Mid Autumn Art Fest 2008
EXPECT a colourful array of activities and events at the Chcras LeisureMaH in Kuala Lumpur from now until Sept 14 in conjunction with the Mid Autumn Art Festival.
The Creative Lantern-Making Contest is back with an interesting theme this year, based on the 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac.
Winners of the contest will receive a total of RM45,OOO worth of prizes and trophies, as well as cash prizes.
Be enthralled by the inspiring creations featured in the Creative Lantern Exhibition from now till Sept 19.
Tek Sheng Hing Ginseng is the main sponsor of the contest, along with co-sponsors Ogawa, The Baker's Cottage, Haewaytian, Tai Thong Restaurant, Johnson Fitness, Eu Yan Sang and Instant-Dict-Apple Tree supporting the event.
Also showcased in the exhibition is some of China's rare folk art. Displayed on the Ground Floor of the mall, the exhibition features Dough Figure Sculptures and Blown Candy Figurines, hand-moulded by skilful masters from China, as well as ink paintings and Tibetan jewelleries that are available for sale.
With a minimum purchase of RMIOO in a single receipt from any participating outlet, Cheras LeisureMall is giving away a Handcrafted Blown Candy for FREE! Mall patrons may redeem the special "blown" candy figurine at the Lower Ground Floor's Information Counter (available while stocks-last).
For mooncake lovers, a wide variety of mooncakes and delicacies will be on sale at the Lower Ground Concourse. The mooncakes come from The Baker's Cottage, Haewaytian, HYT, Yu Ai, Yong Sheng, Kam Lun Tai, Six Happiness, Tai Thong, Tong Wah, Dynasty Dragon and many others.
Chinese herbal fans can get essential medicinal herbs and supplements for family and friends from Eu Yan Sang.
For children who like to boogey, don't miss out on the exciting Children's Hip Hop Dance Contest, open to all Malaysians aged five to 12 years old. The contest is taking place at the Lower Ground Floor Concourse Stage on Sept 13 and 14, at 2pm.
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