A.S. Watson Group (ASW), the retail arm of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited(0001.HK), Yonghui Superstores Co Ltd. (601933.SS) and Tencent Holdings Ltd. (0700.HK) jointly announced the agreement to form a joint venture to redefine grocery retail in Guangdong, China.
PARKnSHOP volunteering team organised an Elderly Fun Day in conjunction with YWCA. The day saw 20 seniors visit The Peak to enjoy a panoramic view of Hong Kong, followed by a delicious afternoon tea at the YWCA Garden View Hong Kong. Each participant even took home a box of Baker’s Choice mooncake to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival.
PARKnSHOP Hong Kong and Food Angel marked the 5th anniversary of their collaboration to deliver nutritious meals to people in need. In addition to running the annual City Food Drive, in which customers and PARKnSHOP together donate staple items such as noodles and cooking oil to Food Angel, they also launched Food Rescue@PARKnSHOP, which encourages customers to appreciate food and promotes Smart Food recipes to minimise food waste.
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Mr Li Ka-shing made a surprise appearance at Food Angel’s Community Centre in Sham Shui Po to celebrate the Chinese New Year with the senior citizens enjoying meals at the centre. Mr Dominic Lai, Group Managing Director of A.S. Watson Group, Ms Malina Ngai, Group Chief Operating Officer of A.S. Watson Group, and 20 PARKnSHOP volunteers also joined the visit.
Mr Li brought his best wishes of good luck and health to the elders. As he is celebrating his 90th birthday this year, Mr Li made a joke of himself, saying that he will become a member of the “Post-90s” very soon. He brought along with him some fruit and rice for the elderly, and also enjoyed a lunch with them at the community centre. During the visit, Mr Li pledged a donation of HK$10 million in the name of the Li Ka Shing Foundation to help Food Angel expand its community work.
On a wintery afternoon, staff from PARKnSHOP China brought gifts and visited a colleague, Mr. Ma. Despite having to overcome a life of disability and hardship, Mr. Ma had always been grateful for his job as a grass-roots worker in the distribution centre and performed his duties well. The visit from his colleagues was a simple but wonderful act of kindness, warmth and friendship that made Mr. Ma feel appreciated and loved.
Students from four Hong Kong schools that completed outstanding green projects in the PARKnSHOP Green School Programme have been recognised. Students and teachers from each of the teams gave a short presentation about their projects and were given prizes, students then took part in a jam-making workshop.