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szdaily -> Hotels
MAKE a child’s Xmas dream come true over a cup of tea
    2017-December-8  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

PALM Court at The Langham, Shenzhen invites you to join the hotel in creating Christmas surprises for children with congenital heart diseases through Dec. 27. While enjoying exquisite Christmas desserts, scented teas and coffee, and spiced Christmas drinks, you can also play a role in making the dreams of a child come true.

Melodic music, aromatic mulled wine, fresh evergreen Christmas trees, and soft shadows cast by the warm afternoon sun are well-known features of Shenzhen’s afternoon tea spot, Palm Court.

At Christmas time, the hotel’s executive pastry chef Francesco Mannino is ready to turn this location all the more special, making a dazzling array of adorable and much-loved Christmas desserts by hand in either classical, dark green or deep red variations.

Such desserts include blackcurrant chestnut tartlet with “Rudolph antlers,” a lovely “Christmas tree” cake loaded with sweet tropical fruits and fragrant pistachios, and chocolate and long pepper éclair decorated with a fallen “snowflake,” all of which carry a special meaning for Christmas.

Palm Court will also provide special Christmas mulled wine and eggnog, as well as an array of carefully-selected Wedgwood teas, filling this Christmas with sweet happiness.

In addition to savoring delicacies, Christmas is also a time to give warmth and love. Since its opening, The Langham, Shenzhen has been striving to provide attentive care to underprivileged children, helping them grow up healthily.

This season, the hotel will join hands with the Shenzhen Handpicked Love Foundation in helping children with congenital heart diseases get their wishes.

Many of these children come from disadvantaged areas in Xinjiang, Hainan, Hunan and Jiangxi provinces and were given a chance to receive their desired presents for this Christmas. With innocent hearts come simple wishes.

It turned out that ordinary, useful gifts such as a new schoolbag, a new down coat, or just a doll or toy are enough to make these Christmas wishes come true.

To grant them their wishes, you simply need to inform the hotel staff of your participation and the hotel will share half of the cost with you. This seemingly small act can make a big difference in a child’s life.

(Maggie Tang)

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