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1. The Future of Travel - Wearable Computing at Airports
Smart watches, smart glasses and other wearable computing devices will be part of the airport of the future, according to the latest findings from SITA Lab. The technology research team has conducted the earliest trials into the use of wearable computing at airlines and airports and issued its findings in a paper released on Thursday.Technology observers are touting wearable comput
2. Lucaris Becomes Official Partner of Vinexpo
Lucaris is to promote its crystal glasses at the upcoming Vinexpo Asia-Pacific 2014 which will be held at the Hong Kong Conference and Exhibition Centre [HKCEC] over three days, from 27 to 29 May 2014. Lucaris which launched its brand in 2010 under the moniker ‘Crystal of Modern Asia’ produces high quality crystal glassware which is highly regarded by the food and beverage industry
3. Celebrated Designer Creates Claridge’s Christmas Tree
Claridge’s Christmas tree has this year been designed by long-time guest Alber Elbaz, Creative Director of the famous fashion house of Lanvin. Exclusively for Claridge’s, Mr. Elbaz has created a dream world of colour and fantasy with his signature marionettes and at the top of the tree is a silk figurine of himself with trademark glasses and bowtie, complete with the festive spirit
4. Hotel Jen in Hong Kong launches Moët & Chandon Champagne Evenings
Hotel Jen in Hong Kong launches Moët & Chandon Champagne Evenings. The Sky Lounge at Hotel Jen in Hong Kong, has launched Moët & Chandon Champagne Evenings. Available daily from 8pm – 1am, for just $168+, hotel guests and visitors to the hotel can enjoy two glasses of Moët & Chandon as well as a selection of canapés.
5. Fleming Hotel in HK Launches Unlimited Wine Promotion
The Fleming hotel in Wanchai, Hong Kong, is offering unlimited glasses of wine with complimentary snacks for just HK$138 between 18:30 and 22:30 throughout summer. And for HK$108 extra, an ever-changing ‘Chef’s Choice’ dish, such as steak, pasta, or seafood is also on the menu each day.
6. Sony's 3D Entertainment Theme Suite @ Cosmopolitan Hotel Hong Kong
Sony's 3D Entertainment Theme Suite at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Hong Kong is perfect for travellers who appreciate entertainment on the move. The suite features the latest Sony audio-visual and entertainment set-up to the total value of HK$77,000. It features a 55 inch BRAVIA Full HD 3D LCD TV with 3D glasses and a 5.1 ch home theatre system that promises a theatrical effect.
7. Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre updates Wine Cellar
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre updates Wine Cellar. It took seven people, four days and more than 2,000 glasses, but the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre has completed the biennial update of its wine cellar, adding several dozen more vintages to its world-class collection. Overseen by the Centre’s Catering Manager and Certified Sommelier, William Wilson, a team of s
8. Hua Hin Hills Vineyard & Wine Cellar
Hua Hin Hills Vineyard & Wine Cellar. In Hua Hin, which is better known for the beach and pineapple production than vineyards, the Hua Hin Hills Vineyard & Wine Cellar is an increasingly popular stop for tourists who would like to experience Thai wine for themselves. While the food and wine tasting is a rather simple affair, with little education in terms of nose, glasses, grapes a

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