Laptop Recycling


Laptop Recycling

In a bid to minimise the pollution to the environment, FORTRESS has launched the first-in-market laptop recycling programme with Caritas Hong Kong. The programme not only encourages customers to recycle laptops, but also helps train up youth to repair laptops donated to low-income families.

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Warm Bento


Warm Bento

PARKnSHOP and Knorr’s volunteer teams joined hands to promote food rescue during the City Food Drive Volunteer Day. At the Food Angel’s Community Centre, they prepared meal boxes and enjoyed fun time with the elders. There was also an outreach team to deliver meal boxes and goodie bags to the underprivileged living in Shamshuipo district.

Watsons Strengthens its Commitment to Fight Climate Change


ClimatePartner KV eng Watsons Strengthens its Commitment to Fight Climate Change

With a Target to Offset 2,250 Tons of Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Watsons, the flagship health and beauty brand of A.S. Watson Group, is strengthening its commitment to climate change with a target to offset 2,250 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Devoted to “Look Good. Do Good. Feel Great.” with its customers, Watsons will contribute a part of its profits to CO2 offset projects in collaboration with ClimatePartner, a climate protection organisation, for every purchase of Sustainable Choice products exclusively at Watsons.

Sporting Heros


Sporting Heros

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.

A.S. Watson Group
Recognises 883 Outstanding Student Athletes
to Foster Positivity in Adversity


Sstudents Awards photo banner copy RV A.S. Watson Group <br> Recognises 883 Outstanding Student Athletes <br> to Foster Positivity in Adversity

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.