Located in the thriving district of Shenhe, Rosedale Shenyang’s Times Plaza Hotel is only a forty minute drive from the Shenyang Taoxian International Airport and within walking distance of fantastic shopping areas as well as highly known businesses. As one of the most accommodating hotels in the largest industrial city of northeastern China, the Times Plaza Hotel staff is always available to assist guests with any business or leisure activity.
With a broad selection of fitness programs available, finding a workout regime or other pass time is not a problem. Ranging from free weights to billiards to squash courts , Times Plaza Shenyang has many activities for guests to enjoy. Along with daily bustle, guests have access to multi-lingual staff and access to services such as car rental in order to meet each person’s individual requirements.
In celebration of the season’s festivities, until end of September, Rosedale Times Plaza Hotel is offering their Superior Room for only RMB398 per room per night. Relax in luxury with daily maid service and also receive RMB108 worth of beautiful, fitted moon cake boxes. During the same time, guests can stay with Times Plaza Hotel for 498 RMB and get 268 RMB worth of elegant moon cake boxes.
Festivals are a big part of every culture and tradition around the world. They’re events that celebrate something unique or important in a certain area. They’re events that highlight various things, people, patron saints, seasonal changes, significant occasions in history or even hobbies! Think wine festival, rock festival, storytelling festival or even beer festival!
Who doesn’t like attending festivals? Truth be told, there are a lot of people who even travel far and wide just to attend festivals in other areas because they know that festivals spell fun, merrymaking, music, dancing, food…and more food!
And what better way to “crash” a festival than by bringing with you a special hand-sculpted gift arrangement from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong? Think of the freshest, premium grade quality fruits designed to look like garden fresh flowers! Think pineapples made to look like daisies accompanied by chocolate dipped strawberries, grapes on a stick, cantaloupes and honeydews – all arranged oh-so-beautifully that you may need to wonder over and over again how such a delectable looking arrangement can be edible!
Forget traditional hampers – who wants them when you can have a delicious (and healthy!) edible arrangement that you can either have to yourself or share with your friends? Besides, traditional hampers are usually composed of a mix and match of stuff that most of the time do not get used right away. Or worse, the stuff may even end up getting recycled as “gifts” to others!
Thankfully, that will never happen with your treats from Edible Arrangements Hong Kong. Not only are these creations designed to whet your appetite (and be a visual feast, really) but all arrangements are designed to satisfy you, your loved ones, your friends or your colleagues down to the last bite! Order your treat today and be the star of every festival!
Lamma Dragon Boat Race, The toughest race on the calendar 40 Men’s, Women’s and Mixed teams compete over the full international 500-metre length course in the “Lamma 500” held at the scenic Tai Wan To Beach, Lamma Island, Hong Kong.
Come join families and sports fanatics alike at Hong Kong’s Lama 500 dragon boat race this Sunday, May 10th at Tai Wan To Beach. Free beach party and music following the race and awards ceremony. Drinks and food will be provided. http://www.lammadragonboat.com/
The NOTCH 2008 Festival fuses cutting edge Nordic audiovisual culture with China’s emerging local scene, pushing the audience to rethink their contemporary and future role via the theme of “contemporizing the future”. Hong Kong joins the Notch tour for the first time this year. Organized by White Noise Records, Hong Kong China. http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?id=5614
A lesbian play in Hong Kong? Yes! Hong Kong’s newest theater company, is presenting the famous drama by Frank Marcus: ‘The Killing of Sister George’.
The www.SO-U.TV’s team meet up with the cast and they gave us a little preview. The play will be shown at the Hong Kong Fringe Club from February 27th to March 1st, 2008. Tickets are available from the Fringe Club or HK Ticketing.
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