After-parties with top DJ'sWednesday, 22 August, 2007, 12:00am
The bento box is a nifty Japanese set lunch. A balanced meal of different flavours, colours and textures is attractively presented in a compartmentalised box. The selection can range from seafood tempura to grilled meats and vegetarian dishes, but some items are staples: vinegared sushi rice, seasonal sashimi, Japanese pickles and raw or cooked vegetables.29 Jun 2006 - 12:00am
Even a US$1 million bid was not enough to attract world number one Tiger Woods to next month's Perrier Hong Kong Open Championship.
This was the appearance money the organisers were willing to spend on signing up golf's biggest name for the SAR's oldest sporting event. They also went in search of Spanish teenage sensation Sergio Garcia and the legendary Jack Nicklaus.20 Oct 1999 - 12:00am
Mineral water producer Perrier has dived into Operation Santa Claus with a pledge to donate sales to the appeal. The firm is offering a year's supply, or 16 crates of 24 cans, for $3,008 - a lucky number. All the revenue from the first 50 sales will go to the campaign, which means more than $150,000 could be raised.9 Dec 1997 - 12:00am
Perrier has recorded improved sales in Hong Kong following a summer promotion, a company official says.
The French sparkling mineral water company spent $5 million on a travelling roadshow and television advertising campaign. The two-month promotion finishes next week.21 Aug 1996 - 12:00am
A FRENCH movie-goer was invited to the Hong Kong premiere of Goldeneye, the new James Bond film, at the Ocean Theatre on Tuesday night. The invitation to the event, sponsored by Perrier, said: 'Cocktail and movie at 8.45pm.' He and hundreds of guests turned up on time, but the film was not shown until 10pm.24 Dec 1995 - 12:00am
UNDERDOGS Perrier pulled off another upset in the U2 Premier squash League when they toppled defending champions Hong Kong Football Club at Happy Valley yesterday to maintain their pole position in the standings.18 Sep 1994 - 12:00am
THE round-the-world motorcyclist, Mr Philippe Rahmani, whose financial plight was reported in the last issue of Motoring Post , is finally on his way again.
Perrier, the famous mineral water purveyors, has come to his rescue with a contribution of US$5,000 to end the adventurer's two-month delay in Hongkong.14 May 1993 - 12:00am
THEY are expensive, fashionable and maybe even taste better, but is mineral water healthier than the tap or distilled variety? Probably not, say nutritionists and doctors, adding that if a person has a healthy diet and lifestyle, the benefits of minerals in the popular bottled waters are negligible.7 Mar 1993 - 12:00am