Make Mid-Autumn Festival Extra Special with Edible Arrangements

September 3, 2012

China calls the Mid-Autumn Festival an “intangible cultural heritage” – and rightly so. The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Mooncake Festival, became very popular during the early Tang Dynasty. This holiday is well-loved in China and Taiwan, among other areas. But did you know that you can also have your very own version of this intangible cultural heritage right in your own home? Make your mid-autumn festival celebration extra special with Edible Arrangements Mid-Autumn Festival fruit bouquets.

Here’s a delectable Edible Arrangements Hong Kong fruit bouquet that you might want for your Mid-Autumn Festival celebration – a fresh fruit arrangement of the very same name – Mid-Autumn Celebration. It’s a sweet assortment of a lot of fruits – pineapples, strawberries, grapes, cantaloupes and honeydews. Do you also see that the Mid-Autumn Celebration fruit bouquet comes in a recyclable can?

Now if you’re planning a grander Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration, you might want to bring this beautiful Mid-Autumn Blissful Festival fruit arrangement instead. It’s abundant with pineapples in the shape of bunnies – all hand-dipped in delicious gourmet semi-sweet chocolate. The Edible Arrangements Mid-Autumn Blissful Festival boasts of the freshest, healthiest fruits – strawberries, cantaloupe, orange wedges, honeydew and grapes. Perfect for any party. Wow your Mid-Autumn party guests with this fruit bouquet skillfully prepared by Edible Arrangements Hong Kong.

Edible Arrangements Hong Kong is open 7 days a week and can do same-day deliveries if you place your order before 4pm. Call their shop at IFC Mall at telephone no. 852 2295 1108.

Official website:!/ediblearrangehk

How PRDA Can Help You Use Pinterest to Your Business’ Advantage

September 3, 2012

The verdict is in – Pinterest is the fastest rising social media superstar this year, and it is no passing fad. If you are still not yet on Pinterest, PRDA Asia strongly recommends that you start pinning.

Whether you are looking for a stronger personal branding, incremental online revenue or wider social network, here’s how you can leverage Pinterest to your advantage:

Showcase your work. Pinterest works exceptionally well if your work is visually driven. Photographers, florists, chefs, artists and fashionistas are well positioned to take advantage of Pinterest’s fun-to-use interface to engage and interact with their followers.

Curate your reading list. By sharing books you have read (or will read) with your followers, you are demonstrating your expertise and knowledge in your business. This works especially well if you are a guru in a particular niche, such as sketchbooking, wedding planning, and decorating.

Showcase your creative zest. Pinterest allows you to compile ideas and inspirations from many different sources, including yourself. Nothing emphasizes your sense of style more than an eclectic pinboard of cutting edge fashion or ingenious wedding ceremonies.

Get others to build on your passion. Allow others to participate on your board and earn brownie points with your fans and followers. Crowdsourcing for ideas is not exactly new, but encouraging others to build on your ideas, one pin at a time, is still a great novelty.

Send the right signal to everyone. Being on Pinterest shows that you are on the digital pulse and always well-informed, with a penchant to pick the right bandwagon to hop on when one comes along. This bodes well for your personal credibility with those around you.

Don’t know how to get started? PRDA has all the resources you need to get pinning fast. Contact us today.

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