HIV Advocates is educating Asia, PrimAsia is Hong Kong’s leading business services company and JLL Hong Kong residential services will take care of your family housing, education and relocation needs.

April 17, 2015


are_hiv_symptoms_in_women_likely_to_be_different_1927_xHIV Advocates Urge Women To Make Fight Against HIV A Personal Commitment

This is also the very statistic that drives HIV Advocates to urge women to continue the fight against HIV. In fact, the group urges women to make the fight a part of their personal, individual commitment. Women should not only discuss these alarming facts among friends and family, they should also advocate governments to listen up and take notice.

The challenge now is: how do you get involved in the fight? Simple: join HIV Advocates, a global initiative to share news, experiences, strategies as well as new tools that aim to energize human rights movements and communities fighting HIV/AIDS.


Need Help With Your Visa? Primasia Corporate Services Limited Hong Kong Is Your Answer

Applying for visas can be a taxing experience. From researching for the requirements, to gathering all those requirements to setting up an appointment for visa interviews – the journey can take up so much of your time, resources and energy. The experience may even be more taxing if you need a work visa. In Hong Kong alone, there are certain requirements that you need to accomplish.

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JLL Hong Kong Offers Visa Assistance To Make Your Relocation Easier


Did a company in Hong Kong just offer you a job? Or is your company interested in hiring someone from abroad? JLL Hong Kong can help make relocating to Hong Kong and getting a work visa easier, faster and hassle-free.

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Our Visa specialists make applications for your employees and dependants a breeze. Rely on us to make your relocation easier. Call Shirley for details 2846 5566.

Why hotels must pump up their game

August 2, 2011

Hotels now must pump up their game. They must pump up their game so bad that if the owners or managers of these hotels are not the least bit in touch with the latest trends not only in business but in social media as well, they’d wake up one day and realize that they have just been left out.

No, we’re not saying this just to stir controversy. It’s a fact – a reality that hotel owners must face and must know how to face real soon. And the best example of this would be a company’s newly acquired investment of at least USD 112 Million. AirBnB is a San Francisco-based person to person room-apartment-house-rental startup. Apparently their idea is just too darn attractive and sellable that a lot of investors want in.

Let’s backtrack a little bit. As we all know, hotels lord over the hospitality sector. They play a huge role in the travel and tourism sector as well. However, things are changing and they’re changing really, really fast. These days, not only are hotels facing stiff competition from budget hostels, dormitories and inns (which of course usually offer rooms for lesser rates), they now face competition from an entirely new hospitality sector. Apparently, the “in thing” these days is booking rooms and flats – exactly what AirBnB is offering to their customers. While observers say that this scheme may not be for everyone and that it may take time for the idea to fly, there’s no saying that it won’t. And that’s what hotel owners must be wary of.

Perhaps it’s time for hotel owners to come up with better services, better amenities or maybe even partnerships with owners of apartments, houses, flats. The latter may be a long shot but with the fast changing demands of today’s web-savvy consumers, it wouldn’t hurt to explore more possibilities in order to stay on top of their game.

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