Did you know that the second day of the Chinese New Year is very important to the Chinese culture? Second day is where most businessmen start and open their businesses. The second day of the Chinese New Year involves the ‘opening of the business day’ where in Mandarin it is called ‘kai nian’, which translates to ‘open year’, according to Feng Shui Expert Joseph Chau.
And on January 29, the second day of the Chinese New Year also the year of the Fire Rooster, Master Chau will be joining Crimson Hotel Filinvest City with revelry of good fortune. great food, and live entertainment at the Chinese New Year Brunch Buffet celebration at The Grand Ballroom. For only P1,588++ per person, troupes of colorful dragon dancers, traditional Chinese theater performances and acrobats will entertain guests while world renowned Master Chau leads the Chinese New Year ceremony at the ground Lobby prior tot he luncheon at the ballroom. Diners who avail of the Chinese New Year Brunch at The Grand Ballroom are entitled to join the raffle for a chance to win an overnight stay in a Presidential Suite for 4 persons.
Also on January 27 to February 4, guests can also look forward to a bounty of Chinese culinary favorites at Cafe Eight. Guest Chef Adrian Lim creates sumptuous specialties such as Suckling Pig, Longevity Noodles, Jelly Fish and assorted Dim Sum. Enjoy this endless parade of Chinese dishes for lunch at P1,238++ per person and for dinner at P1,418++ per person. Buffet rates include free-flowing beverages such as wine, beer, juice, and sodas.
About Feng Shui Master Joseph Chau
Acknowledged as a primary figure in Chinese geomancy, Mr. Chau has been practicing Feng Shui for over 30 years and established his own firm, Chau’s Chinese Geomancy.
His popularity has spread across the globe because, while he is based in Hong Kong, he is constantly traveling to meet clients in Australia, Brunei, China, Canada, Germany, Indonesia, mauritius, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, the UAE, and USA. He has lectured on Feng Shui i Sydney, Vancouver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Hong Kong, and Manila.
The Year of the Fire Rooster Forecasts by Master Chau
“The luck of this coming year is ‘year of the Fire Rooster, day of the Tiger, day of the Metal Rooster, time of the Rat’. So the combination of these four signs means that the society is changing. The first half of the year for the government and the people may not be harmonious but on the second half of the year, there will be much better year for the country. Malacanang office has a good luck in Feng Shui this 2017,” said Master Chau during the Gong Xi Fa Cai Chinese New Year Celebration press conference held last January 20.
Aside from traditional Chinese revelries, upcycle artist Jevie Santos Pagpaguitan transforms The Gallery into a beautiful garden complete with Prosperity Trees and Fire Rooster made up of upcycled materials. Chinese merchants selling Feng Shui items, paintings, and Chinese delicacies can be seen which creates a feel of Little Chinatown.
Pagpaguitan shared with us how his works were chosen to be featured at The Gallery and told us some of the materials he used to make his creations. Some of us think that ordinary things found in our home have no use. Instead, Pagpaguitan used these materials to make a wonderful state-of-the-art masterpiece. For example, the blooming flowers in his Prosperity Trees were made from the bottom of softdrink pet bottles.
Chinese New Year Staycation
Book now your Chinese New Year staycation at Crimson Hotel Filinvest City via direct and use the promo code CNY2017 to avail of the Lucky Rooster Room Package. Stay from January 28 to 29, 2017 and enjoy a special rate starting at P5,888++ inclusive of buffet breakfast for two, complimentary Feng Shui Guide for 2017 by Master Chau, complimentary tickets for two to the Chinese New Year Brunch celebration and late checkout at 6 PM. Book the Lucky Rooster Room package ang get a chance to win an overnight stay for two in an executive Club room.
For booking or more information, visit the official website www.crimsonhotel.com/manila/.
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