The Chinese New Year 2019 Special Menu at F1 Hotel Manila

The Chinese New Year 2019 Special Menu at F1 Hotel Manila
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As we welcome the year of the Earth Pig on the Chinese calendar, F1 Hotel Manila at the heart of BGC celebrates luck and with high hopes for good fortune. Experience the superb variety of Chinese culinary flavors this Chinese

F1 Hotel Manila Welcomes CNY2018 with an Auspicious Asian Themed Buffet

F1 Hotel Manila Welcomes CNY2018 with an Auspicious Asian Themed Buffet
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F1 Hotel Manila welcomed the Year of the Earth Dog with the traditional Chinese New Year Lion Dance and an auspicious Asian themed buffet. The Chinese Lunar New Year celebration at F1 Hotel Manila last February 16 (Friday) was led by the

Five Things To Do in Chinatown Manila During the Lunar New Year Celebration

Five Things To Do in Chinatown Manila During the Lunar New Year Celebration
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The Chinese New Year this year falls on February 8 (Monday).  The Philippine government has declared the day a special holiday to give time for the Filipino-Chinese (Chinoys) communities to celebrate. However, and for many years now, the Chinese New

Chinatown | Day Before the 2016 Chinese New Year Celebration

Chinatown | Day Before the 2016 Chinese New Year Celebration
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It is always a fascinating treat to visit Chinatown Manila during the celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year. Not much has change with regards to what the street of Ongpin and the whole of Binondo looked like when I visited

MARITES ALLEN | The Only Filipino Feng Shui Master

MARITES ALLEN | The Only Filipino Feng Shui Master
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A lot of Filipinos are now looking to feng shui for guidance mostly for various business ventures and also to push their personal luck specially at the start of the Chinese New Year! They buy round shaped fruits, wear red and rearrange furniture.

Experience the Chinese New Year at SkyRanch Tagaytay

Experience the Chinese New Year at SkyRanch Tagaytay
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Filipinos are known for being a friendly and supportive community when it comes to commemorating iconic celebrations. Chinese New Year, among many, is one event that everyone warmly looks forward to. Such is the popularity of this annual festivity that

Chinatown Manila | Images of the Chinese New Year Celebration in the Philippines

Chinatown Manila | Images of the Chinese New Year Celebration in the Philippines
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The Chinese Lunar New Year was celebrated here in the Philippines last February 19 (Thursday). In other parts of the world this occasion is also called the Spring Festival but since we only have two seasons here in our tropical

Sky Ranch Tagaytay Celebrates the Chinese New Year with Dances, Fireworks and Royalties

Sky Ranch Tagaytay Celebrates the Chinese New Year with Dances, Fireworks and Royalties
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Positive Karma and good fortune – these are just some of the things that the Chinese Lunar New Year heralds, and why we, Filipinos have taken this special holiday to heart and celebrated it along with our Chinese brothers and sisters.  The Chinese New

Your Animal Sign and Luck in the Year of the Wood Horse 2014

Your Animal Sign and Luck in the Year of the Wood Horse 2014
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The Chinese Zodiac, similar to the western zodiac has a 12-year cycles each represented by 12 animal signs and its unique attributes.  For example, I was born in the year that falls under the sign of the WATER OX.  The

RainCHECKS: Chinatown’s CHUAN KEE Restaurant

RainCHECKS: Chinatown’s CHUAN KEE Restaurant
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The Chinese New Year celebration is just around the corner, 12 days to be exact and people are already building up at the Sta. Cruz and Binondo area. Chinatown is never more alive.  People from all over Metro Manila and

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