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[Cherry Month] A manual of the sweetest cherries and how to choose the seasonal ones! (With healthy recipes)

Do you know February is called the Cherry Month? Yes! In this month, especially during the Lunar New Year when people exchange gifts, many fruit stores on the street, be they big or small, will fill their shops with cherries of all kinds and from everywhere in the world. Once you chew open the crust, each and every sweet-looking, bright-red cherries will release all their juice in your mouth. What a sweetness overload!

lifestyle
“I wanna be a car owner” Five things you need to know!

Although the government increased a lot on the fees of vehicles first registration tax and vehicle licenses in the latest budget, but many people may still consider on buying or replacing their vehicles, to use less public transport or just to make travelling easier due to the backdrop of COVID-19. However, behind the glamorous moments of racing on the highway with family, loved ones and friends are a lot of hidden costs and red tapes.

finance
Gear up - Pass Inheritance to Generations after Generations

We were all caught off guard by the pandemic. At hindsight, turbulence did hit us from time to time over the years. We just never know exactly when it would come and wipe out our family assets. It is, therefore, essential to plan ahead to shield our wealth from the next turmoil, so that our wealth can pass on to the next generations and beyond. It is not only a question for the affluent families to consider, but also every one of us.

health
[Ask Dr Chiu] 5 things to note after receiving COVID-19 vaccination

The livelihood of many was devastated by the social restrictions as COVID-19 persists. Hopes are high that a massive vaccination programme can help contain the pandemic; on the other hand, people are having second thoughts about these newly developed inoculations out of fears for potential side effects. In order to ensure safety for you and your family, here are the things to note after receiving the jabs.

finance
Gear up - Pass Inheritance to Generations after Generations

We were all caught off guard by the pandemic. At hindsight, turbulence did hit us from time to time over the years. We just never know exactly when it would come and wipe out our family assets. It is, therefore, essential to plan ahead to shield our wealth from the next turmoil, so that our wealth can pass on to the next generations and beyond. It is not only a question for the affluent families to consider, but also every one of us.

health
[Ask Dr Chiu] Combating COVID-19 with exercises? Three things parents can do for their children

In the face of the fierce onslaught of fourth wave of COVID-19, Hong Kongers are back in alert mode, especially for those who have young children. The current wave sees some patients deteriorate quickly, and being young is not exempted from severe conditions anymore. To combat the pandemic, what elsemore can we do for our children? Is exercising effective for the purpose? Indeed, it is important to promote physical and mental health of children as we brace for the fourth wave. Here are three ways to achieve this.

mental wellness
How working parents can avoid stressing out?

Watching children grow is the source of happiness for many parents, but parenting can also be stressful. This is especially an issue in Hong Kong where schools are competitive. Some mothers believe that they are obliged to perfect their children’s homework; if she is a working mother, the double-responsibilities of work and the family can be overwhelming.

mental wellness
Procrastination: how to not rush deadlines

For many, the office is where much of the stress comes from. When work is overwhelming, some people would bite the bullet to finish it by stretching themselves and extending their work hours. Others, on the contrary, would try to evade stress and keep a blind eye to their responsibilities until the very last moment when no more delay is possible. This is known as “procrastination.”