Her love for indoor playgrounds inspired this mum of two to build Kiztopia, a play empire

Tian consciously designed the playground to be a “more protective environment”. Besides protecting kids from the sun and rain, she also trained Kiztopia staff to be more attentive to kids, and look out for their physical and mental well-being, ensuring that there was no fighting and bullying, she said.

The playground is also designed to encourage children to practise not just their motor skills, but also social and emotional skills through play. For example, at the role-play room, kids can pretend to be chefs, storekeepers, firemen and policemen.

“Kids don’t feel any pressure, but at the same time, they learn something so parents don’t feel like they are wasting their time,” Tian, who is also Kiztopia’s chief executive officer, explained.

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