Press Release

World Vision Used Book Sale kicks off today Proceeds go to supporting children with disabilities in Tianjin

The 26th annual Used Book Recycling Campaign, co-organised by World Vision Hong Kong and AEON Stores (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd., kicks off today (4 Aug) at Plaza Hollywood in Diamond Hill. At the opening ceremony, officiating guests Jessica Hsuan (宣萱), Akina Fong (方健儀) and BabyJohn (蔡瀚億) each donated a book for the charity book sale and shared how the books have inspired them.

Books donated by the public, including reference books, novels, travel books, leisure books, children’s books and comics, are available starting at HK$10. All proceeds will go to supporting the Tianjin Wuqing Children Rehabilitation Centre, enabling them to purchase new rehabilitative equipment, and provide training and special education for children with disabilities.

2017 Used Book Recycling Campaign Details:

Book Sale

Date: 4 August (Friday) – 13 August (Sunday)
Time: 11am – 8:30pm (Opens at 1:00pm on 4, 5, 9 and 12 August)
Venue: Stars Atrium, 1/F Plaza Hollywood, Diamond Hill, Kowloon

Book Prices

Discounted Books
Children’s books, comics, simplified Chinese books
Travel guidebooks, novels and all leisure books
Dictionaries, reference books

HK$10 each
HK$10 each
HK$20 each
HK$50 each

Enquiries

Tel: 2394 2394     Website: www.worldvision.org.hk/en/usedbook


This event has been well-supported by the public throughout the years. In the past 25 years, it has raised over HK$32.5 million for World Vision’s development work in China.

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