Looking ahead, we have the grand opening of the Hong Kong Palace Museum scheduled for mid-2022, so along with the newly renovated Hong Kong Museum of Art, Victoria Harbour will soon be home to three spectacular world-class museum facilities, paving the way for Hong Kong to become a global landmark for visual art and culture.” 

Henry Tang said, ‘The opening of M+ completes a major milestone in the development of West Kowloon, making a vital contribution to the future of Hong Kong as one of the world’s leading art hubs, and a world-class tourism destination for local, regional, and international visitors. Together with other arts and cultural facilities in the West Kowloon Cultural District, M+ will offer visitors an arts and cultural journey with a holistic experience, creating multiple synergies with regional and international cultural partners that will help revitalise Hong Kong’s tourism industry in a post-pandemic world.’ 

Victor Lo said, ‘For many years, M+ has nurtured the careers of artists from Hong Kong and Mainland China through the acquisition of works and by supporting emerging talent through our programme of awards, commissions and displays. We are delighted to open the doors of M+, Asia’s first global museum of contemporary visual culture, so that we can build on our role to enrich the lives of this region’s artists, makers, practitioners, and professionals while fostering cultural exchange between Hong Kong and the world.’ 

Suhanya Raffel said, ‘Our vision for M+ is to build a community of learning that encourages empathy, respect, multiple perspectives, and creativity through visual culture for all our audiences to benefit from. By offering an open and welcoming platform with creative learning experiences, M+ is dedicated to creating an active culture that connects people, objects and spaces. It is our hope that the museum inspires the city’s residents and international visitors alike.’ The opening displays feature M+’s pre-eminent collections of visual art, design and architecture, and moving image from Hong Kong, Greater China, Asia, and beyond. The presentations showcase approximately 1,500 works across thirty-three galleries and other spaces in the museum. 

To inaugurate the new galleries, six exhibitions enable visitors to explore the overarching multidisciplinary and interregional themes and narratives at the heart of the collections M+ has built since 2012: Hong Kong: Here and Beyond (G, Main Hall Gallery) – divided into four chapters, Here, Identities, Places and Beyond, the exhibition captures the city’s transformation and unique visual culture from the 1960s to the present; M+ Sigg Collection: From Revolution to Globalisation (level 2, Sigg Galleries) – a chronological survey of the development of contemporary Chinese art from the 1970s through the 2000s drawn from the M+ Sigg Collection; Things, Spaces, Interactions (level 2, East Galleries) – a thematic and chronological exploration of international design and architecture over the last seventy years and their relevance to our lives today; Individuals, Networks, Expressions (level 2, South Galleries) – a narrative of post-war international visual art told from the perspective of Asia; Antony Gormley: Asian Field (level 2, West Gallery) – an expansive installation of tens of thousands of clay figurines created by the world-renowned British sculptor together with 300 villagers from a Guangdong village in five days in 2003, reflecting the country’s vast territory and population; and The Dream of the Museum (level 2, Courtyard Galleries) – a global constellation of conceptual art practices at the heart of M+’s unique Asian context.

Visitors will encounter additional new commissions upon entering the Main Hall by Taiwan’s leading calligraphy artist Tong Yang-Tze, and the Donor Wall Texture, a digital composition of text displayed on an LED screen by acclaimed Japan’s designer Nakamura Yugo. In the Found Space, M+’s subterranean display space for large-scale multidisciplinary works, the first in a dynamic series of installations will present the work of artists Chen Zhen and Danh Vo. 

A new M+ Commission by Haegue Yang features long braids of metal bells that hang from ceilings of different heights. Video highlights from the collection and a ten-part animation How to Build a Museum by Vincent Broquaire are featured on the M+ Facade. Designed by a global team of the world-renowned architecture practice Herzog & de Meuron in partnership with TFP Farrells and Arup, the 65,000-square-metre M+ building is among Hong Kong’s most iconic landmarks, both monumental in its architectural form and radically open in its position in the urban landscape. 

Located on the Victoria Harbour waterfront, the architecture consists of a striking terracotta tile-clad tower, featuring a dynamic LED media system on the south facade for the display of M+ content, defining the museum’s place within the urban landscape and contributing to the city’s vibrant night-time environment. To celebrate the opening of the museum, M+ will stage opening programmes for the public across three Fridays and weekends following the launch, featuring special tours, making workshops, sensory experiences, live performances, screenings, and digital engagement. The Grand Stair will screen the documentary Building M+, and host M+ Live Art x Hong Kong Ballet - Five Tiny Dances. A dedicated learning programme will engage families and audiences from different backgrounds and community groups in Hong Kong with the full breadth of its offer as a museum of visual culture. Visitors can explore M+’s collection of moving image works in the Mediatheque, selecting artists’ films and videos to watch, including works related to multimedia artist Nam June Paik. The M+ Cinema, which will be open early next year, is a unique addition to Hong Kong’s art house landscape, comprising a suite of three cinema houses of different capacities. All visitors will enjoy free admission to M+ exhibitions, except for special exhibitions and events, in the first twelve months after the opening date. Special exhibitions and events as well as cinema screenings may require separate paid tickets. For details on M+’s registration arrangements, opening hours and opening programmes, please visit the M+ website.

M+ would like to acknowledge the sponsors of its inaugural exhibitions, including Presenting Sponsors J.P. Morgan and Principal Financial Group, Major Sponsor Bloomberg Philanthropies, as well as Supporting Sponsors Chartwell Capital Limited and Hublot. Support for the museum’s learning and community programmes have been provided by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation and Sino Group. M+ also acknowledges the General Sponsor of the museum opening, Goldman Sachs, as well as De Ying Foundation which supports a curatorial position. The public is welcome to join M+ Membership and support the development of museum through sponsorship, donations, and patronage. For members and patrons, the M+ Lounge, occupying level 11 of the M+ tower, is not only a comfortable space reserved exclusively to dine, drink and relax, but also a showcase of the Living Collection of Hong Kong-based artist and architect William Lim and his wife Lavina Lim.

For details, please visit the M+ website. M+ members will enjoy greater access to the museum and exclusive privileges. ### Notes to Editors Online presence Website Facebook M+, West Kowloon Cultural District Instagram @mplusmuseum Twitter @mplusmuseum YouTube M Plus WeChat MPlus 博物馆

Sunday, November 14, 2021

West Bund Art & Design

West Bund Art & Design

West Bund Art Center, Shanghai 11-14 November 2021 Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to participate in the 2021 edition of West Bund Art & Design with a selection of works by Miquel Barceló, Georg Baselitz, Mandy El-Sayegh, Alex Katz, Lee Bul, Jason Martin, Yan Pei-Ming, Robert Rauschenberg, Emilio Vedova and Erwin Wurm. 

Representing over 60 artists, including many world-renowned names as well as major artist’s estates, Thaddaeus Ropac has five spaces in Europe and operates globally. The gallery has recently expanded to Asia with a new Seoul location opened on 6 October 2021, led by Executive Director Kyu Jin Huang. 

Its continued expansion in Asia reflects the gallery’s commitment to bringing its artists to new audiences and deepening meaningful relationships with artists, collectors and institutions across Asia, in the lead up to major exhibitions which are planned for this coming year and beyond. 

Dawn Zhu, newly appointed Director for Asia comments, ‘We are delighted to return to the West Bund Art & Design, with highlight works by Georg Baselitz, whose solo exhibition is currently on show at our Seoul gallery; Robert Rauschenberg’s late 80s work from one of his most experimental and innovative series; Alex Katz’s portraiture of supermodel Christy Turlington, painted with his iconic line and flat fields of vibrant colours; as well as new works by emerging female artist Mandy El-Sayegh. This is my first art fair after joining the gallery and I look forward to welcoming our clients in person.’ 

Enter Online Viewing Room About Thaddaeus Ropac Specialising in contemporary art and representing over 60 artists, Thaddaeus Ropac supports and showcases the careers of some of the most influential artists today with a wide-ranging programme of over 40 exhibitions curated at the five extensive and historic gallery spaces each year. 

Thaddaeus Ropac also represents a number of renowned artist estates and continues to build on their legacy, as well as providing curatorial expertise, acting as consultant to major museums and public institutions and advising private and corporate collections. Active in both the primary and secondary markets, the gallery also represents its artists at all major international art fairs. We run our own publishing house, producing catalogues and books to accompany exhibitions, contributing to new scholarship and a wider art-historical discourse by inviting prominent art historians, curators and writers to collaborate. 

Thaddaeus Ropac's galleries, which span a total of 12,000 square meters, are located in London at Ely House, a five-floor listed mansion in Mayfair that was formerly the Bishop of Ely’s London residence; in Paris both in the Marais and an extensive early 20th century ironworks factory in Pantin which was redeveloped to accommodate the display of large-scale artworks; in Salzburg at the Villa Kast, a 19th century townhouse in the Mirabell Garden in the historic city centre, as well as Salzburg Halle, a converted industrial space close to the city centre.




Today, Canada Goose (NYSE: GOOS, TSX: GOOS) launches its first-ever Footwear Collection, debuting two innovative styles for men and women: the Snow Mantra Boots and the Journey Boots. As the ultimate expression of the brand, this new category delivers on its purpose and takes its acclaimed function-first design to another level. 

"Building new categories is a core competency for us and footwear is the natural next step in our product portfolio," said Dani Reiss, President & CEO, Canada Goose. "Canada Goose Footwear has been years in the making, as we defined and developed this category unlike anything seen before – something that our consumers have long been asking us for. This collection exemplifies the Canada Goose lifestyle, standing the test of time and the elements." 

The collection launches with a global campaign that explores real stories of real people through three videos: Romeo Beckham; Indigenous Artist & Activist, Sarain Fox; and Indigenous Leader and Former NHL Player, Jordin Tootoo. Their powerful stories of resilience and perseverance, of defining their own paths, are told through Canada Goose’s Live in the Open ethos, which invites people to express themselves freely without judgment. 

Living within that ethos is a Force of Nature, detailing personal journeys, each striving for their own metaphorical summit. Gear testing is a fundamental part of the design process at Canada Goose with its network of industry experts. For Footwear, the brand tapped adventurers, athletes, researchers and cinematographers to test the boots over a course of six months. They embodied the mantra of living in the open, traversing continents and logging thousands of kilometers, across diverse terrain and a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions. The brand was inspired by its six-decade product archive for this collection - a design technique that mirrors its approach to outerwear and apparel, reimagining and reinventing its iconic pieces. 

The Snow Mantra Parka served as the inspiration for the two footwear styles, employing the same legendary features and performance qualities. Canada Goose footwear is handcrafted by experts and each pair are one-of-a-kind. The patina of the soft and durable leather is a hallmark of its high quality, a characteristic that develops over time and tells a story of its adventures. The Snow Mantra Boots are made of nylon, called Tundra Tech, and leather, and are packed with the DNA of its namesake parka counterpart. The boot is designed for use in extreme environments, which requires a secure fit, as well as additional warmth and comfort. The insulated liner molds to the foot shape over time to create a unique and tailored fit. 

As with any Canada Goose product, the features make it versatile and adaptable to wear and deliver beyond extreme temperatures. Drawcords and cord locks allow for quick adjustments and seal out the elements, while the varied lacing modes create different fits for wear in diverse environments. The Snow Mantra Boot is available in black, white, and red for men and women.


The Journey is a performance luxury hiking boot, handmade in Italy and inspired by vintage hiking boots. The versatility and custom fit are also brought into this style. The upper, constructed with just three pieces, guarantees flexibility and as a result, enduring use, as it too will mold to the foot’s shape. The scratch rubber bumper is a refined take on protection, with the chamfered edge referencing the texture from climbing shoes and providing protection from water or rock. The Journey Boot comes in black, white/snowcap, tundra clay/camel for women, and black, dark cedarwood/black, mid-grey/white for men; the latter of which is made with suede. Both styles are built with a waterproof membrane, creating a fully sealed barrier. 

They’re each rated on the brand’s proprietary Thermal Experience Index (TEI), just like its outerwear, another testament to the performance and heritage of the styles. The Snow Mantra Boot is a TEI 5, protecting in temperatures that reach -30°C / -25°F and below, while the Journey Boot is a TEI 2, designed for 0°C to -15°C / 32°F to 5°F. Canada Goose relentlessly seeks to be sustainably innovative, focused on enacting change and driving impact through its HUMANATURE purpose platform, which unites its sustainability and values-based initiatives. Canada Goose Footwear strengthens this focus. The Snow Mantra and Journey Boots are made with responsibly sourced TerraCare® Leather. TerraCare® is dedicated to using and developing ecological tanning methods, resulting in lower water and chemical consumption. Specific to innovation, the Snow Mantra Boots are made with Primaloft® Gold Insulation and Primaloft® Aerogel, allowing the boots to function under repeated compression, wear and use, as well as retain and provide warmth when wet. The brand’s 35+ stores will further support the storytelling around the launch with dedicated retail theatre, and interactive and immersive experiences that bring footwear to life as an exhibition. All footwear purchased will be packaged in an exclusive and limited-edition case that emphasizes the ultimate in protection and durability in a functional model. Additionally, 3D vortex murals in select cities around the world literally demonstrate a Force of Nature. Canada Goose Footwear is available now in its stores around the world, online at and at select wholesale partners.

PICI Joins in Celebrating Kapok's 15th Anniversary

PICI Joins in Celebrating Kapok's 15th Anniversary with Special Tasting Menu and Instagram Painting Competition

PICI Joins in Celebrating Kapok's 15th Anniversary
PICI Joins in Celebrating Kapok's 15th Anniversary

PICI, the beloved neighbourhood Italian pasta bar, joins kapok, Hong Kong's first, homegrown lifestyle select store, in celebrating its 15th anniversary.

Tasting Menu & Shopping Discount

To herald this special milestone, the homegrown brands have collaborated on an exclusive, limited experience - PICI x kapok Tasting Menu.

Available from 1- 30 November for dinner, it features seven signature PICI dishes that reflect kapok's 'future classics' ethos.

The meal begins with a piquant Tuna Tartare, followed by a plate of pure comfort - Homemade Meatballs. Mains are a pasta feast consisting of three PICI fan favourites including the spicy Orecchiete 'Nduja, the fragrant Tagliolini Truffle, and the indulgent Ravioli Carbonara. The meal comes to a sweet finish with a duo of Italian desserts - Tiramisu and Panna Cotta.

All dishes are served for sharing, at HKD290 per person.

Customers who shop at kapok Sun Street from 1 - 30 November are eligible to enjoy the PICI x kapok Tasting Menu for HKD260, with the additional delight of being welcomed with a complimentary glass of prosecco.

Guests who dine at PICI Wan Chai during the same period are eligible for a 10% discount on their purchases at kapok Sun Street.

Terms & conditions apply.

Sunday, November 07, 2021




The Fall/Winter 2021 THE ICONS collection from Canada Goose introduces two capsules that feature elevated takes on the brand’s defining styles. Born from Canada Goose’s heritage and design expertise, and inspired by its six-decade archive, THE ICONS reinterprets key pieces that are deeply engrained in the brand's legacy. Timeless, tested, and legendary, the Snow Mantra Parka, Chilliwack Bomber and Freestyle Vest come to life in a colourful and refreshing new way. Renowned as one of the warmest coats on earth, and one of the most iconic pieces in the Canada Goose archive, the Snow Mantra Parka is the pinnacle of performance and function. 

The jacket's influence is engrained in the brand with its DNA guiding a design feature in nearly every Canada Goose design. Developed for bush pilots in Canada’s North, the Chilliwack Bomber provides durability, warmth, and mobility. A popular and iconic style, the Chilliwack is one of Canada Goose’s most beloved jackets. The Freestyle Vest is a versatile layering piece, offering maximum warmth and comfort perfect for the transitional seasons. It is the classic, functional, and adaptable nature of these products that make them iconic Canada Goose pieces. 

This season, these heritage styles are reimagined through two refined unisex capsules: Glacial Haze and X-RAY First Frost. THE ICONS’ first new capsule, Glacial Haze, is a dramatic and moody collection inspired by the colour and texture of arctic glaciers, and the misty, hazy conditions of the northern waters. As a brand born in the North, Canada Goose draws inspiration from its people, communities, and extraordinary environments. 

As a result, the collection is brought to life in a range of icy hues – White, Dawn Blue and Spirit. The Glacial Haze Snow Mantra Parka (HKD 14,000), Glacial Haze Chilliwack Bomber (HKD 8,400) and Glacial Haze Freestyle Vest (HKD 4,300) all articulated with white trims – zippers, buttons, d-rings, pull tabs and a white silicone Canada Goose disc – for a contemporary and bold design without sacrificing performance and function. Created for high altitude performance, the fabric is lightweight, durable, soft, highly water-resistant, and breathable to provide unparalleled element protection in any climate. 

X-RAY First Frost evokes the unique phenomenon of bright Arctic flowers blooming through snow, crafted in a transparent fabric that is exceptionally lightweight, and water and wind-resistant. The capsule features the X-RAY Freestyle Vest (HKD 9,800), X-RAY Chilliwack Bomber (HKD 11,300), X-RAY Snow Mantra Parka (HKD 18,900), offered in Electric Yellow, Overboard Yellow, Summit Pink, Sunset Orange and Pacific Blue that mimic the look of nature’s vibrant colours softened by frost.

The collection also includes the X-RAY Arctic Disc Toque (HKD 2,400) offered in Electric Yellow, Overboard Yellow, Summit Pink and Sunset Orange finished with a transparent silicone Canada Goose disc. THE ICONS Glacial Haze capsule is available from October 28th at select Canada Goose retail stores, online at and select wholesale partners globally. X-RAY First Frost is available starting December 12th exclusively in Asia-Pacific at select Canada Goose retail stores, online at and select wholesale partners.



XR 21

The World’s No. 1 whisky brand* - Johnnie Walker, with one of its exclusive blends John Walker & Sons XR 21, symbolising the rich heritage and legacy that John Walker passed on to his successors since 1820. From November 1 to 30, Johnnie Walker is going to join hands with The Chinese Library, a contemporary regional Chinese restaurant in Tai Kwun, to launch four seasonal dishes which match perfectly with Johnnie Walker & Sons XR 21.

The warmth of the whisky pairs particularly well with chestnuts, and thus The Chinese Library created a quartet of dishes deliciously incorporating chestnuts, allowing diners to personally experience the surprises brought by the extraordinary whisky and the tasty delicacies for autumn and winter to the taste buds. Using an extremely rare three-stage blending method, the creation of John Walker & Sons XR 21 whisky requires unparalleled dedication from the most-skilled craftsmen.

Sharing the same brand values as Johnnie Walker, The Chinese Library meticulously creates innovative dishes with expert craftsmanship celebrating the city’s most favoured Chinese food loved and embraced by the people of Hong Kong. The 21-Year-Old whiskey itself has a slight peat, smoky and chestnut aroma, making it a heavenly match with the smoky roasted chestnuts traditionally found in Hong Kong during the colder months. 

Enjoying the whisky with chestnuts will bring the smoky flavour of the whisky to the next level. Johnnie Walker and The Chinese Library collaboratively launch four seasonal, limited-time chestnut specials that form a perfect match with the remarkable whisky. Creatively prepared by The Chinese Library’s Executive Chef Junno Li Zhen Long through diverse cooking methods, each dish has the option to be paired with a glass of John Walker & Sons XR 21 whisky (a la carte: HK$278 for 50ml). Featuring peerless whiskies and seasonal delicacies, the heavenly-matched pairing is available for a limited time only for lunch and dinner.

Singles Day Sales Bonanza

Singles Day Sales Bonanza

Singles Day Sales Bonanza.
Singles Day Sales Bonanza


JD sells 190 million products within the first four hours of Singles Day Grand Promotion JD's Singles Day Grand Promotion kicked off at 8 pm on October 31, and within four hours saw 190 million products sold on the platform. The sale started earlier this year to enable JD's more than 530 million customers to take advantage of the sales without staying up into the late hours of the night.

Some trends observed in the early hours of the promotion include high demand for new products, with the transaction volume of iPhones exceeding RMB 100 million yuan in just three seconds. Sports equipment saw a surge, likely propelled by excitement for the upcoming 2022 Beijing Olympics. Additionally, the rising pet economy contributed to strong sales, with sales of healthcare products for pets climbing by 300% YOY. Read more about other trends here.

JD aims to offer 400 million new products during Singles Day During this year's Singles Day Grand Promotion, JD will offer over 400 million new products, with more than 1,200 new product categories expected to see sales double. JD's "New Product and Consumption and Market" report released on October 28 revealed a 50% increase of new product launches and sales in the first three quarters of 2021. Read more about the trends driving new product sales here.

Boosting agri-product sales JD has vowed to prioritize the sales of more than 1,000 premier Chinese agri-products on the platform, thereby increasing farmers' income growth. JD announced the goal of selling more than RMB 30 billion yuan-worth of agri-products during this year's Singles Day Grand Promotion, and pre-sales figures have been promising, with the average daily transaction volume of agricultural products on the platform increasing 5.8 times compared with sales in October.

JD will also deploy its intelligent city technology to source agricultural products and digitalize the supply chain process from their origins all the way to customers.


JD Logistics deploys autonomous delivery vehicles amidst Beijing outbreak Hours after a positive COVID-19 result prompted Beijing's Furongli community to go into lockdown, JD Logistics allocated autonomous delivery vehicles to service the residents with contact-free delivery of both necessities and non-urgent items, ensuring that customers stay safe and comfortable through the lockdown. Since 2020, JDL has deployed its autonomous delivery vehicles for COVID-19 relief in four cities, namely Wuhan, Shijiazhuang, Guangzhou, and now in Beijing.

Saturday, November 06, 2021

Café Circles 呈獻節日自助餐 12 月10日或之前預訂可享8折早鳥優惠

Café Circles 呈獻節日自助餐 12 月10日或之前預訂可享8折早鳥優惠.

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 Café Circles 於12月為客人預備無限量供應的新鮮海鮮、各式冷盤熱葷、即席烹調意大利粉以及傳統應節美食,包括聖誕烤火雞、燒意式脆皮豬腩卷燒及法式焦糖燉鵝肝等。

大廚亦精心預備了琳琅滿目的甜點,包括造型精緻的聖誕樹頭蛋糕、瑞士芝士火鍋及火焰雪山等,讓節慶聚會更甜蜜美滿。 現於2021 年 12 月10日或之前預訂自助餐並繳付全費,可享8折早鳥優惠! 節日自助午餐價錢為港幣$498(成人)及港幣$428 (小童及長者)起;節日自助晚餐為港幣$518(成人)及港幣$448 (小童及長者)起,須繳付全費方可享用8折早鳥優惠。

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