It was an all-week celebration as we welcome the Year of the Rooster this Chinese Chinese New Year. left and right, there were a lot of invitation that we’ve attended and one of them was Good Life’s celebration of joyful traditions in 2-day ‘Flavors of Fortune’ Chinese New Year grand food fest which was held last January 27-28, 2017 at Robinsons Place Manila.
It was an auspicious celebration filled with colorful tradition and lavish festivities as they welcome the Year of the Rooster. As one of the leading Asian food brand, Good Life, celebrates “Flavors of Fortune: Food Trip Down Chinatown”, a grand Chinese New Year festival that opened on Friday, Jan. 27 to Saturday Jan. 28 at the Robinsons Place Manila Midtown Atrium, hosted by Valerie Tan.
Good Life – Flavors of Fortune centers on sharing joyful moments with family and friends sharing good food. The celebration is open to everyone who loves authentic Chinese cuisine and those who wish to bring in harmony, positive vibes, and prosperity in their lives this 2017.
“Good Life aims for a holistic festivity that promotes a fortune-filled life, which includes the fusion of good food, good relationships and a good disposition in life. We want to joyfully share with the rest of the Filipinos the best of Chinese cuisine through our Asian food line Good Life,” says Fly Ace Corporation General Manager Ramon Daez.
To commemorate this year’s Chinese Zodiac, Good Life held the Good Life Chinoy Dish Showdown (Day 1 at 2:25 p.m.), a culinary competition highlighting modern Chinese-Filipino dishes. Featured participants are some of Manila’s finest hotels which include Hotel Kimberly, City Garden Hotel, Lotus Garden Hotel, Eurotel, Bayview Park Hotel, Amelie Hotel and Best Western Hotel that will battle it out in a live cooking exposition to win the prize for the best Chinese dish.
Aside from the culinary showdown, Day 1 featured a dragon and lion dance, cooking demo, raffle draw and cultural performance from Chiang Kai Shek College and the much-awaited Feng Shui Talk by Master Hanz Cua. Day 2 had more activities, raffles, and cooking demos and highlighted with a Feng Shui talk, this time by Naneth Guinto.
For a richer Chinese New Year experience, both days (Jan. 27-28) featured the Good Life Chinoy Activity Strip, the Chinoy Food Strip, fortune telling, and more. We were able to go around the venue and did a Chinese paper artwork and had our name in Chinese calligraphy.
Event goers simply purchased any Good Life product/s worth PhP 90 in Robinsons Supermarket to avail the Passport to the event. The Passport provided guests access to the delectable food sampling and activity booths in the event area. It also includes: Lucky Dish stub (to vote for their chosen winning Chinoy dish), a Raffle stub, and Prosperity Tree stub which entitles them to pick 1 angpao which holds exciting prizes such as a premium item or fortune.
The Good Life Flavors of Fortune: Food Trip Down Chinatown 2017 was presented by Fly Ace Corporation, Good Life, City of Manila and Robinsons Place Manila (official venue partner), with the support of event partners Cook magazine, Breakfast Magazine, Business Mirror, Malaya Business Insight, Manila Times, The Standard, Manila Bulletin, Mommy Blogger Philippines, ChinoyTV, Ermita-Malate Business Owners Association, Ateneo Confucius Institute, Fujidenzo, Whirlpool, Tecnogas, Whirlpool, Masflex, Franzia, and TaiChi Guyasteen.
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Good Life is a food brand that is exclusively distributed by Fly Ace Corporation in the Philippines. It offers a wide array of products that is perfect for Asian cuisine. For more information about Good Life, visit www.facebook.com/goodtastegoodlife.
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