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Chinese New Year Celebration At Lucky China Town

There was a time when I celebrated Chinese New Year's eve with my co workers regularly. It has been 3 years and I have missed out on all the fun, food and laughter with them.

I still remember 2015 when we had a pretty tight schedule and we had to collaborate with Manila city hall,

In 2016  I celebrated New Year in China, and finally in 2017 I decided to meet up with my friends to celebrate the Chinese New Year's eve together again!

This Chinese New Year is all about the Fire Rooster. The lucky colors for this year are Gold, Brown and Red.

This is the bridge link in Lucky Chinatown Mall. If you can see, the few people who are cruising around the mall walk to do the eight rituals for good luck. And because its a Friday, people rushed to the mall after work to do the Eight rituals for good luck. I tried it out myself, sadly, I only captured two out of eight rituals for good luck this year. But hey, I got charm bracelets! hahaha

This spot is one of the eight rituals that Lucky Chinatown Mall offers to the public. And of course, I am wearing red because its the lucky color of the Chinese New Year  Fire Rooster.

Another one of the eight spot to complete your good luck ritual is wishing through a coin and throwing it out in the prosperity tree.

This shot was taken around 5 p.m. and as you can see, the crowd is getting bigger and bigger.

Preparations for the Lucky Chinatown's walk program around 6 p.m.

Photo taken inside the mall atrium with Mr. Yule Siervo painting the traditional eye of the dragon, which signifies the start of the lion and dragon dance during this holiday.

These are the food bazaar all throughout the sidewalk between City Place, and Lucky Chinatown Mall. The food varies from different cuisines and finger foods. All are affordable and delicious.

The Lucky Chinatown walk was hosted by Ms. Gretchen Pulido. 

These girls joined X factor. They are called "The Fourth Power"

Oh hello fans!!

Mr. Ely Buendia and his band rocks the countdown!!

Fans go wild when Ely Buendia sang Ligaya

The midnight countdown ends with a barrage of fireworks display to shoo away all evil spirits and badluck that you may come across this Chinese New Year - Year of the Fire Rooster ( not Chicken or Sarimanok!)

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