How do you celebrate your Chinese New Year? Well, yes. Even if you’re not a Chinese, you can still celebrate this event. Many Filipinos have been celebrating this event with the Chinese community. You can attend Chinese New Year celebration at Binondo, Manila or you can just buy the famous “tikoy” to eat with your family at your own house. Or… why don’t you try to take a ride to Shangri-La Plaza to experience this year’s 11th Spring Film Festival.
11th Spring Film Festival aims to celebrate modern Chinese culture that will surely bring joy and entertainment to your family. It will feature six carefully selected films namely; Wolf Totem, directed by Jean Jacques Annaud; Red Amnesia by Wang Xiaoshuai; A Complicated Story directed by Kiwi Chow; Book of Love by Xue Xiaolu; Horseplay by Chi-Ngai Lee, and last but not the least Everybody’s Fine directed by Meng Zhang.
Please take note that the screening of this films is free.Yes! No fees or no charges to be paid but you need to be there on line 30 minutes before the screening time so you can get your tickets. One admission ticket per person.
Aside from this films, there will also be other events scheduled to take place at Shangri-La Plaza including Chinese Pastel Painting Workshop, Chinese Music Concert and Chinese Painting Exhibit. This events will surely delight the Filipino-Chinese Community.
Below is their respective schedules:
Chinese Painting Exhibit – January 25-31
Chinese Music Concert- January 28
Chinese Pastel Painting Workshop- January 29
So… what are you waiting for? Come and celebrate your Chinese New Year with this year’s Spring Film Festival. Bring your friends, loved ones and family with you and take a ride to Shangri-La Plaza. Many things await you.