The Yellow Rubber Duck
12 Jan

The Yellow Rubber Duck

Have you ever wondered where the yellow rubber duck, your best childhood bathing companion comes from?

100% made in Hong Kong and having swum through almost all bathtubs around the world, this adorable rubber ducky has been the fond memories for generations since its birth 70 years ago.

Locally born and raised, Mr LT Lam witnessed the Japanese invasion in his youth, which impelled him to build a Chinese toy brand to contend with the toy empire at that time. He made the first local yellow rubber duck in 1948, and has earned international reputation for Hong Kong toy industry. Since then, Mr Lam is hailed as the “Father of the Yellow Rubber Duck”. With passion, earnestness and diligence, he started his lifelong journey as the toy tycoon of China…


Written by Chung Ying resident Teaching Artist Michael Ip, and directed by Assistant Artistic Director Edmond Lo, Chung Ying’s The Yellow Rubber Duck is an original production that stages the legendary story of Mr Lam, depicting a deep love for Hong Kong.


For more details, please find the link as below:


Performance Details


26, 28 Janurary 2018


8pm (Please register at 7:40pm)


Auditorium, Kwai Tsing Theatre




Arts Ambassadors




20 (Arts Ambassdors can each bring one family member or friend)

Registration deadline:

19 January 2018 (Fri)




*Successful applications will receive confirmation email or call from Chung Ying Theatre. Unsuccessful applicants will not be notified.


*Successful applicants who cannot attend the event, please contact the Admin Office at 2820 1036 three days prior to the event. Free tickets may not be distributed to Arts Ambassadors who are absent without valid reasons in the future.