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[For Immediate Release]2nd August, 2000

Loyal Fan Watson's Water Casts Local Athletic Stars
To Initializes the First Thematic VCD for Physical Education

Starring local athletic elite including Olympic representatives Tang Hon-sing, To Wai-lok, Ho Kwun-lun and Chiang Wai-hung, the first VCD tailor-made for P.E. teachers commences its shooting today at Hong Kong Sports Institute. The production of the VCD is fully sponsored and organized by Watson's Water, a long-term supporter of local athletic sports, with the joint cooperation of Hong Kong Amateur Association and Hong Kong Sports Development Board.

Demonstrated by the record holders and explained by experienced coaches, the VCD categorizes 5 events including sprint, high jump, long jump, hurdle and 4x100m relay. Professional nutritionist will also give elaboration on the essentials of water intake for sport activities.

The VCD will be distributed to Hong Kong's primary and secondary schools free of charge in the coming academic year. It will serve as an effective teaching tool for school P.E. staff, showing students the best athletic skills and knowledge.

"Watson's Water aims to bring concepts and basic skills of different athletic categories to the youngsters, by means of the involvement of professional athletes in the VCD. We also hope this will help to arouse interests and to improve local standard of our next generation, starting from fundamental education." said Mr. Chris Atkins, General Manager of Watson's Water.

As a responsive corporate citizen, Watson's Water has been fully supporting the local athletic development for years. The "Watson's Water Summer Athletic Training Program" held every summer and many athletic competitions sponsored by Watson's Water have nurtured many athletic stars.


Issued by OCCASIONS Corporate & Financial Communications Limited on behalf of Watson's Water.
For enquiries, please contact:
Arthur Hung (9220-1627) / Shermaine Lee / Catherine Yue
Tel: 2801-5333       Fax: 2801-5323