Why Gifts are important
Gift giving is a way of expressing our caring and connection to others. It is a way of showing our love and appreciation, and it can also be a way of inspiring others. Gift giving can be a very personal act, or it can be something that we do for someone we care about. Gift giving can also be a way of showing our friendship and support, and it can be a way of strengthen relationships. Gift giving is an important part of our lives, and it is something that we should all experience.
We have wide range of selections for you You can find Maori Crafts; Buddha; Zen Garden; and Gifts for most of the special events
What Are our unique product?
Water Fountain; Incense burner are considered as our featured products
Our shops are in Manukau and Henderson shopping mall; NorthWest shopping center
The Real Point of Gift Giving
——by Peter Bregman in Harvard Business Review
On a basic level, we give gifts because we’re supposed to. On certain occasions — birthdays, anniversaries, dinner parties, the end of the year — it’s customary.
Underlying that custom is an important purpose: appreciation. We give people gifts to show them that we are grateful for them and value the role they play in our lives.
For Any Occasions
Guests’ books for wedding ceremony; Jewellery boxes for bride; Wooden frame messages for new couples, as such gifts
To print baby’s tiny feet and hands; to take pictures for each month in the first year after baby was born. We have special designed photo frames for recording baby’s growing
Graduation gifts for students; drink wares for celebration; novlty mugs for families and friends on special days; customized birthday glasses for different ages
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Gift World, Shop 244 WestField Manukau
Gift World , Shop 105 Westfield Henderson
The social value of giving has been recognised throughout human history. And there have been many studies on human behaviour and gift giving, from psychologists, economists and marketers. Giving gifts is a complex and intricate part of how we humans interact with each other. Connecting with our loved ones gives us a sense of purpose and a feeling of satisfaction.
To understand the custom of giving gifts we need to take a look at humans as a species. We’re social creatures and we’ve been shaped by millions of years of living and working together. Our species thrives when we cooperate with each other rather than living in silos. The positive, emotional feelings we experience when we share gifts are the result of our evolution.