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CHRIST­MAS LIGHTS

Dou­bleTree by Hilton Shenyang in North­east China’s Liaon­ing prov­ince held a Christ­mas tree light­ing cer­e­mony and char­ity bazaar on Dec 1. All the char­ity bazaar rev­enue has been do­nated to the kids from a spe­cial school for men­tally chal­lenged stu­dents in Shenyang. The ho­tel said its Care Com­mit­tee will con­tinue work­ing on de­vel­op­ing and im­ple­ment­ing cre­ative ideas and in­no­va­tive ap­proaches to build a real, warm and car­ing en­vi­ron­ment in the com­mu­nity. Sher­a­ton Grand Wuhan Hankou Ho­tel in cen­tral China’s Hubei prov­ince held a Christ­mas tree light­ing cer­e­mony on Nov 30, mark­ing the start of its fes­ti­val sea­son pro­mo­tion. The ho­tel will of­fer Thai-style set meals and a themed din­ner on Dec 24 and 25 at its restau­rants, where singers par­tic­i­pat­ing in the Voice of China, a Chi­nese re­al­ity ta­lent TV show, will stage per­for­mances. Kun­tai Ho­tel Bei­jing hosted a Christ­mas tree light­ing cer­e­mony, in co­op­er­a­tion with the One Foun­da­tion and other part­ners, on Nov 30 to cel­e­brate its sev­enth an­niver­sary. Dur­ing the event, a char­ity auc­tion took place, with items for sale in­clud­ing a paint­ing cre­ated by chil­dren from Loves, a bilin­gual-lan­guage kinder­garten in Bei­jing. All the pro­ceeds will be used to sup­port the One Foun­da­tion’s char­ity pro­grams for chil­dren in poor moun­tain­ous re­gions. V-Con­ti­nent Bei­jing Parkview Wuzhou Ho­tel in Bei­jing will of­fer themed din­ners from Dec 22 to 24 to cel­e­brate this year’s Christ­mas. The of­fer­ings will in­clude a buf­fet feast that will present more than 200 cuisines from around the globe, priced at 688 yuan ($100) per per­son. Live band per­for­mances will also be on hand, adding an up­lift to the fes­ti­val at­mos­phere, ac­cord­ing to the ho­tel.

CULI­NARY DE­LIGHTS

Guo­man Ho­tel Shang­hai pre­sented the Malaysia Street Bazaar 2018, a food, cul­ture and tourism pro­mo­tion event, from Nov 15 to 18, demon­strat­ing authen­tic Malaysian cuisines, brands, hand­i­crafts and mul­ti­cul­tural per­for­mances, as well as desti­na­tion pack­ages. The Sichuan Food Cul­ture Tour 2018 was held in Nepal’s cap­i­tal Kath­mandu in late Novem­ber to pro­mote the cui­sine and cul­ture of the south­west­ern Chi­nese prov­ince among the Nepali peo­ple. Over a dozen Sichuan dishes were served in the food fi­esta pre­pared by mas­ter chefs with an orig­i­nal eth­nic flair.

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