Humpty Dumpty would have been pleased to see the Easter egg artwork by children from the Hong Kong Hans Andersen Club. The handiwork of 60 children from the club's Diana Boyd Wilson and Chuk Yuen centres is on display as part of Great Food Hall's Easter promotion at Pacific Place. It is also part of a fund-raising campaign for the charity, which aims to improve the well-being of children. Hans Andersen Club spokesman Lydia Law said the charity hopes that the display will prompt visitors to make a donation. Proceeds will go towards improving one of the club's five centres in Hong Kong. 'Our Lamma centre is remote from the city and the children are from different ethnic backgrounds. The donations will be used to hold some Easter activities for them and buy new furniture for the centre.' Josephine Chun, who is in charge of Diana Boyd Wilson centre, said: 'Most children in the club are from poor families, so we hope these artworks will encourage shoppers to help. It took our members nearly two hours to paint the eggs.' Club member Ng Ka-chung, eight, said: 'We could draw whatever we liked. I drew my father, mother and I on my egg.' Shirley Zhou Xue-ling, seven, drew a pair of eyes on her egg, which was judged as one of 10 most beautiful eggs. 'The eyes do not belong to any specific person. They are just from my imagination,' she said. A 9kg loaf of hefezopf, a German braided bread, will be also on display. Made of flour, eggs, yeast and sugar, it took three days to make, said Great bakery chef Gary Wong.