The Mills'
Event

  • 2021.03.06 - 07

    Local sand painting artist Hoi Chiu teams up with Bel Canto Singers’Music Director David Quah in an imaginative presentation of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Through impressive operaticsinging and magical sand art, the star-crossed lovers are brought to
    life before the community audience.

  • 2021.02.05 - 28

    The innovative Chinese New Year installation features over five-hundred iconic Coca-Cola® crates and returnable glass bottles arranged as a giant maze leading visitors to a stunning peach blossom tree in the centre where they can make New Year wishes and take some memorable photos. Following OrangeTerry’s success with The Mills’ recent instagrammable floating Christmas tree, the social designer will again give recycled materials a second life as colourful decorations. The Mills Shopfloor has also prepared a range of attractive new year offers and gift redemptions for visitors.

  • 2021.02.01 - 28

    Date : 1st Feb – 28th Feb 2021
    Time: 10am-10pm

    Present original on-day receipts with spending of $500 or above (with a maximum of two transactions) at The Mills and get a limited edition Chinese New Year sticker.

  • Start your savings plan with a DIY piggy bank from The Mills!

    Our recycled Denim Piggy Bank DIY pack has been restocked after having been sold out for a while, just in time for Chinese New Year.

    In addition to our online store, the piggy bank DIY kit and a series of products from The Mills including the green wall embroidery kit and WeWeave special edition masking tape are also now available at The Common Ground.

  • 2020.12.16 - 31

    As 2020 draws to a close, The Mills is celebrating a truly Green Christmas by bringing the old back to life with unique decorations made from recycled wood. Working together with local designer Orange Terry and his innovative team, The Mills has created an exclusive centerpiece for the iconic landmark with a gigantic Christmas tree installation made from colourful recycled wooden pallets suspended above the atrium like a chandelier.

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