August-September 2019

LIFE & FAMILY

WHAT’S NEW

Brisbane’s premier co-educational day and boarding school, St Peters Lutheran College, is holding information sessions in Hong Kong on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 August. Located in the Queensland capital, St Peters is a Prep to Year 12 College with a 75-year history. It offers multiple educational pathways including ATAR, International Baccalaureate and Vocational Education in the Senior years, with comprehensive cultural, sporting, co-curricular and pastoral care programmes. To attend a session, contact the Director of Community Engagement, Ross Thomson, at r.thomson@stpeters.qld.edu.au to register your interest. +61 7 3377 6580 | stpeters.qld.edu.au INFO SESSIONS FOR AN AUSSIE SCHOOL

Finding Balance Do you find Hong Kong’s attitude to work-life balance a struggle? You’re not alone. Aetna International surveyed 2,000 expat employees across the globe, to find out which aspects of international relocation affect their health and wellbeing the most. The result is the International WorkforceWell-Being Survey 2019, and it revealed that half of the expats in Hong Kong felt the city’s attitude towards achieving work-life balance was negative. It’s a sad statistic, and one that we all hope can turn around in the future. aetnainternational.com

Blooming Beauty Receiving the gift of flowers is one of life’s great joys. Sending them also makes us feel pretty good. If you have a flower enthusiast in your life, try treating them to something special from The Mandarin Flower Shop. There are no excuses now, because you can order online and easily send that special someone a distinctive floral bouquet or exclusive Mandarin Oriental gift. French designer Cedric Amani creates stylish bouquets by adding a personal touch to each piece while using only quality fresh flowers from around the globe. Beautiful. mandarinoriental.com/hong-kong

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