Blessings from the Prosperous Lions
Today is the 7th day of Chinese New Year; also known as “birthday” of all human beings.
We celebrated this auspicious day at Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur to catch the blessings of the prosperous lions for the year of the Rooster.
God of Prosperity presented to us Big Sweep Jackpot tickets so yeah, may we strike millions
The highlight of the celebration is the Lion Dance performance. There were 4 Lions..
Urm… I mean real lions not Ayden! Wrong picture
This is more like it. One of the four lions.
A Chinese New Year celebration is never complete without the lighting of firecrackers and here at Eastin Hotel Kuala Lumpur, they lit up 6 line of firecrackers simultaneously to scare away and ward off evil spirits in addition to bring in good fortunes.
The lions made their way through the various locations of the hotel including F&B outlets, Executives offices and other areas bestowing wishes of good fortune and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster.
A hungry lion at Swez Brasserie. LoL!
Lou sang for a prosperous year ahead.
May the Year of the Rooster be a better year for us all.
Here’s the video of today’s celebration:
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Your photos are so vibrant and colourful with Ayden smiling happily.
I like that creative yee sang which looks like a landscaped garden. Nice hor.
Wahhhhhhh!!!! So very blessed lah you this year! LOL!!! I love Ayden’s golden Chinese outfit, very nice…match the eyes too. Hehehehehe!!!!
Ayden looks so smart standing next to the red lion. Ayden is also so cute standing on one of the lion performance poles. Gong Xi Fa Cai and Lots of good health, prosperity and happiness to you and your family!
I love lion dance performance, especially those acrobatic one, I’ll scream like a kid when the lion does the “kan jiong” stunts LOL