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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Joey Meng Calls on Citizens to Not Forget to Do Charity When Seeing Duck

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The giant rubber duck has appeared in Hong Kong, so many stars have flocked to see it! Joey Meng also took pictures in front of the duck. She expressed that seeing the giant duck immediately evoked a lot childhood memories, and also believes that adults and children alike like rubber ducks...must have grown up with one.

This time, the giant duck arrived in Hong Kong to not only let citizens see and enjoy, but also has another significance, which is to raise funds for the charity 'Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation', which promotes awareness of mental health issues. As the Caring Ambassador, Joey has called on citizens to see the giant duck and also do something for charity to raise even more expenditure for the Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation to help those who need it. Joey laughingly said, "Seeing how big the giant duck was at that moment was indeed very shocking. Didn't expect it to be so big. Felt that I became a small person. Was really happy to see it. Hope that everyone is happy like me, releasing all the positive energy and in a good mood every day!"

Personal Note: This should be Joey's second time seeing the duck, as she Weibo-ed a picture of the duck a while earlier.

*Credits to the-sun and appledaily

1 comment:

  1. I wish I was in Hong Kong to see this as well, so many Hong Kong artistes went to see and take photos of it!

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