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Fairchild TV and Talentvision Cheer for Frontline Workers

04/07/2020

Within months the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly spreading, affecting tens of thousands of people worldwide and causing an exponential rise of infected cases. During this nerve wracking time, frontline and medical workers are devoting all their efforts and risking their own lives to save others. Their selfless sacrifice deserves our nation's tribute. To show our gratitude, Fairchild TV and Talentvision family members uploaded photos with words of encouragement as a token of appreciation for these heroes' unconditional love.

Fairchild TV and Talentvision Cheer for Frontline Workers
Fairchild TV and Talentvision Cheer for Frontline Workers
Fairchild TV and Talentvision Cheer for Frontline Workers
Fairchild TV and Talentvision Cheer for Frontline Workers

Other than leaving messages to cheer them on, staying at home and practicing social distancing are the best ways to help! While people are stuck isolating at home, our program hosts filmed videos of themselves sharing fun at-home activities to uplift everyone's mood and bring some positive energy. A happy mind creates a happy soul. We can all do our part to put a stop to this ongoing crisis!

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Talentvision

Leisure Talk: Star Corner

04/06/2020

April 8 (Wednesday): Tang Siu Hau & Victor Tse

Leisure Talk: Star Corner

April 10 (Friday): Susur Lee

Leisure Talk: Star Corner

The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded

04/06/2020

While Canadians are struggling in the midst of the severe COVID-19 pandemic, the community is not hindered from showing the warmest care towards the vulnerable sectors. Co-produced by Fairchild TV and CCS, the Canadian Cancer Society Telethon successfully concluded last Saturday. Thanks to everyone’s overwhelming generosity, the event raised a total of $340,526 for cancer treatment enhancement and technology research. With this additional funding, CCS can provide more comprehensive support services for patients and their families. Program hosts William Ho and Suiki Zhang interviewed last year’s Camp Good Times participants and revealed details of the rehabilitation process for junior cancer survivors. In addition, medical professionals also updated the public on cancer prevention measures while CCS volunteers shared touching recovery journeys they went through with cancer survivors. As a cherry on top, viewers were educated on little interesting cancer prevention tips throughout the night.

The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded
 
The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded
The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded
 
The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded
The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded
 
The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Successfully Concluded

Although the fundraising day has come to an end, the online donation platform is still open to the public. During the COVID-19 outbreak, everyone is playing their part to fight off this war but it might be easier said than done for cancer patients. Their compromised immune systems put them at a greater risk of more serious outcomes. On top of that, their rehabilitation process might be jeopardized as many treatments are affected. The current unprecedented stress and uncertainty add to the burden. Therefore, the Canadian Cancer Society has established a COVID-19 Cancer Emergency Fund to offer assistance and care for cancer patients and their families. This can be a ray of light for them to ease their anxiety during this helpless time of isolation. Please continue to support the Canadian Cancer Society by donating online at www.cancer.ca/asiangiving. Together, we will combat this disease and create a cancer-free future!

Join Us at Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Tomorrow

04/02/2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting our nation with full force, countless cancer treatments are affected and the patients’ rehabilitation process jeopardized. To tackle this serious issue, the Canadian Cancer Society is providing remote assistance to relieve stress from patients and their families. At the same time, the organization is in desperate need for donations from kind-hearted people who can lend a helping hand to those who are vulnerable during this unfortunate time in order to look forward to a long lasting bright future. Co-produced by Fairchild TV and CCS, the Canadian Cancer Society Telethon will be held tomorrow (April 4th) at 8:00pm. We encourage everyone to show their support! The online donation platform is now officially open. Please click onto www.cancer.ca/asiangiving and make a difference!

Join Us at Canadian Cancer Society Telethon Tomorrow

Leisure Talk celebrity interviews
Full episode archive available online

04/01/2020

Leisure Talk celebrity interviews
Full episode archive available online

The Program Archive section of FTV official website offers fans the opportunity to review a variety of locally produced programs online. Celebrity interviews on Leisure Talk and City Chat are typically available one week after the broadcast dates, allowing people from all over the world to enjoy the full episode archive online wherever and whenever they want. You may now take pleasure in watching episodes on Ong Yi Hing, Chapman To, Angela Pang, Jeannie Chan, Supper Moment, John Y, Jocelyn Chan, Anita Chui and Vivian Lai online. Please stay tuned for more fantastic interviews on this site!

Leisure Talk celebrity interviews
Full episode archive available online

The Canadian Cancer Society Telethon

03/31/2020

As the world continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, Canadians are facing an unprecedented challenge. While we are putting our best foot forward to combat the pandemic, patients with chronic disease are at the same time struggling between life and death. The extremely high risk these vulnerable individuals are confronting right now is imponderable. All thanks to the Chinese community’s tremendous contributions, the Canadian Cancer Society is able to fund for cancer research, advocate on important cancer-related issues and empower people to make healthier choices. Donations are now accepted online. Let’s get through the hurdles together! To find out more, please click on www.cancer.ca/asiangiving. Co-produced by Fairchild TV and CCS, the Canadian Cancer Society Telethon will be held this Saturday (April 4th) at 8:00pm. Hope everyone can support this campaign, push through this difficult time and bring hope to numerous cancer patients and their families.

Stay-at-Home Tips

03/30/2020

Stay-at-Home Tips

For the past two weeks, many people have resorted to practicing social distancing by staying put at home. During this period of isolation, people have taken on new hobbies, many turning into cooking experts, gym fanatics, dancing queens, singing prodigies and internet sensations. Why not show off your newly mastered skills to help others to release stress? Upload your creative ideas to stayhometips@fairchildtv.com now! These novel tips will be viewed and marvelled by audience of What's On and Asian Magazine across Canada and internet surfers worldwide. A happy mind creates a healthy soul. Come share comradeship and inject positivity to the community!

Stay Home Tips from Fairchild TV Program Hosts

Stay Home Tips from Talentvision

COVID-19 Counselling Support Services

03/26/2020

COVID-19 Counselling Support Services

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about emotional distress, panic and worries to the vast majority of Canadians. Apart from tackling the drastic impact on our daily lives, some people are facing unemployment and significant financial burden. These negative emotions not only affect their mental health but also the relationships with their loved ones. In light of this, many local institutions have launched relevant counselling services to those in need and help them fight through this hard time.

Counselling Support Services:

  1. Chinese Christian Mission of Canada Melissa Tsang mtsang@ccmcanada.org/ Dr. Thomas Tam 604-808-6812 or ttam@ccmcanada.org 
  2. S.U.C.C.E.S.S. (Cantonese) 604-270-8233/ (Mandarin) 604-270-8222 
  3. Chimo Community Services 604-279-7070
  4. The Calgary Chinese Elderly Citizens' Association 403-618-6991
  5. UBC Faculty of Medicine - Chinese COVID-19 Resources
  6. Crisis Services Canada 1-833-456-4566
  7. The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433)
  8. Crisis Line Association of BC 1-800-784-2433/ 310-6789 (no need to dial area code)
  9. VictimlinkBC 604-875-0885/ VictimLinkBC@bc211.ca
  10. Options Community Services Society 604-951-8855/ 1-877-820-7444
  11. Canadian Cancer Society 1-888-939-3333
  12. Vancouver Island Crisis Society 1‑888-494-3888
  13. Island Health 1-888-494-3888
  14. Interior Crisis Line Network 1-888-353-CARE (2273) 

COVID-19 Relief

03/25/2020

COVID-19 Relief

The rising numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada are extremely concerning to the public. Countless healthcare professionals are fighting this war and providing patients with the best possible care. Many local medical institutions have established emergency relief funding programs to help frontline healthcare workers acquire protective gear and purchase ventilators in hopes to relief pain and save the lives of those who are infected. Other than donations, organizations are pleading with everyone to stay at home and practice social or physical distancing in order to flatten the curve of infection rate while alleviating the burden from our local medical specialists.

Emergency Relief Fund Details:
Vancouver General Hospital & UBC Hospital Foundation 
St. Paul’s Foundation 
Richmond Hospital Foundation
BC Women’s Health Foundation 
BC Children's Hospital Foundation
Lions Gate Hospital Foundation 
Burnaby Hospital Foundation 
Surrey Hospital Foundation 
The Salvation Army in Canada
Food Banks Canada
Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation
Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation

$500,000 Raised Nationally by Fairchild Group for COVID-19 Relief

03/03/2020

With a long tradition of spearheading fundraising efforts and supporting community events, Fairchild Group raised a total of $400,000 nationally during the Better Together fundraising initiative on February 22 through the donations hotline, online and on site contributions.

$500,000 Raised Nationally by Fairchild Group for COVID-19 Relief

The spirit of philanthropy continued to flourish with non-stop donations online, cheques drop-offs at Fairchild Television and Fairchild Radio the past week. In addition, various Fairchild retail operations including Saint Germain Bakery, Chef Hung Taiwanese Beef Noodle, Oomomo Japanese Living, and J.sweets generously donated part of their sales revenues to the pool. Today, Fairchild Group is delighted to announce its effort to top up the total amount to a phenomenal $500,000 to benefit more people impacted by COVID-19. The amount from this nation-wide event organized by Fairchild Group in collaboration with Canadian Red Cross will be used to fund the purchase of protective equipment and medical supplies to contain the outbreak, treat patients, and protect frontline workers.

$500,000 Raised Nationally by Fairchild Group for COVID-19 Relief

On the February 22 Better Together Fundraising Day, numerous celebrities, renowned artistes from Asia and local community leaders all came together to show their support and encouragements. Apart from rotating their appeals on air, Fairchild Television, Talentvision and Fairchild Radio invited medical specialists to Public Forum on AM1470 and the Health Talk at Aberdeen Centre to examine symptoms of COVID-19 and provide precautionary tips on the contagious disease while compassionate mall visitors translated their generosity into action and made a donation at the Canadian Red Cross Fairchild Group Better Together booth. Meanwhile, the 1-min health tips were aired hourly on Fairchild Radio in Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary to educate listeners on how to equip themselves with skills to combat the epidemic.

$500,000 Raised Nationally by Fairchild Group for COVID-19 Relief
$500,000 Raised Nationally by Fairchild Group for COVID-19 Relief
$500,000 Raised Nationally by Fairchild Group for COVID-19 Relief

Better Together, an inspirational song written by Fairchild Radio Toronto DJ Ting Pong Chan, shows the comradeship among those who would lend a helping hand. Performed by DJ’s and program hosts from Toronto, Vancouver and Calgary, the 2 versions of the song and MV’s are now featured on the official websites and various social media platforms of Fairchild Television and Fairchild Radio. 

CanWest Version

CanEast Version

Fairchild Group would like to express our appreciation for the support from the public. We are honoured to take the lead in calling upon our community to give to such a worthy cause. The $500,000 raised will go a long way in helping those affected by the outbreak. Every one of you is truly instrumental in making the campaign an exceptional success.

Jennifer Packet and Tingting Niu Mentor for the Youth Leadership Program

02/25/2020

For over two decades, Fairchild TV has shown immense support towards the BC Children’s Hospital. Apart from the “Chinese Miracle Weekend Telethon” collaboration, Fairchild TV was invited to host the very first seminar for the inaugural Youth Leadership Program of the Young Ambassadors Program at BCCH with a focus to teach the next generation on the importance of active participation in community events. As the largest Chinese media conglomerate outside of Asia, Fairchild Media Group shared how we embrace the business aspect together with involvements in charitable works.

Jennifer Packet and Tingting Niu Mentor for the Youth Leadership Program

The Young Ambassadors Program at BC Children’s Hospital Foundation was established in 2010 with the goal of “youth inspiring youth to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.” To commemorate its 10th anniversary, the Youth Leadership Program was created to educate Generation Z on taking initiatives, caring for others, and being compassionate. Fairchild TV is honoured to be the first partner of the Youth Leadership Program.

Jennifer Packet and Tingting Niu Mentor for the Youth Leadership Program

Given their previous experience at Miss Chinese Vancouver Pageant and the subsequent extraordinary life journey, 2019 Champion Jennifer Packet and Talentvision host Tingting Niu provided insights from their own paths to prep these young attendees for what to expect in the future. Of Belgian and Chinese descent, Jennifer, the former business intern in various Asian countries, encouraged program members to venture out to the world and widen their horizons.

Jennifer Packet and Tingting Niu Mentor for the Youth Leadership Program

TV host and social media influencer Tingting expressed how she balanced between virtual life and real life as well as to utilize social media platforms for advertising. To liven up the atmosphere, the eloquent Tingting led a role play activity to simulate an interview scenario. She taught the selected representative the tactics in conducting a successful show and special events as an MC.

Jennifer Packet and Tingting Niu Mentor for the Youth Leadership Program

First time mentors, Jennifer and Tingting were grateful for the opportunity to motivate the young generation by liberating their kind heartedness and potentials to support less fortunate people in their community. They both hope to set good examples for their younger peers to pass on positivity to the society at large.

Jennifer Packet and Tingting Niu Mentor for the Youth Leadership Program

Fairchild TV and Talentvision Collaboration with Cogeco in Providing Free Preview to Canadians at the Canadian Forces Base Trenton

02/13/2020

Fairchild TV and Talentvision Collaboration with Cogeco in Providing Free Preview to Canadians at the Canadian Forces Base Trenton

Fairchild TV and Talentvision in collaboration with the telecommunications and media company Cogeco are providing free preview to Canadians who are currently in quarantine at the Canadian Forces Base Trenton. This service is available in every single room at the Yukon Lodge, accessible by those who just returned from Wuhan. They are now able to watch the latest news from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, plus at the same time enjoying a great variety of entertainment and information programs.

MCVP 2018 Alice Lin at the Taiwan Lantern Festival

02/10/2020

Miss Chinese Vancouver 2018 Alice Lin was invited by the Asian Canadian Special Events Association to attend the 2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival as a goodwill ambassador to promote multiculturalism. Rated as one of the “Fantastic Festivals of the World” by the Discovery Channel, the Taiwan Lantern Festival is the most important and internationally acclaimed lantern festival in Taiwan. Many tourists worldwide travel there to witness this spectacular display and capture a snapshot for memory.

MCVP 2018 Alice Lin at the Taiwan Lantern Festival
 
MCVP 2018 Alice Lin at the Taiwan Lantern Festival

As the Taiwan Lantern Festival reaches its 31st anniversary, 6 Canadian Aboriginal totem pole lanterns are incorporated into the festival for the very first time, furnishing it with a refreshing new element. These lanterns were inspired by local Aboriginals’ totem poles to present the essence of tribal myths while highlighting unique traditional lantern designs. This intriguing collaboration has brought the attendees into a new cultural journey.

MCVP 2018 Alice Lin at the Taiwan Lantern Festival

Unlike previous times returning to her homeland, Alice is visiting home with her Miss Chinese Vancouver title and taking the opportunity to share the beauties of Canadian Aboriginal arts. Being able to help create binding relationships between the two places made her feel extremely content. Alice was also very thankful for the quality time spent with her family during the Festival.

Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat

01/27/2020

On the first day of the New Year, Fairchild Television welcomed the Year of the Rat with an impressive lion dance which brought much festive ambience to Aberdeen Centre.

Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat
 
Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat

A lively and energetic lion first greeted Fairchild TV staff at the front door and performed the ‘picking the green’ ceremony before proceeding to dance at every corner in the company to bring good luck to all employees and anticipate a prosperous new year!

Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat
 
Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat
Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat
 
Fairchild Television Celebrates the Year of the Rat

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

01/25/2020

To welcome the Year of the Rat, Fairchild TV is presenting the city’s largest Chinese New Year Countdown Show at Aberdeen Centre. After enjoying their reunion dinner feast, crowds of Vancouverites filled the venue, anxiously waiting for the Year of the Rat to arrive! MC’s Mary Lo, Mandy Chan, and Tingting Niu first wished everyone a happy Chinese New Year followed by an introduction of the amazing program lined up for the evening.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

The much-anticipated event was unveiled by a spectacular lion dance, blessing the audience with a celebratory atmosphere. Elevating this already uplifting vibe, a group of cute and bubbly kids cheered the crowd with a fast-paced dance.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

Seven Miss Chinese Vancouver Pageant 2019 participants made an eye catching entrance in red outfits, ready to dance the night away!

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

To demonstrate their individual talents, each beauty put their best foot forward. The traditional Chinese fan piece from MCVP 2019 Jennifer Packet instantly received an overwhelming round of applause from the audience.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

1st Runner-up Winnie Zheng and 2nd Runner-up Danni Jia partnered in the “Invincible East” costumes with a dance number that incorporated elements from both classical Chinese dance and Kung fu. In addition, Winnie sent her best wishes to all the guests with an artistic Chinese calligraphy creation.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

In continuation, Victoria Yao graced the stage with her enchanting dunhuang dance. Her colourful sleeves flowed through the air like falling leaves, mesmerising the crowd. Candice Zhang, Xin Wen and Andrea Wong wrapped up this segment with a powerful singing rendition of Super Star.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

Adding on to the festive spirits, Chinese metaphysics master, Anna Mak, revealed the zodiac fortunes of the Year of the Rat.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

Bringing the festivities off stage, Steven Yang checked out the Lunar New Year Market while handing out lucky red pockets to mall visitors. The festivity would not be complete without exciting games, prizes, and red pocket money. Among those who were invited to participate in a series of the fun-filled games, lucky individuals were able to take home wonderful prizes.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

As the celebration continued on, the clock was ticking and the entire crowd counting down, everybody waved the Year of the Pig goodbye. Fairchild TV would also like to wish you a year of prosperity and laughter.

CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020
CNY Aberdeen Countdown Show 2020

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

01/22/2020

The highly-anticipated Chinese New Year celebration dinner for Fairchild Group took place with participation from members of the whole Fairchild family. Dinner of the Year was kicked off by Chairman and CEO of Fairchild Group Mr. Thomas Fung leading the senior management team with a toast to all employees, wishing for a prosperous Year of the Rat.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

In addition to the sumptuous dinner, the entire crowd was immersed in the mesmerizing New Year performances. Singing through the evolution of music in Hong Kong, the re-creation of the popular TVB variety show Cantopop at 50 by the TV team instantly transported the audience back to the good old days in a time capsule. A senior producer kick started the show with a 1950’s fun and sweet number Seven Lonely Days and its Mandarin cover version Give Me a Kiss. Her hilarious delivery energized the atmosphere while hyping up the crowd!

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

As the 1950’s and 60’s eras had passed, the 70’s was marked by the rise of Cantonese songs which continued to flourish until the 2000’s. The News Director together with news anchors walked down the memory lane with the golden classics To Live in the Moment followed by Strolling Down the Path of Life and Beauty for Life. A programming staff, also Fairchild TV’s King of Karaoke, mesmerized the audience with the all time favourite Love Of The Past, flooding the audience with memories and generating a huge sing-along.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

Moving into the millennium, K-pop has become a real international phenomenon up until now. To bring in the upmost trend, a promotion staff joined hands with 2017, 2018, and 2019 Miss Chinese Vancouver Tingting Niu, Rachel He and Danni Jia to present a new and improved version of the iconic K-pop number, Nobody by the Wonder Girls. Wrapping up this decade-crossing journey, all the performers collaboratively sang the warm and melodic Embrace Love from Come Home Love.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

Gifted with linguistic intelligence, Miss Chinese Vancouver 2019 Jennifer Packet partnered with news anchor Clement Tang to introduce her pageant sisters’ wonderfully choreographed performances in celebration of the New Year.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

1st Runner-up Winnie Zheng and 2nd Runner-up Danni Jia graced the stage in their “Invincible East” costumes with a dance number that incorporated elements from both classical Chinese dance and Kung fu. In addition, Winnie sent her best wishes to all of the guests with an artistic Chinese calligraphy piece, earning a round of applause in no time.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

The 3 MCVP winners wished everyone a prosperous early Chinese New Year.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

The segment most people were eagerly looking forward to in this fun-filled evening was definitely the lucky draw.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
 
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

This included a big cash prize drawn by the CEO of Fairchild Group Mr. Thomas Fung. With a huge variety of prizes to be won, everyone participated in the raffle draw enthusiastically and took home amazing prizes with endless joy.

Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner
Fairchild Group Chinese New Year Annual Dinner

Fairchild Group Annual Dinner highlights are now available to watch online!

LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest

01/20/2020

Joining other government officials, MCVP 2019 Jennifer Packet was one of the guests of honor officiating the Lighting Ceremony of Coastal Lunar Lanterns and art exhibition at LunarFest, at the same time bringing greeting on behalf of the Chinese community. Of Belgian and Chinese descent, Jennifer can speak fluent Mandarin and Cantonese. The working opportunity both Hong Kong and Shanghai expanded her horizons too. Jennifer exemplifies the beauty of multiculturalism and her life experience echoes the LunarFest’s theme: Canadian of all cultural backgrounds can celebrate Chinese New Year together.

LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest

The Coastal Lunar Lanterns are made similar to Taiwan’s traditional lanterns. The incorporations of totem designs bring about acceptance to the Indigenous community. By coming together and exploring creative avenues of expression, the city is articulating our diversity to the world. The Coastal Lunar Lanterns have received the blessing from the Tourism Vancouver and Indigenous Tourism BC to participate in the 2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival. This will be the first time a North American country is participating in expressing the cultures of Chinese New Year.

LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
 
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest

Other than the outdoor exhibition, LunarFest also has an art exhibition The Castle and the Lifestyles on display. The Taiwanese designer built the paper castles based on pop-up books which give life to the different sceneries and architecture.

LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
 
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest
 
LunarFest Invites Jennifer Packet as a Special Guest

LunarFest elevates the essence of Chinese New Year and the Lantern Festival to an international platform which attracts more people to come and snap some shots while allowing local communities to learn more about the Chinese culture. The LunarFest Festivities will be ongoing until February 10th. To find out more information, please browse on lunarfest.org.