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The 11th Cross-Strait, Hong Kong and Macau Tobacco Control Conference

The Conference themed “Achieve Smoke-free Goals, Towards a Zero-Hazard Environment” will be held online on 11 November 2022 to explore the goals and progress of tobacco control, regulatory measures on alternative smoking products, other advanced tobacco control measures and successful experiences in the China Mainland, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.

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Symposium for the 40th Anniversary of Tobacco Control in Hong Kong

The Symposium for the 40th Anniversary of Tobacco Control in Hong Kong in theme of Priority Issues of Tobacco Control to Achieve Zero Smoking Hazard Environment will be convened on 8 November 2022 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre to explore further advancement of tobacco control in Hong Kong.

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Join the 13th "Quit to Win" Contest and kick the smoking habit

The 13th "Quit to Win" Smoke-free Community Campaign kick-started. Recruitment and promotion activities will be organized across the territory to encourage smokers to quit and promote smoke-free lifestyle. Validated quitters have a chance to win fabulous prize included travel coupon or supermarket coupons.

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World No Tobacco Day 2022

To echo World No Tobacco Day, COSH launches a Smoke-free Publicity Programme with the theme of ”Tobacco Endgame: Zero Hazard.Smoke-free Generation” to encourage public to support for the Smoke-free Sportswear Day on 31 May by wearing sportswear and keep exercising to motivate smokers to quit smoking and foster the society stepping towards Tobacco Endgame.

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Total Ban on Alternative Smoking Products comes into force on 30 April

The import, promotion, manufacture, sale and possession for commercial purposes of alternative smoking products including e-cigarettes, heated tobacco products and herbal cigarettes are prohibited starting from 30 April 2022 to safeguard public health.

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Winners of the 12th “Quit to Win” Contest

The 12th “Quit to Win” Smoke-free Community Campaign was a massive success with over 1,450 smokers joined to quit smoking. Winners of the 12th “Quit to Win” Contest faced up health hazards of all smoking products, kicked the smoking habit with strong determination, and now enjoy a smoke-free healthy life with family.

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Winners of the 12th “Quit to Win” Contest

The 12th “Quit to Win” Smoke-free Community Campaign was a massive success with over 1,450 smokers joined to quit smoking. Winners of the 12th “Quit to Win” Contest faced up health hazards of all smoking products, kicked the smoking habit with strong determination, and now enjoy a smoke-free healthy life with family.

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Get cigarette packs out of sight, get smoking out of mind

Studies on consumer behaviour have shown that most consumers decide what to buy only after they have got into the shop. Therefore, it is an important marketing strategy to attract consumers' attention and stimulate impulse purchases through the presentation and matching of the products displayed on shelves. However, there are negative impacts to public health when this marketing strategy is applied to tobacco products. It is used to normalize smoking behaviour and beautify tobacco products.

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