Greeting Cards

    Hong Kong Scenes Greeting Card, Set of 8


    Hong Kong Scenes Greeting Cards A set of eight greeting cards depicting scenes of popular Hong Kong pastimes. These includes mahjong, home hobbies, fishermen, street markets, kung fu, rickshaw, Chinese opera...

    Hong Kong Scenes Greeting Card, Mahjong


    Mahjong A favourite pastime One of Hong Kong Scenes Greeting Cards Hong Kong Scenes Greeting Cards is a set of eight greeting cards depicting scenes of popular Hong Kong pastimes. These...

    POSTalk large pop-up card, Wong Tai Sin Temple


    The Wong Tai Sin Temple is where worshippers pray for good fortune through offerings. It claims to ‘make every wish come true upon request’ making it quite a popular place...

    POSTalk large pop-up card, Cheung Chau Bun Festival


    The Cheung Chau Bun Festival is a traditional Chinese festival on the island of Cheung Chau. The Festival, which draws tens of thousands of local and overseas tourists every year, is staged to...

    POSTalk large pop-up card, Pottinger Street


    Pottinger Street is a street in the heart of Central, Hong Kong. Easily recognised by the large stone slabs used as steps, the street is filled with tourists balancing themselves...

    POSTalk large pop-up card, Cantonese Opera


    The colorful and vivid Cantonese opera is where culture and art co-exist in Hong Kong. Traditionally, the theatrical performances of the actors were a way of worshipping gods through music...

    Neon Sign Congratulations card


    Specifications:Message: Congratulations Let's Celebrate!Size: 11.2 (h) x 15.2 (w) cmWith envelope

    'Kung Hei' Congratulations Card


    Specifications:Size: 13.3 (h) x 9.9 (w) cmWith envelope

    POSTalk mini pop-up card, Lantern Festival


    The Lantern Festival, also regarded as the Eastern Valentine's Day, falls on the 15th day of the first month of the lunar calendar. It is celebrated by hanging colourful lanterns...

    POSTalk mini pop-up card, Roast Goose


    Roast goose is among one of the best dishes in Cantonese cuisine and very popular amongst locals and visitors alike. The thoroughly seasoned goose is roasted in a charcoal furnace...

    POSTalk large pop-up card, Door Gods


    The Door Gods were two historical admirals in the Tang Dynasty. Generals Qin and Wei were commanded to guard outside the King's bedroom to drive off evil spirits. Since then residents...

    POSTalk large pop-up card, Golden Dragon dance


    Traditionally, Chinese people worship the dragon regarding it as a symbol of luck. When there is a festival, dragon dancers will perform their dance which involves imitating the movements and gestures of a dragon....

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