Happenings

Special events for December 2021:

Gift redemption
Mid-Autumn Festival Special:
Dates & days:
2 September 2022, Friday to 12 September 2022, Monday
Times:
1:00 p. m.  to 7:00 p. m.
Location:
Concierge of Tai Yau Plaza, Ground floor, Tai Yau Plaza,
Tai Yau Building, 181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Activities:
In celebrating this year’s Mid-Autumn Festival, our patrons may redeem unique hanging-lanterns with their proof-of-purchase invoice(s) with a minimum purchase of Hong Kong $500.00 at Tai Yau Plaza. Only original invoices generated from purchases payments via electronic means such as credit cards, Electronic Payment Services (E. P. S.), Octopus Cards, and/or Union Pay in a maximum of two transactions would be accepted. Supply is limited so please come early and visit our Concierge at Tai Yau Plaza’s atrium level for further details.
Art exhibition
“Her Voices: All About Growing Up” by Marycove Center, Sister of the Good Shepherd:
Dates & days:
19 August 2022, Friday to 4 September 2022, Sunday
Times:
10:00 a. m.  to 10:00 p. m.
Location:
Atrium of Tai Yau Plaza, Ground floor, Tai Yau Plaza,
Tai Yau Building, 181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Activities:
Growing up is never easy. Adolescent girls from Marycove Center would like to share their joy as well as sorrow of growth through artworks and paintings. With the funding of Li Ka Shing Charity Foundation, Marycove Center, a girl’s residential home, is going through a transformation to a trauma-informed care home. Most of girls are coming with adverse childhood experiences. Through art, music, gardening and a holding environment created, Marycove Center facilitates these young ladies heal their inner wounds in their own pacing.
Art exhibition
“An Unforgettable Experience of Hong Kong Stories” by Mr. Ming Yue:
Dates & days:
25 September 2022, Sunday to 16 October 2022, Sunday
Times:
10:00 a. m.  to 10:00 p. m.
Location:
Atrium of Tai Yau Plaza, Ground floor, Tai Yau Plaza,
Tai Yau Building, 181 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Activities:
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong's return to the motherland and share a joyful moment with the Hong Kong people, Artist – Ming Yue created a series of unique paintings on the theme of Hong Kong, bringing out the changes in the city phenomenon, social and cultural life over the past years.

Coming here

A wide selection of transportation options are readily available. Tai Yau Plaza is situated within a well-established network of major buses, trams, and taxis routes. The Wan Chai M.T.R. Station is within a short walking distance. There are also numerous parking spaces available at Tai Yau Plaza if driving is fancied.

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