Hong Kong may have experienced a cold snap over the Lunar New Year holidays but Canto-pop singer Andy Lau Tak-wah proved he has kept his heart warm. Despite being on his holidays, Lau went back to toil at a warehouse to pack and deliver 2,000 pieces of thermal underwear worth $400,000 to the Salvation Army. Lau had negotiated for the thermal underwear distributors - for whom he has made a commercial - to donate to the victims of blizzards in Inner Mongolia. 'I've been seeing the plight of these people on television recently and they're really suffering,' said Lau. 'The snowfall is very heavy and the meteorological department is saying another snowstorm may strike. That's why I contacted Super Warm to see if there was anything they could do and they agreed to donate the items immediately. However, the singer-actor says that his delivery efforts will end at the Salvation Army's doors in Yau Ma Tei and not Mongolia. The underwear company says it will continue sending one item of thermal underwear to the Mongolian victims for every item Hong Kong residents buy.