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Ribbons for longevity - Shanghai Tang's Pink Longevity Bracelet

From next month until Feb 2011, Shanghai Tang is launching a limited edition "Pink Longevity" bracelet to help the Hong Kong Cancer Fund's breast cancer awareness campaign - Pink Revolution.

Designed with Shanghai Tang's unique Chinese chic touch, two single pink ribbons - the symbol for breast cancer - are interlocked into a double-ribboned endless knot as a bracelet charm to bring longevity to the wearer.

688 bracelets will be available for sale at HK$380 (S$65) at the fashion label's Hong Kong stores and online shop.

The Shanghai Tang limited edition "Pink Longevity" bracelet is available at:

Pedder Building:

12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong Tel 2525 7333

Pacific Place:

Shop 237, Level 2, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong Tel 2918 1505

1881 Heritage:

House 1, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Tel 2368 2932

InterContinental Hotel:

Shop A, Level 1, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Tel 2723 1012

Elements Shop:

1022, Level 1, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel 2196 8200

Hong Kong International Airport Passenger Terminal Building, East Hall, Shop 7E191 Tel 2261 0606 Passenger Terminal Building, West Hall, Shop 7E144 Tel 2261 0318 Shop online at

About the Hong Kong Cancer Fund:

Hong Kong Cancer Fund is a non-profit organization, providing free information, professional guidance, and peer support to anyone living with or affected by cancer. With a network of support spanning the hospital, the community and the home, Hong Kong Cancer Fund's mission is to help make life better for people touched by cancer.

Ensuring no one faces cancer alone, Cancer Fund not only provides vital support to cancer patients and their families, but helps to improve hospital environments, drive public awareness of cancer, and fund local cancer research and training to better the future of cancer care. Without support from the government or Community Chest, Hong Kong Cancer Fund relies on public generosity to sustain their free and on-going cancer support services.


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