Good news for the tai-tais shopping in Central. Cafe Landmark in the atrium's mezzanine is now open again so they can enjoy afternoon tea and have a place to rest their heels between shopping. The M.A.X. Concepts group refurbished the restaurant and hosted a cocktail on Monday night to celebrate. As if there weren't enough socialites in attendance, the occasion also kicked off a new fund-raising project with the Wai Yin Association, the charity group comprised exclusively of former Miss Hong Kong contestants. The second runner-up in 1985, Ellen Wong (left), and actress/Miss Hong Kong 1989 Monica Chan Fat-Yung (centre, next to a performer at event) did the promotional honours. 'This is the first time Wai Yin paired up with the Maxims Group on a charity event,' Chan said. 'They're kind enough to help sell our 25th anniversary photo album at all Maxims outlets, with proceeds going to a new foundation fund specifically to assist earthquake victims.' Further, if you'd like to get philatelic with some Miss Hong Kongs - that means stamps, you perv - Wai Yin now has something for you, too. 'Our group also came up with a limited-edition set of 'stamps with a heart',' Chan said. 'This collection features 21 of our renowned Miss Hong Kong members on stamps taken on our trip to Shanghai. In addition, M.A.X. Concepts has agreed to donate money from selling one designated signature dish from each restaurant to our fund too.'