Hong Kong toy bank has collapsed after over 20,000 pieces of new toys being donated during Christmas. Not only expressing the over-materialism in Hong Kong, this includes the over production of the factories as well as consumption in packaging that add extreme load and pressure to our environment.

Before we send gift, we can look for TUCHINOCO  from Japan – Masahiro Minami the creative founder decides to design ‘back-to-basic’ toys made from reinforced corrugated fiber-board. The toys are assembled by layering of the board that its weight is 1/3 to 1/4 of the wood. Parents and children can have fun to build the toys together and boost children’s creativity at the same time. The most important is that the material contains no chemicals whilst it is durable and sustainable.

Source: Asian Hub

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