Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year, is the most celebrated holiday of the Chinese community in China and abroad. So it is not surprising that in the Philippines, a country which has centuries-old ties with China, Tsinoys (Chinese Filipinos) are always looking forward to it as well. Chinese New Year celebrations are big in the Megacity!
Chinese New Year, or also known as Lunar New Year, is the most celebrated holiday of the Chinese community in China and abroad. So it is not very surprising that in the Philippines, a country which has centuries of ties with China, the celebrations are looked forward too. The Chinese New Year celebrations are big in the Megacity! Celebrate the Chinese New Year on the 28th of January!
Lucky Chinatown Mall is not only a mall but also a regular venue for Chinese festivities, such as the Mid-Autumn Festival, the Chinese Movie Festival, the Dragon Boat Festival, the Filipino-Chinese Friendship Day, and - most importantly - Chinese New Year. As the name indicates you find this upscale mall in the middle of Manila's Chinatown, Binondo.
Are you ready for 2016? If you are spending the year in Manila and in different parts of the Philippines, take a look at the holidays, festivals, events, and concerts coming to the country this year.
Guests from a cultural institute, international chamber, top corporation and local media joined the September Stammtisch held at the cozy and relaxing Le Cafe Curieux in Makati City. The lively discussion ranged from international holidays to cooking and looking for healthier options to eat in Metro Manila.
Dancing with dragons, playing with fire: the team of MEGACITIZENS.com joined the Chinese New Year celebrations on January 31 in the heart of Binondo. Check out our video and the photo gallery with impressions of Chinese New Year 2014 in Manila's Chinatown.
Last month was clearly dominated by Christmas, New Year's Eve and the preperation for Chinese New Year. But he Megacitizens-Team also found time to feature some interesting HotSpots.