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Author: Hong De Administrator Created: Tuesday, 20 May 2008 10:58 PM
News on Hong De Lion Dance activities.

Crown Palladium BallroomOn Thursday night, we were involved in a corporate performance at the Palladium Ballroom at the Crown Casino complex. It was our first time working with Event Theatre Australia and with the help of choreography, good use of the room layout, lighting and visual effects, the whole performance looked stunning. We started off with three drummers on stage performing a short synchronised routine. They were then joined by 4 cymbalists coming in from the ballroom. Four lions then burst into the ballroom and joined the musicians on stage. Unfortunately we were unable to take any good photos of the event. We would like to thank Elissa for the help in choreography and staging, and we look forward to working with Event Theatre Australia again!

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Lionfest2010 - Hong De lions performing in Market CityTen members from Hong De Lion Dance travelled up to Sydney last weekend to participate in our second Lionfest event in Market City. We were delighted to participate in this huge event which had a total of 8 lion dance and 6 martial arts teams performing from 11am until 5:30pm. It was great that we got to perform in front of our peers and also we got a chance to watch them perform. The highlights of the day were the jong performances by Chinese Youth League and Jin Wu Koon, lion dance performance by the Junior CYL group, dragon dance performance by Australian Yau Kung Mun and two smashing performances by the Hapkido College of Australia and Australian Martial Arts and Fitness Academy. Thank you to the president of CYL, Patricia Quah and Lionfest organiser, Simon Wong for inviting us to participate again this year. We are already starting to plan for next year's performance!!
Link to our performance.

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Geely representatives from China at DSIHong De Lions travelled to DSI Holdings, Albury, NSW last weekend to welcome Chinese executives from the Geely Group. Geely is one of the top ten car manufacturers from China and they have just recently acquired an auto-transmission plant in Albury. Our lions opened the Family Day Carnival with a performance for the executives and ended the day with a performance followed by fireworks for all the family members of staff who attended the Carnival. We would like to thank Gai from DSI who booked us and also Dinh from HD Fireworks who co-ordinated all the pyrotechnics for both performances.

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RACV ClubHong De Lion performed at the Brokensha Memorial Dinner at the RACV Club last week. This annual fund-raising event raises money for charity, organised by RACV. Thank you to Pina for organising the event!

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Broadmeadows Shopping CentreHong De Lion was at the Broadmeadows Shopping Centre on the weekend for the Global Food and Dance Festival. Our lion dance was the first of many multicultural dances for the day, watched by many curious shoppers.

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We were invited to perform at a Harmony Day Cultural Dance event on the weekend in Footscray Mall.  We enjoyed a lovely lunch at a Vietnamese restaurant nearby before performing in front of a small crowd. By the time we were finished with our performance, the crowd had doubled and we drew the most crowd that day. The event was organised by the Western Young People's Independent Network. A Thank You letter from WYPIN has been posted on our Testimonial page.

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Victoria HarbourWe were proud to be invited to performed at the Dragon Boat Regatta on the weekend. Our lions performed in front of invited guests and participants in the Regatta. The event took place at Victoria Harbour, Docklands on Sunday 21st March.  Thank you to Jenny and Jonathan Mayne from Dragon Boat Victoria for purchasing our auction item at the Chinese New Year Charity Ball.
A 'Thank You' letter from DBV can be found on our Testimonials page.

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Moonee Ponds CentralHong De Lions were at Moonee Ponds Central on the weekend to celebrate the second anniversary of the shopping centre. Our lions roved through the three shopping malls and surprised shoppers in the shopping centre. We would like to thank the Mirvac Corporation for booking us and Mr Danny Doon for referring us.

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Look! I'm just as tall as you!At the Kids ZoneAnother beautiful and sunny day in the All Nations Park in Northcote on Sunday 14th March. The Hong De Lion performed at the Darebin Kite Festival in a parade followed by a performance in the Kids Area. The lion joined the Red Brigade, performers from North Eastern Melbourne Chinese Association, China Dolls on stilts and African drummers in a parade around the park. There were lots of kites in the air that day with lots of family groups watching all the entertainment that day. A big thanks to Emily and Katelyn for organising the event.

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All the DTF's before the start of the paradeOn Labour Day, Hong De Lions joined forces with lions from Hung Gar Yau Shu Martial Arts and the Chinese Youth Society under the banner of  "The Australian Lion and Dragon Dance Federation" in the annual Moomba Day parade. Altogether, a total of 13 lions and a dragon formed part of the 'Melbourne is People' section of the parade. It was a good fun day for about 80 participants. Despite a weekend of hail and rain, Melbourne fined up on Monday morning just in time for the parade. Thousands of enthusiatic spectators lined both sides of Swanston Street from Little Bourke Street down to St Kilda Road and the event was televised live by Channel Seven.

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Khuan Yee and Hong De teams in Glen WaverleyThe Hong De Lions were proud to be part of the second Chinese New Year and Lantern Festival in Glen Waverley in 2010. This year, we performed with our brother team from Brisbane, Khuan Yee Lion Dance Association to a bigger crowd than last year! The Hong De Lions opened the day's event with a stage performance in front of the VIP's and sponsors. This was followed by a 'Jong' (stump) performance by Khuan Yee in the middle of Kingsway. Despite the threathening weather, we were able to perform as scheduled, watched by the VIP's and sponsors. During the day, there were a lot more lion dance performances by both teams in Century City Walk as well as in Kingsway. The day ended with a lantern parade at dusk, joined by the FCA Dragons and waist drummers.
 

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Orient Express TravelFMSA ArchitectsMelbourne AirportDuring the two weeks of Chinese New Year celebrations, Hong De Lions performed at a lot of private functions in restaurants and a church, business blessings and also at the Melbourne Airport. Our lion entertained International guests at Melbourne Airport over the three main days of Chinese New Year with 6am starts every day. We would like to thank all of the businesses for booking us over this period (listed in order of bookings): Target Centre Chinatown, MV Anderson, Melbourne International Airport, Orient Express Travel, Paramount Health and Beauty, FMSA Architects, Westpac Doncaster, Centre.com, CFMEU, Famous Pacific Shipping and Church of the Latter Day Saints. We hope you enjoyed our performances!

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Lalor LibraryOn Saturday 20th February, the Hong De Lion was performing shop blessings in May Road and Station Street, Lalor. We lit several strings of firecrackers that day, much to the amusement of locals shopping in the area. The Chinese New Year celebration was organised by the Whittlesea Chinese Association in conjunction with the Lalor Library. Our lion also performed at the Library and at the May Road Senior Citizens Centre as part of cultural entertainment organised by the WCA. A big thanks to Arthur Yong and Albert Yew for organising and advertising the event. See below for more photos from the day...

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Plume HighpointJade Stream, Hoppers Crossing with owners Lily and TonyOwner Ken Tun at Coco Chine, Caroline SpringsLikewise, we had just as many bookings if not more in the Western suburbs than the Eastern suburbs. Some are regular clients and some new clients. The Hong De Lions travelled as far as Geelong during the Chinese New Year period. We would like to thank the following restaurants for booking us this year: Jade Stream (Hoppers Crossing), China Tea (Hoppers Crossing), Plume (Highpoint), Coco Chine (Caroline Springs), Point Cook Town Centre and Coco Chine (Point Cook) and Man Bo Tower (Geelong). Again, several strings of firecrackers (some double) were lit at all our performances.

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China Bar Buffet, BurwoodGinger House, BrightonHong De Lions performed at many restaurants in the Eastern Suburbs during the Chinese New Year period. This year, we were able to finish all our bookings in the East very early so that we could concentrate on the other side of town. We would like to thank the following restaurants for their continual support of our team: Seven Stars (E Bentleigh), Fongs (E Bentleigh), China Bar Buffet (Burwood), Grand Pavilion (Hampton), Ginger House (Brighton) and Humble House (Brighton). We performed at some of these restaurants twice during Chinese New Year, lighting firecrackers at all of them!

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Brighton Grammar School with Headmaster Mr Michael UrwinDuring Chinese New Year the Hong De Lion visited many schools at various locations. As many schools have Mandarin Chinese as a second language, a lot of them celebrated Chinese New Year over the last two weeks. We were invited to perform at the following schools: Alphington Grammar School, Bumble Bee Schoolhouse (daycare centre), Brigthton Grammar School, Elsternwick Primary School and Balwyn North Primary School. Thank you to all the participating schools, we hope you have enjoyed our performances!

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