29 Mar 2012
This Easter, The Link will join with the Hong Kong Rabbit Society to launch The Link’s Easter Fantastic Funny Land at Lok Fu Plaza. During this event, the shopping centre will be decorated with 3-D optical illusions, bringing shoppers into a 3D world surrounded by Easter bunnies.
Other attractions will include the first-ever Easter Bunny Playground and Easter Bunny Fashion Show, allowing shoppers to get closer to the rabbits and enjoy a great time with family.
The Link’s Easter Fantastic Funny Land
Designed by renowned local artist Mr Terrance Choi, The Link’s Easter Bunny World will be held at Zone B of Lok Fu Plaza for two weeks between 12 noon and 7pm, starting from today. Shoppers will be able to experience stunning 3D optical illusions and bring along their own rabbits to play at the outdoor Bunny playground.
Easter Bunny Fashion show
On 8 April (Sun) at 2pm, an Easter Bunny Fashion Show will be held at Lok Fu Plaza under the theme ‘Fairy Tale Stories’. Contestants can dress up their pet rabbits as fairy tale characters to compete for the grand prizes. Deadline for application is 31 March 2012 (before 12 midnight). For details, please refer to the website www.hkrabbit.org or contact us by phone on 3580-0059.
Pet a bunny for charity
From 31 March to 1 April (Sat & Sun) and from 6 April to 9 April (Fri to Mon), shoppers who donate HK$20 to the Hong Kong Rabbit Society will receive a free instant photo with a real rabbit at the 3-D photography zone. Charity sale booths will also be available for animal lovers.
Ms Hilda Wong, Head of Marketing of The Link Management Limited, said, ‘Our company supports the development of local arts and creative projects. Lok Fu Plaza has been transformed into the Easter Fantastic Land to give shoppers an opportunity to experience optical illusions and enjoy shopping with their pets.”
A representative from the Hong Kong Rabbit Society, Ms Joanna Chow, said, ‘We are delighted to participate in this event and would like to teach people how to take care of rabbits properly through a series of programmes.’