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5 little things we love – September 2020

September 2nd 2020


by Aude Camus 
 
 
#1 
The 5th C unique contemporary jewellery pieces are now available online 

5 little things we love – September 2020
I have known Jessica Cu, Creative Director & Owner of The 5th C, a bespoke jewellery design service, for a few years now. Her expertise is great, and I love discussing diamonds with her. I also trusted her when I needed to fix a small diamond ring inherited from my great great mother which sentimental value was great and she just handled it perfectly. I love that she has an eye for both quality craftmanship and trend and I can only support the launch of her online shop on which she is offering ready-to-wear jewellery pieces. I am crushing hard on this 18k yellow gold necklace centred with a vibrant blue sapphire, but a few other pieces have also caught my attention and all I need now is an occasion to treat myself! 
 
https://the5thc.com
 
 
 
#2
Restaurants in Hong Kong can now resell their inventory of Impossible Burger directly to their customers

5 little things we love – September 2020
As Hong Kong’s restaurant industry adapts to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, Impossible Foods has just launched an initiative to support restaurants by allowing them to resell their inventory of Impossible Burger directly to customers. We are huge fans of Impossible meat and love to be given the opportunity to cook it at home for the first time!
 
The 2.2 bulk package of Impossible Burger and 10-patty packs are available for purchase at the following restaurants and online grocery shops: The Coffee Academics (must be pre-ordered in store or online), The Butchers Club (online order), Gafell  and CRFT PIT
 
 
 
#3
Cookie Smiles bakes the world a better place, one cookie at a time 

5 little things we love – September 2020
Launched amidst the COVID-19 upheaval to help spread joy and hope, Cookie Smile is a social enterprise baking the world a better place one cookie at a time by raising funds to help support the disadvantaged. Are you the kind of person to feel guilty whenever you indulge on a sweet treat? Well, don’t feel guilty anymore because, as you satisfy your craving, a portion of the proceeds raised from the sale of the cookies will be donated to two charities. So? Who’s in for a sweet treat? 
 
http://www.cookiesmiles.com.hk
 
 
 
 
 
#4
Daniel Murray Studio captures your family moments 

5 little things we love – September 2020
Not being able to travel can be hard for us, expats, stranded in Hong Kong far away from family and friends and a family photoshoot can be a great way to both share a fun and bonding activity with your kids while creating beautiful pictures your family will be happy to receive! I’ve done it for the birth of my baby back in June and believe me I’m not sure who was the happiest: me, capturing our first moments as a family of three, or the grand-parents back in France to receive photos they can proudly show to all their friends and cherish while waiting to finally meet their grand-daughter in person. 
 
https://danielmurraystudio.com/home
 
 
 
#5
Chesa, the raclette and cheese fondue heaven at The Peninsula, celebrates its 55th anniversary  

5 little things we love – September 2020
Calling all the cheese lovers in town, Chesa, the legendary Swiss restaurant at The Peninsula Hong Kong, is turning 55 this month and celebrating with four unique menus (HKD 780/person) featuring exquisite, and very cheesy, Alpine delicacies.  
 
Click here to discover Chesa’s anniversary menus 
Until September 20 

 


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