Break­ing the ice


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Guests at the Chi Heng Ball ar­rived to a winter won­der­land in the Mira Ho­tel, but the at­mos­phere was any­thing but win­try

Guests ar­rived in a winter won­der­land com­plete with a light dust­ing of snow in the ball­room of the Mira Ho­tel for this year’s Chi Heng Ball. The theme was Frosted and there was cer­tainly some winter magic in the air—it was even snow­ing out­side, or through the pro­jected “win­dows” at least. Hosted by Cathy Lee and Chung To, who set up the Chi Heng Foun­da­tion, the evening raised more than HK$5 mil­lion for the char­ity, which helps chil­dren af­fected by HIV/AIDS in China. Es­ther Ma was em­cee and in­spired gen­er­ous pledges from guests in­clud­ing Emily Lam Ho, Anne Wang-liu and Daisy Ho. Lo­cal de­signer Johnny Lau’s fash­ion show was a hit, fea­tur­ing head-turn­ing gowns from his la­bel Johlaun and jew­ellery from Em­peror Watch & Jew­ellery. And as the evening drew to a close it was time for the auc­tion of ev­ery­thing from jew­ellery to “ex­pe­ri­ences”—all for a good cause.


Chung To, Cathy Lee, Es­ther Ma and Leroy Lam

Wendy Hui and Adrienne Hui

Josephine Chiu and Lil­lian Lee-fong

Tommy Hui

Justin Hui

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