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天仁茗茶少甜優惠 僅限時一周 半糖/微糖/無糖即減$2 可與環保杯優惠共用|飲食優惠

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'在這個人手一杯 珍珠奶茶 的年代,除了考慮邊間最好飲之外,還要看看糖份比例,以免隨便飲一杯便超過建議的每日糖攝取量。天仁茗茶剛在Facebook發布減糖優惠,7月22日起一連7日,購買茶飲時選擇半糖或以下,即減$2,並能與環保杯優惠共用,好飲、健康又環保,即時睇睇優惠詳情! 撰文:樂|圖片來源:官方網站 珍珠奶茶也減糖 少鹽少糖飲食文化 近年不少朋友飲珍珠奶茶多過飲 咖啡 ,但很多茶飲店的糖份比例較高,很容易超出建議的每日糖份攝取量。香港食物安全中心曾於2月舉辦《少鹽、少糖、少‧確幸》活動,希望提倡少鹽、少糖的飲食習慣,擁抱無肚腩的健康生活。今日天仁茗茶在官方專頁推出減糖優惠,希望各位飲得開心,也飲得健康! 平時都飲開半糖以下的朋友,今次有得平! View this post on Instagram #天仁茗茶 #hsbc#buy1get1 #唔洗排隊 #又增肥🤪🤪 A post shared by Tomato Tomato (@mycheng425) on Jul 12, 2019 at 7:03am PDT 天仁茗茶推少甜優惠 半糖以下即減$2 7月22日(星期一)起一連7日,凡購買任何正價茶飲,只要選擇半糖或以下,即可減$2,雖不能與會員折扣同時使用,但官方說明可同時享有環保杯優惠,選擇健康也選擇環保。不過不設糖份選擇的茶飲:桂花茶王、913古早味冬瓜茶,913冬瓜鮮奶茶與沁涼冰沙系列,不能享用減糖優惠,各位天仁Fans(尤其冬瓜茶的),要注意了! 桂花茶王、913古早味冬瓜茶,913冬瓜鮮奶茶與沁涼冰沙系列不設糖份選擇。(圖片來源:香港天仁茗茶Facebook) 記得留意優惠日期!(圖片來源:香港天仁茗茶Facebook) View this post on Instagram #天仁茗茶 #tea my favorite A post shared by Bobo Chak (@boboboeyc) on Jul 5, 2019 at 11:27pm PDT 天仁茗茶減糖優惠 時間:2019年7月22日(星期一)至7月28日(星期日) 詳情:凡購買任何正價茶飲,半糖或以下即可減$2;桂花茶王、913古早味冬瓜茶,913冬瓜鮮奶茶與沁涼冰沙系列不設糖份選擇 官方專頁: 天仁茗茶 備注: *優惠不可與會員折扣及其他優惠同時使用 *不可使用現金券 *可與環保杯優惠同時使用 *如有任何爭議天仁茗茶保留最終決定權 . The post 天仁茗茶少甜優惠 僅限時一周 半糖/微糖/無糖即減$2 可與環保杯優惠共用|飲食優惠 appeared first on 新假期 .'

In Pictures: ‘Safeguard Hong Kong’ – Thousands rally to support gov’t and oppose ‘violent protesters’

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Thousands gathered at Tamar Park in Admiralty on Saturday to show their support for the Hong Kong authorities and police force following weeks of anti-government demonstrations.
'Thousands gathered at Tamar Park in Admiralty on Saturday to show their support for the Hong Kong authorities and police force following weeks of anti-government demonstrations.Photo: May James/HKFP.Under the slogan “protect Hong Kong,” crowds – mostly middle-aged or older – chanted “Hong Kong is my home.” Attendees hold a banner that reads: “Support the police and protect the rule of law,” and “Hong Kong is my home, I will protect it.” Photo: May James/HKFP.The city has been plunged into a political crisis after weeks of protests sparked by the government’s reviled extradition bill, which was suspended on June 15 but not axed.The proposed law would enable fugitive transfers to jurisdictions including China, a prospect that has crystalised fears over increased involvement from Beijing in the semi-autonomous territory.Photo: May James/HKFP.Addressing attendees, former secretary for justice Elsie Leung said that she decided to attend because society had become “chaotic.” Photo: May James/HKFP. “I know that we have a lot of problems in society, such as wealth inequality and young people having difficulty in buying property… but these problems cannot be solved in a chaotic society.If we want to solve these problems, we must have a stable and law-abiding society,” she said.Pro-Beijing politician Regina Ip takes a photograph with other rally attendees, who hold the banner of the Po Kin Hai Liu Association.Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.Also on stage, pro-Beijing heavyweight Maria Tam said that those guilty of violence or cyber-bullying will create a “vicious cycle” that will ultimately cause harm to themselves.Photo: May James/HKFP.Meanwhile, Former police commissioner Tang King-shing and former police union chief Joe Chan also spoke at the rally, calling on the public to support the police as he condemned protesters as violent.A placard, which bears the name of the Federation of Hong Kong Shenzhen Associations, reads “No more reckless actions, boundless sea and sky.”Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.Police and frontline protesters have clashed in recent weeks amid several largely peaceful demonstrations against the extradition law.Last month in Admiralty, protesters were filmed throwing bricks and other objects at officers, leading them to deploy tear gas and rubber bullets to clear thousands from the streets.On July 1, some activists broke into and vandalised parts of the legislature.File photo: Todd R.Darling/HKFP.One of the attendees, Fila Chan – a 40-year-old woman who used to work in a law firm – told HKFP she wanted to oppose the violence seen at recent anti-extradition law protests: “I hate violence, especially from teenagers and youngsters,” she said.Fila Chan (right). Photo: Jennifer Creery/HKFP.Chan said that it was her first time attending such a rally after seeing images of protesters beating up police officers.She added that although she believes the government hasn’t handled the extradition bill crisis well, there is no reason to target officers who are “executing their duties.” Photo: May James/HKFP.A 48-year-old woman from Guangzhou, who declined to give her name, told HKFP she brought her and her son to the rally to show support for the police, who she said have been unfairly by protesters. “They have a difficult job to do,” she added.Participants are distributing signs expressing disapproval of recent anti-extradition law protests.One reads \'I want freedom, say no to terror or violence,\' while the other reads \'cherish Hong Kong, cherish freedom.\' pic.twitter.com/OsZ6lpcAei — Hong Kong Free Press (@HongKongFP) July 20, 2019 Organisers, the Hong Kong Island Federation, expected around 20,000 would participate on Saturday.Photo: May James/HKFP.Starry Lee, chairperson of the largest pro-Beijing party, the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong Kong, told HKFP that she respected peaceful processions but violence was not the solution: “We would like to express our peaceful voice… Hong Kong is in a very difficult time – we call upon all people to safeguard Hong Kong and stop using violence to fight for things.” Lee said that she supported the police but did not approve of an independent investigation into the recent clashes led by judges: “No, I think there is already an investigation,” she said, adding that the existing mechanisms for investigation were sufficient.HKFP speaks to Starry Lee, who leads Hong Kong’s largest pro-Beijing party the DAB. pic.twitter.com/N23TkIJabU — Hong Kong Free Press (@HongKongFP) July 20, 2019 During the rally, four ships passed through the harbour sounding their horns and carrying messages of support for those attending.Photo: May James/HKFP.HKFP interviews Mark Pinkstone, who previously served as Chief Information Officer with the Government Secretariat prior to 1997. pic.twitter.com/2cr4X1DBL3 — Hong Kong Free Press (@HongKongFP) July 20, 2019 Attendees also erected a message board of supportive messages written on post-it notes.A message board was erected with Post-It Notes containing messages of support for the city and its police force.Photo: Jennifer Creery/HKFP.Meanwhile, a similar “Lennon Wall” message board near the MTR station was vandalised.Photo: Tom Grundy/HKFP.The anti-extradition law movement has burgeoned into a popular display of anger against the government over its handling of the controversy, alleged police misconduct, as well as other grievances.The Civil Human Rights Front, which organised an anti-extradition law march attended by “two million” last month, is set to hold another protest on Sunday.Attendees of the pro-government rally ay Tamar Park condemn violence, and express support to the now-suspended extradition bill. pic.twitter.com/pnEPtEcKIO — Hong Kong Free Press (@HongKongFP) July 20, 2019 Police, wary of further road occupations, have erected two-metre tall water barricades outside the government headquarters and chief executive’s office while removing surrounding metal fences to prevent protesters from building makeshift barricades in preparation for the weekend activities. . The post In Pictures: ‘Safeguard Hong Kong’ – Thousands rally to support gov’t and oppose ‘violent protesters’ appeared first on Hong Kong Free Press HKFP . Author: Jennifer Creery, Tom Grundy & Holmes Chan .'

Police find ‘extremely powerful’ explosives at storage space of Hong Kong pro-independence party

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Hong Kong police have found a cache of explosives and weapons in a Tsuen Wan industrial building, which they say includes the city’s largest seizure of the high explosive TATP.
'Hong Kong police have found a cache of explosives and weapons in a Tsuen Wan industrial building, which they say includes the city’s largest seizure of the high explosive TATP.Officers raided Lung Shing Factory Building on Texaco Road on Friday night, and found around two kilogrammes of TATP, 10 incendiary devices, acidic substances and weapons such as knives.Police find high explosive at a Tsuen Wan industrial building.Photo: Apple Daily.Police arrested a 27-year-old man, who has been confirmed as a member of the pro-independence Hong Kong National Front.On the premises, police found clothes bearing the National Front’s logo and leaflets promoting an anti-extradition protest march.On Saturday afternoon, the political group said on its Telegram channel that the warehouse in question was used to store audio equipment and promotional material.National Front spokesperson Baggio Leung told HKFP that the group has not yet been able to confirm why explosives were found there, and will expect more information to become available once the suspect is released on bail.Some of the explosives found at a Tsuen Wan industrial building.Photo: RTHK screenshot.Leung added that the pro-independence group has been closely watched by police and the pro-Beijing camp, and the National Front’s office had also been broken into last December.He said he would not speculate over what prompted the police operation.Steve Li, senior superintendent of the Organised Crime and Triad Bureau, said the police will investigate whether the incident was related to recent protests.Superintendent Alick McWhirter of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit said that the high explosive found, TATP or triacetone triperoxide, was “well-known, unstable and dangerous.” Superintendent Alick McWhirter of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit.Photo: RTHK screenshot. “This is an extremely sensitive and extremely powerful high explosive.It will cause exceptional amounts of damage when used.It is also very unstable, and it will react to heat, friction and impact,” McWhirter told the press. “I think without a doubt this is the largest seizure we have come across in Hong Kong.” Police held a controlled detonation for about a kilogramme of TATP on Saturday morning, with the rest expected to be dealt with later in the day. . The post Police find ‘extremely powerful’ explosives at storage space of Hong Kong pro-independence party appeared first on Hong Kong Free Press HKFP . Author: Holmes Chan .'

【廝殺購物車】Victoria’s Secret期間限定周年祭!內衣第二件半價

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'Victoria’s Secret 去年7月正式登陸 銅鑼灣 ,今年剛好一周年!Victoria’s Secret 在Facebook專頁中表示,為慶祝開幕一周年,將會在7月20-21號推出期間限定周年祭,購物滿指定金額,更可獲贈LOGO Tote Bag,各位Victoria’s Secret的粉絲,今個周末記得帶埋閨密掃貨啦! 撰文:eun|圖片:新傳媒資料室, Victoria’s Secret 去年進駐銅鑼灣 Victoria’s Secret 去年7月進駐銅鑼灣,旗艦店總共有4層,出售 Victoria’s Secret 旗下多個 內衣 、 內褲 及 睡衣 產品。不過今次期間限定周年祭,就只有Sexy Bras系列有優惠。 Victoria’s Secret 去年7月進駐銅鑼灣,旗艦店總共有4層。 Victoria’s Secret 旗下多個內衣、內褲及睡衣產品都有得買。 期間限定周年祭 Victoria’s Secret在Facebook專頁中表示,為慶祝開幕一周年,將會在7月20-21號推出期間限定周年祭。客人在7月20-21號期間購買Sexy Bras(Very Sexy, Dream Angels and Sexy Illusions系列),買第二件即享半價。購物滿$598,更可獲贈Victoria’s SecretLOGO Tote Bag! Victoria’s Secret在Facebook專頁中表示,為慶祝開幕一周年,將會在7月20-21號推出期間限定周年祭。 客人在7月20-21號期間購買Sexy Bras(Very Sexy, Dream Angels and Sexy Illusions系列),買第二件即享半價。 不過今次進行優惠的內衣,就走簡約路線,與平時Victoria’s Secret的風格有點不同。 另有粉色供客人選擇。 這款內衣的帶就十分特別,鑲有閃石,低調中帶點性感。 另有瑚瑚橙色的內衣,十分有夏日感覺。 另有黑色蕾絲系列內衣。 購物滿$598,更可獲贈Victoria’s SecretLOGO Tote Bag! Victoria’s Secret 期間限定周年祭 日期:7月20-21日 地址:銅鑼灣渣甸街5至19號京華中心地下( 顯示地圖 ) . The post 【廝殺購物車】Victoria’s Secret期間限定周年祭!內衣第二件半價 appeared first on 新假期 .'