23 Apr 2012

​Toy Exhibition at Lung Cheung Plaza and Wong Tai Sin Plaza

For the Labour Day golden week, The Link Management Limited (‘The Link’) will be launching a 10-day toy event at Lung Cheung Plaza and Wong Tai Sin Plaza from 25 April to 4 May.
Special attractions will include the Smart Toy Experience Zone, Toy Bank, Toy Market and Contemporary vs Intelligent Toy Exhibition. Children can have their memorable photos taken with their favourites at the atrium on the first floor of Lung Cheung Plaza, which will be decorated as a Chinese style children’s play area.
Donate toys to share the joy with kids in need
The Link will be cooperating with the YMCA Toy Bank to place a collection box at The Link’s shopping centres with the aim of collecting 1,000 new and used toys for families in need under the meaningful message ‘The more you donate, the more joy you take’.
Toy Bank
Acceptable toy categories
Educational products Sporting goods and musical instruments 
Books and stationery 
Electrical games and appliances 
Unacceptable toy categories
Sharp weapons/ breakable items/ chemicals
Food and liquid products
Products with pornographic or violent information
Products that do not comply with statutory safety standards
Experience new technology with intelligent toys
At the Smart Toy Experience Zone, customers with at most two receipts for purchases of HK$300 or more at Lung Cheung Plaza or Wong Tai Sin Shopping Centre can play with the latest smart toys for free. Innovative toys include the world’s first-ever patented iDroid Robot, which supports iOS/Android/Windows/Mac systems, the soon-to-be launched Intelligent Pet Ball and Intelligent Helicopter, which appeared in the popular movie 3 Idiots. Customers will also have chances to bring back home with  fabulous gifts by participating in the games. Limited quantity, while stock lasts.
Contemporary vs Intelligent Toy Exhibition
The Link has invited renowned local toy collector Mr Joel Chung Yin Chai to lend over 100 selected items manufactured in China as early as during the 1950s as a contrast to the smart toys in the exhibition.  The exhibition will be divided into five themed zones, including Paper Toys, Metal Toys, Plastic Toys, Wooden Toys and Dolls, with traditional Chinese stories and classic cartoons. Customers can also learn  about the recent history of China through the exhibition.
An exceptional opportunity for toys at Toy Market
During the promotion, customers will have to pick their favourite toys out of more than 100 limited edition or new toys in the Toy Market at a Happy Price! For details, please refer to the posters at the shopping centres or contact us by phone on +852 3168 0080.
Hotline: +852 3168 0080 (Monday to Sunday, 09:00am – 20:00pm)
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