A.S. Watson Group organised the Project LOL Elderly Visit, a highlighting activity of Smile for Good 2021, sharing love and smiles with 2,000 singleton elderly in Hong Kong. With the support of colleagues from PARKnSHOP, Watsons, FORTRESS, Watson’s Wine and Watsons Water, the elderly enjoyed a wonderful time filled with love, joy and happiness.
The Watsons Athletic Club Annual Challenge 2021 (the Annual Challenge) was held from 1 to 3 October 2021 in the Wan Chai Sports Ground. This was the first large-scale athletics competition in Hong Kong since the pandemic, attracting over 2,800 participants across 33 events.
TRU NIAGEN® exceeded 1.3 million bottles of consumption by Watsons customers since launch in 2017. A dietary supplement from innovator ChromaDex that promotes metabolic reactions in cells by significantly boosting NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) continues to see increasing popularity and loyalty in Hong Kong. Watsons is the first retailer to introduce this innovative product exclusively four years ago, and the exclusive partnership will extend for another three years.
A.S. Watson Group Hong Kong Student Sports Awards (HKSSA) congratulates Hong Kong athletes on their historic achievements at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Before the Paralympics kicks off, HKSSA would like to express sincere gratitude to the 70 athletes as well as their coaches who represent Hong Kong at the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Their dedication and perseverance are important in contributing to the world of sports.
CK Hutchison’s unaudited results for the six months ended 30 June 2021 (in PDF)
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Young Hong Kong athletes were recognised for their outstanding achivements at the 16th A.S. Watson Group Hong Kong Student Sports Awards. This year, 883 student sports elites from Hong Kong primary, secondary and special schools were honoured, in a ceremony that was livestreamed for the first time so that winners could share their joy with friends and family members. Over 85% of Hong Kong schools now take part in the awards, and promote a “Yes I can!” spirit that has helped keep young athletes motivated during the past year. Daniel Chan, one of Hong Kong’s top para badminton athletes, who has secured a spot in the Tokyo Paralympic Games, spoke at the awards ceremony about his journey from life-changing traffic accident to becoming Hong Kong’s top wheelchair badminton player. He encouraged students to remain positive in the face of adversity and fight to realise their dreams.
The A.S. Watson Group Hong Kong Student Sports Awards (HKSSA) organised the awards presentation ceremony in live webcast for the first time, to recognise a group of student athletes who achieved outstanding sports results and had been working tirelessly to pursue their goal regardless of the challenges brought by the pandemic. The online ceremony was livestreamed via social media platforms, enabling winners to share the joy with their family members and friends in real time.