The third and final phase of the Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Charity Auction kicks off today, with a whole new array of packages up for grabs until January 31, 2019 – so be sure to get your bids in before it’s too late!

Having kicked off at the beginning of November, the auction has been conducted in three one-month-long phases, each offering a different selection of items for readers to bid on.

This year’s auction has included a total of more than 100 packages that have been available for bidding, including airfares, hotel stays in Asia-Pacific and beyond, and more.

As Business Traveller Asia-Pacific enters its 13th year of association with CHF, we are proud that our efforts, and those of our many partners in the hotel and airline industries, are making a real difference to the lives of so many young people in China.

Over the past 16 years, CHF has fulfilled a long-running commitment to provide educational sponsorship and psychosocial support to AIDS-impacted children in China, from primary school through to university. To date, CHF has cumulatively sponsored about 23,000 students from AIDS-affected families, and more than 2,500 have graduated from universities since 2002.

In addition to formal education, CHF also supports vocational training and runs psychosocial programmes for the children. In spite of the challenges, CHF has built more than 25 reading rooms in China this year, 14 of which were built with the support ofBusiness Traveller. All proceeds raised from the charity auction go to CHF.

To place bids you will need to register on the website and create a new account. Readers with a login will still need to register separately on the auction website.

If you forget your password, you can create a new password here.

For the Asia-Pacific and China auction all payments will be by cheque or credit card in US$. For full terms and conditions, including the bidding process and payment for prizes, click here.

The Business Traveller UK Auction will begin on November 15, with all proceeds going towards the Royal Hospital of Neuro-Disability.