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K11 Event
6 Feb 2019 - 15 Mar 2020
Share Love. We Donate. Get Rewards

1. Bohemian Garden, 7F



A. Make a heart shape with your hand & take a photo

B. Upload & hashtag #K11LovePower on Facebook or Instagram`

`Set Facebook photo’s privacy or Instagram account’s privacy to public.

C. K11 MUSEA will donate HK$20 to Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service*



2. Take a picture at Gold Ball, 2F



3. Get your rewards near Dior Beauty (shop b118), B1^



^Gift redemption available during store opening hours only. Customers are advised to check the opening hours with the individual stores. Limited quantity. Rewards are available on a first-come, first-served basis. One gift per customer. While stocks last.





*From now till 15 March 2020, customers who come to Bohemian Garden (7/F, K11 MUSEA), make a heart shape with their hands, take a photo and upload & hashtag #K11LovePower on their personal Facebook or Instagram account (with photo’s privacy settings set to public), K11 MUSEA will donate HK$20 to Hong Kong Lutheran Social Service, LC-HKS for each social media account containing eligible photo(s) uploaded during the applicable period.

Art
Date
6 Feb 2019 - 15 Mar 2020
Time
12:00 - 19:00
Location
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More Details
$
Free

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