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Scout & Co Wee Gallery - Safari: A Slide & Play Board Book at 219.00 HKD from Popmap
Scout & Co Wee Gallery - Safari: A Slide & Play Board Book
HK$ 219.00
Popmap
Safari is a fun and interactive board book for babies and toddlers. Each page features clues to the hidden safari animal's identity, and sliders for little ones to move to reveal the picture and name. Wee Gallery's signature illustrations of whimsical animals in bold black and white help to stimulate babies' visual development. Check out Pets, the other slide-and-play book in the Wee Gallery series.
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Safari is a fun and interactive board book for babies and toddlers. Each page features clues to the hidden safari animal's identity, and sliders for little ones to move to reveal the picture and name. Wee Gallery's signature illustrations of whimsical animals in bold black and white help to stimulate babies' visual development. Check out Pets, the other slide-and-play book in the Wee Gallery series.
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 Little Jackie Lantern Hc Board Book at 87.00 HKD from Nzgameshop
Little Jackie Lantern Hc Board Book
HK$ 87.00
Nzgameshop
Halloween is on its way and Little Jackie Lantern is worried! Poor Jackie's been afraid of the haunted holiday since he was only two years old, and he's fretting about the spooky ghosts, ghouls, and witches to come. Will this be the year Little Jackie is finally able to join his friends during trick-or-treating, or will he do what he always does - run home frightened? In this delightful tale, find out how a little boy finds his bravery and learns how fun Halloween can truly be!
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Halloween is on its way and Little Jackie Lantern is worried! Poor Jackie's been afraid of the haunted holiday since he was only two years old, and he's fretting about the spooky ghosts, ghouls, and witches to come. Will this be the year Little Jackie is finally able to join his friends during trick-or-treating, or will he do what he always does - run home frightened? In this delightful tale, find out how a little boy finds his bravery and learns how fun Halloween can truly be!
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Scout & Co Wee Gallery - Pets: A Slide & Play Board Book at 219.00 HKD from Popmap
Scout & Co Wee Gallery - Pets: A Slide & Play Board Book
HK$ 219.00
Popmap
Pets is a fun and interactive board book for babies and toddlers. Each page features clues to the hidden household pet's identity, and sliders for little ones to move to reveal the picture and name. Wee Gallery's signature illustrations of whimsical animals in bold black and white help to stimulate babies' visual development. Check out Safari, the other slide-and-play book in the Wee Gallery series.
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Pets is a fun and interactive board book for babies and toddlers. Each page features clues to the hidden household pet's identity, and sliders for little ones to move to reveal the picture and name. Wee Gallery's signature illustrations of whimsical animals in bold black and white help to stimulate babies' visual development. Check out Safari, the other slide-and-play book in the Wee Gallery series.
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Scout & Co Jojo's House board book set - Xavier Deneux at 249.00 HKD from Popmap
Scout & Co Jojo's House board book set - Xavier Deneux
HK$ 249.00
Popmap
Jojo is back! Visit Jojo's house and play with him in every room. The third in Xavier Deneux's charming Jojo series, this set contains six board books (one for each room) and a mini Jojo rabbit, while the house box itself is super fun to play with. Recommended for 18 months+ Xavier Deneux’s fabulous palette, bold visual style, and keen insight into the perception of babies, toddlers, and children shines in more than 20 books. He lives in Paris.
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Jojo is back! Visit Jojo's house and play with him in every room. The third in Xavier Deneux's charming Jojo series, this set contains six board books (one for each room) and a mini Jojo rabbit, while the house box itself is super fun to play with. Recommended for 18 months+ Xavier Deneux’s fabulous palette, bold visual style, and keen insight into the perception of babies, toddlers, and children shines in more than 20 books. He lives in Paris.
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Scout & Co I Am The Wolf… And Here I Come! board book - Benedicte Guettier at 229.00 HKD from Popmap
Scout & Co I Am The Wolf… And Here I Come! board book - Benedicte Guettier
HK$ 229.00
Popmap
A very sturdy, fun board book for babies and toddlers. Watch the wolf put on his trousers, his T-shirt, his socks and more. But what's his plan once he’s fully dressed? Careful – he might bite! This brilliant book – a bestseller in France – is great for teaching about getting dressed, plus it really builds up the suspense! You can shut the book with a loud snap when the wolf arrives. Little ones love it!
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A very sturdy, fun board book for babies and toddlers. Watch the wolf put on his trousers, his T-shirt, his socks and more. But what's his plan once he’s fully dressed? Careful – he might bite! This brilliant book – a bestseller in France – is great for teaching about getting dressed, plus it really builds up the suspense! You can shut the book with a loud snap when the wolf arrives. Little ones love it!
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 DivorceLawyers(H-DVD)(End)(ChinaVersion) at 280.00 HKD from YesAsia
DivorceLawyers(H-DVD)(End)(ChinaVersion)
HK$ 280.00
YesAsia
Divorce Lawyers swept China by storm in its initial airing in 2014 with its timely subject matter, fantastic script and game cast. The story begins with top lawyer Chi Haidong (Wu Xiubo, The Four series), whose heroics in the courtroom are as yet unmatched. He seems to be a textbook example of "having it all" that is, until he discovers that his wife Jiao Yanyan (Zhang Meng, The Myth) is cheating on him. To add insult to injury, he loses the ensuing divorce case against his wife's lawyer, Luo Li (Yao Chen, Caught In The Web). What's more, a series of circumstances then force Chi Haidong and Luo Li together professionally and, to their dismay, domestically. Thus, a battle of wits between two brilliant lawyers who have stopped believing in love begins.
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Divorce Lawyers swept China by storm in its initial airing in 2014 with its timely subject matter, fantastic script and game cast. The story begins with top lawyer Chi Haidong (Wu Xiubo, The Four series), whose heroics in the courtroom are as yet unmatched. He seems to be a textbook example of "having it all" that is, until he discovers that his wife Jiao Yanyan (Zhang Meng, The Myth) is cheating on him. To add insult to injury, he loses the ensuing divorce case against his wife's lawyer, Luo Li (Yao Chen, Caught In The Web). What's more, a series of circumstances then force Chi Haidong and Luo Li together professionally and, to their dismay, domestically. Thus, a battle of wits between two brilliant lawyers who have stopped believing in love begins.
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 Under the Hawthorn Tree (Blu-ray) (Japan Version) at 354.00 HKD from YesAsia
Under the Hawthorn Tree (Blu-ray) (Japan Version)
HK$ 354.00
YesAsia
After a decade of big movies with big names, acclaimed filmmaker Zhang Yimou returns to a simpler age in Under the Hawthorn Tree, his first romantic drama since The Road Home. Two complete newcomers - Shawn Dou and the adorable Zhou Dongyu - are cast as the innocent lovebirds of this rustic, Cultural Revolution-era romance based on a novel by Ai Mi. A nostalgic pure love story perfectly told, Under the Hawthorn Tree quietly warms and breaks hearts in aching snippets, with lush attention to fine details and fleeting moments. Zhang Yimou's simplest film in years is also one of his most emotionally powerful. The daughter of a right-winger, schoolgirl Jing Qiu (Zhou Dongyu) is sent to the countryside for reeducation, and tasked to help write a textbook. There she meets Lao San (Shawn Dou), a young soldier with a bright future ahead. Despite the class divide and parental disapproval, romance blooms against turbulent times.
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After a decade of big movies with big names, acclaimed filmmaker Zhang Yimou returns to a simpler age in Under the Hawthorn Tree, his first romantic drama since The Road Home. Two complete newcomers - Shawn Dou and the adorable Zhou Dongyu - are cast as the innocent lovebirds of this rustic, Cultural Revolution-era romance based on a novel by Ai Mi. A nostalgic pure love story perfectly told, Under the Hawthorn Tree quietly warms and breaks hearts in aching snippets, with lush attention to fine details and fleeting moments. Zhang Yimou's simplest film in years is also one of his most emotionally powerful. The daughter of a right-winger, schoolgirl Jing Qiu (Zhou Dongyu) is sent to the countryside for reeducation, and tasked to help write a textbook. There she meets Lao San (Shawn Dou), a young soldier with a bright future ahead. Despite the class divide and parental disapproval, romance blooms against turbulent times.
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Joy Sales A Bloody Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 55.00 HKD from YesAsia
Joy Sales A Bloody Fight (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
HK$ 55.00
YesAsia
Gordon Liu (36th Chamber of Shaolin) and Norman Tsui (Duel to the Death) have one heck of A Bloody Fight on their hands in director Wilson Tong's 1988 tale of two friends on opposite sides of the law. Tong, Liu, and Tsi would re-team for the following year's similarly themed A Fiery Family, but A Bloody Fight gets an extra boost from the presence of legendary directors Lau Kar Leung (Executioners from Shaolin) and Chor Yuen (Swordsman and Enchantress), who step in front of the camera to play memorable supporting roles. With its tortured antiheroes and elaborate action sequences, A Bloody Fight is a textbook example of Hong Kong's "heroic bloodshed" genre. As children, Fai (Liu) and Keung (Tsui) were the best of friends, but a decade apart finds the two men following drastically different paths. Fai has joined the police force and enjoys a respectable life minding his little sister Mui, while Keung has become irrevocably entrenched in the underworld as a triad hitman. A chance meeting reunites the old friends, and a budding romance with Fai's sister inspires Keung to quit his life of crime. But the triads are hardly willing to let him go without a fight, and Keung's boss engineers a tragedy that threatens to turn the childhood pals into the bitterest of enemies.
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Gordon Liu (36th Chamber of Shaolin) and Norman Tsui (Duel to the Death) have one heck of A Bloody Fight on their hands in director Wilson Tong's 1988 tale of two friends on opposite sides of the law. Tong, Liu, and Tsi would re-team for the following year's similarly themed A Fiery Family, but A Bloody Fight gets an extra boost from the presence of legendary directors Lau Kar Leung (Executioners from Shaolin) and Chor Yuen (Swordsman and Enchantress), who step in front of the camera to play memorable supporting roles. With its tortured antiheroes and elaborate action sequences, A Bloody Fight is a textbook example of Hong Kong's "heroic bloodshed" genre. As children, Fai (Liu) and Keung (Tsui) were the best of friends, but a decade apart finds the two men following drastically different paths. Fai has joined the police force and enjoys a respectable life minding his little sister Mui, while Keung has become irrevocably entrenched in the underworld as a triad hitman. A chance meeting reunites the old friends, and a budding romance with Fai's sister inspires Keung to quit his life of crime. But the triads are hardly willing to let him go without a fight, and Keung's boss engineers a tragedy that threatens to turn the childhood pals into the bitterest of enemies.
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Geneon Entertainment Mutt Boy Deluxe Edition (Japan Version) at 292.00 HKD from YesAsia
Geneon Entertainment Mutt Boy Deluxe Edition (Japan Version)
HK$ 292.00
YesAsia
Only Kwak Kyung Taek, the mastermind behind 2007's hit A Love and all-time classic Friends (2001), had the vision to see Jung Woo Sung (Daisy, A Moment To Remember), one of Korea's best-looking sex symbols, as the titular role in Mutt Boy. No longer just a pretty face, Jung comes out with a grungy hairdo and ragged jogging suit, mumbling an almost incomprehensible dialect and displaying peculiar body language that resembles that of - a mutt dog! Scratching his head and sniffing out the air here and there, Jung nails his role in Mutt Boy. Shot in the small town of Milyang, now made famous by Secret Sunshine, Mutt Boy is a coming-of-age drama that takes the audience on a rollercoaster ride full of growing pains and precious lessons that can never be taught through textbook. Always the immaculate chameleon, veteran actor Kim Gap Su (A Tale of Two Sisters) adds much weight to the scenes with his heart-wrenching performance as the Mutt Boy's tough but forgiving father. There's something different about Chul Min (Jung Woo Sung), or rather "Mutt Boy" as everyone calls him. Not that he is a complete dimwit, but Chul Min is certainly missing a screw or two in his head. Losing his mother at an early age, he lives with his father (Kim Gap Su), the town's police chief. Life is stress-free for Chul Min except for the occasional argument with his father on trivial matters like who gets the last fried egg. One day, his father brings home a troubled orphan girl named Jung Ae (Uhm Ji Won, Traces of Love) whom Chul Min befriends. Seeing his son in constant companion with a bunch of losers, his father urges Chul Min to do something with his life. And one day, Chul Min gets the chance to act on something that will eventually transform his whole life.
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Only Kwak Kyung Taek, the mastermind behind 2007's hit A Love and all-time classic Friends (2001), had the vision to see Jung Woo Sung (Daisy, A Moment To Remember), one of Korea's best-looking sex symbols, as the titular role in Mutt Boy. No longer just a pretty face, Jung comes out with a grungy hairdo and ragged jogging suit, mumbling an almost incomprehensible dialect and displaying peculiar body language that resembles that of - a mutt dog! Scratching his head and sniffing out the air here and there, Jung nails his role in Mutt Boy. Shot in the small town of Milyang, now made famous by Secret Sunshine, Mutt Boy is a coming-of-age drama that takes the audience on a rollercoaster ride full of growing pains and precious lessons that can never be taught through textbook. Always the immaculate chameleon, veteran actor Kim Gap Su (A Tale of Two Sisters) adds much weight to the scenes with his heart-wrenching performance as the Mutt Boy's tough but forgiving father. There's something different about Chul Min (Jung Woo Sung), or rather "Mutt Boy" as everyone calls him. Not that he is a complete dimwit, but Chul Min is certainly missing a screw or two in his head. Losing his mother at an early age, he lives with his father (Kim Gap Su), the town's police chief. Life is stress-free for Chul Min except for the occasional argument with his father on trivial matters like who gets the last fried egg. One day, his father brings home a troubled orphan girl named Jung Ae (Uhm Ji Won, Traces of Love) whom Chul Min befriends. Seeing his son in constant companion with a bunch of losers, his father urges Chul Min to do something with his life. And one day, Chul Min gets the chance to act on something that will eventually transform his whole life.
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