• Ring in the Year of the Pig at Ayala Center Cebu

      The Chinese New Year is a time to mark new beginnings and wish friends and family a fruitful year ahead. Traditionally, the celebration is also a time to ward off evil spirits through loud noise and to welcome good luck through dance and symbolism.

      Celebrate the Lunar New Year with loved ones and awaken amazing wealth and prosperity at the region’s premier lifestyle destination.

      Drumbeats and Dragons on February 5
      Marvel at the colorful sights and beating drums with the Chinese Dragon Dance around the mall on Tuesday, February 5 during mall hours. This important Chinese New Year practice has been performed for almost 2000 years to bring good luck and prosperity.

      Chinese Cultural Performance on February 5
      Bring in success and good fortune with an evening of traditional Chinese dance and music featuring a traditional performance on Chinese practice and culture along with a LED Lion Dance show on Tuesday, February 5, 6 p.m. at the Activity Center.

      Bazi Destiny Reading on February 9 and 10
      Get a head start on the year ahead and improve your luck with the help of Bazi and Feng Shui expert, Master Judith Eugenio on Saturday and Sunday, February 9 and 10 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at The Gallery. Bazi Reading helps understand one’s personality, strengths and weaknesses, and guides one in making future decisions and creating a happy life.

      To get a pass good for one person, present a minimum P1000 single receipt from any mall merchants at the concierge from February 5 to 10, 2019. Kiddo members and their dependents can present a minimum P500 single receipt and their Kiddo card to get a pass. There are 25 slots available per day, and first come, first serve basis. Passes are available from February 5 to 10, 2019, or until the last pass has been redeemed.

      Welcome the New Year and usher in success and good fortune with tradition, vibrant music and dance. For more information, contact 888-3808 or 888-3790. For updates, like Ayala Center Cebu at www.Facebook.com/AyalaCebu and follow @AyalaCenterCebu on Twitter and Instagram.
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