by Julie Hansberry July 13, 2016
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Moinàrchy takes play seriously and helps expand children’s career awareness at early age.
HONG KONG – July 12, 2016 – Based in Hong Kong, Moinàrchy unveiled a play-based learning monthly subscription of project kits, that are STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) focused, for little creators aged 2-18, delivered every month to door.
Each box comes with 1-2 themed project kit(s), easy-to-follow instructions, mystery gift and scratch & win card. Available in 1, 3, 6, or 12-month plans, from HK$88-207 per month. Individual project kits are also available for purchase. “Our customers are worry- and hassle-free: no peer pressure to excel at lightning speed, no travel hassle, no need to spend time picking activity sets at store”, says co-founder of Moinàrchy, Natalie Lau. Moinàrchy allows every parent to schedule unscheduled play at home or even for parties. Through involving and experimenting in the real world context with actual tools, the children are exposed to careers outside their experience (e.g. forensic) via play, achieve things off-screen and enhance future competitiveness at early age.
Moinàrchy is committed to nurturing the next generation. It is sponsoring Jumpstart Magazine on a startup camp for kids this July. “It means a lot to us to be part of cultivating young entrepreneurs in Hong Kong”, says Natalie. “Jumpstart’s dedication to the startup ecosystem is tremendous.” The summer fun continues - a pop-up booth of Moinàrchy is scheduled to meet the public the first time at the Discovery Bay Sunday Market coming August 14, September 11 & October 9. “We are thrilled to meet people and demonstrate our learning packs.”
About Moinàrchy (MIY): Moinàrchy is Hong Kong’s first monthly subscription of children’ activity kits on science, technology, engineering & craft, delivered to door internationally. The play-based learning sets are designed for young creators aged 2-18. With no travel hassle, Moinàrchy foster children to learn through play at their own pace, achieve things off-screen, bond with parents, expand career awareness and enhance future competitiveness at early age.
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