Hong Kong Disneyland, Operation Santa Claus team up to bring Christmas cheer to underprivileged children with creative workshop

Mickey Mouse, a Disney loved one, was given a new life through art by children from poor Hong Kong families at a creative conference held last month. learned how to model the famous Disney mascot with the help of simple, step-by-step instructions from an artist and sign language instructor.


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