Flavours of Asia Helps You Find the Perfect Wine Match for Every Meal!

April 24, 2012

We pride ourselves on discovering the most unique wines of the highest quality. With the release of our new iPad app, Flavours of Asia, anyone can receive individual expertise on how to serve the right wine for your meal.

If pairing wines with food unsuccessfully, it can create an awkward flavor combination. However, wine also has the ability to transform a meal into something spectacular. Matching an appropriate wine with your meal is essential for a truly delicious experience. But, Asian food is particularly challenging to pair with western wines. The unique combination of spicy, sweet, salty, and tangy makes it a little tricky! The purpose of Flavours of Asia is to simplify the process of pairing these two very different tastes and create a delicious experience that anyone can enjoy.

The Flavours of Asia app is very easy to use. Simply search by food type or wine type and find a list of delectable matches suggested by our most knowledgeable wine experts. Descriptions and ratings of wine are also included to ensure that the wine you pick will satisfy your individual preferences. Brand stories are also included to give users more information about the wine and companies being recommended to them: Find locations of sale, mark your favorite meal or wine suggestions, and learn more about the history of Moet Hennessy Wines & Estates for added fun and information.

It has never been easier to have the advice of wine experts right at your fingertips. Download Flavours of Asia for iPad today and impress your loved ones with a meal pairing to die for!

For wine tips, suggestions, and more, visit Moet Hennessy Wines online at http://www.estates-and-wines.com/.
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The social media scene in Asia

July 8, 2011

If you own a business that aims to attract more Asian customers or if you have a blog that wants to target readers from Asia or if you’re engaged in something that basically wants to make a name in Asia, then you might want to read on. This is but a brief but pretty helpful insight on the social media scene in Asia.

According to recent reports based on behavioral data, Asians now heavily use social media (i.e. social networking websites and other social media tools). Apparently, social media is now a big part of a lot of Asians’ lives and for good reason. Social media is a very easy tool to use and if you’re keen on watching your budget, then this is one powerful and cost-efficient measure that you might want to incorporate within your business. Just in case you still do not know, the use of social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Plurk, Sina Weibo (very popular social networking website especially among the Chinese) and even Foursquare and Google Places have grown in meteoric numbers over recent years that if you’re still not a part of all the hoopla, expect to be considered an “outsider.”

Reportedly, social network activity in Asia is very, very strong. Countries like Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines have tremendous numbers of users involved in social networking sites. In fact, each of the said countries has more than 10 million active social network users – quite a staggering number, if you really think about it. In Singapore, roughly 2 million out of its 5 million population is already active in social networks. Interestingly, 40 percent of that number is active on Facebook.

Given these, one can deduce that Asians are very fond not only of social networking sites but of sharing information with people they know. And that should be a challenge that webmasters, entrepreneurs and bloggers should consider…how to be a part of all the hoopla and lure in target readers/customers/audience.

So…do YOU have a plan?

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Cucina: a Michelin rated restaurant Asia meets Italy with stunning harbour views

June 8, 2009

Cucina: a Michelin rated restaurant
Cuccina is a Michelin-rated restaurant where an exquisite open kitchen showcases the preparation of Italian and Chinese influenced food.

2008 Asian Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships

July 23, 2008

Combining muscles and beauty, the 2008 Asian Bodybuilding and Fitness Championships were held over the weekend, 19-20 July.  The Hong Kong National Team won an incredible numbers of awards including 4 gold medals, 2 silver, 1 bronze. SO-U.TV will bring you the highlights of the event next week. See it all at http://www.so-u.tv

健美是力量與美感完美結合的運動, 這個星期SO-U.TV來到2008亞洲健美錦標賽的現場,為大家報導這場精彩的比賽, 香港隊勇奪四金二銀一銅佳績,想一睹亞洲各國精英施盡渾身解數, 請收看http://www.so-u.tv/